Former Senator representing the Rivers South-East district in the National Assembly, Magnus Abe, has said the All Progressives Congress may have lost the needed steam to win any elections in 2023, following the recent gale of resignations from the party in the state.

Abe said he dumped the main opposition party in the state because there was no future in the party.

Abe in a statement issued by his spokesman, Parry Benson, said the future of Rivers State was more important to the people of the state than the pleasure of any individual.

In his recent awareness campaign tagged project Senator Magnus Abe-2023, the former senator said the main objective of the project was to bring Rivers people together to build an economically viable and prosperous state.

Abe stated that it was the Rivers people that would determine who would become the next Governor of the State and not the incumbent, Governor, Nyesom Wike.

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