Tuesday, 23 June 2015

'Wike not after former governor Amaechi'

Amaechi had accused Wike of embracing a fraudulent witch-hunt of his administration few days after the governor set up a judicial commission of inquiry to probe him. In this regards, Mr Henry Okah,Rivers State Commissioner for Housing,on Monday dismissed the claim by the former governor, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, that Governor Nyesom Wike was embarking on a witch-hunt and attempting to malign his (Amaechi) person.
But Okah maintained that there was nothing wrong or immoral for an administration that received and managed about N3tn on behalf of the people of Rivers State to explain some of its actions suspected to be fraudulent.

Okah explained that the simple thing Amaechi needed to do if invited by any commission of enquiry was to state his own side of the story and tender documents to buttress his case, adding that there was nothing to fear if his hands were clean.
The commissioner also said that certain things must be clarified by the Amaechi government, noting that the state could not close its eyes to some grave allegations of corruption against the Amaechi government.
credit: Chukwudi Akasike

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