Monday, January 11, 2016

Panel Of Inquiry Forced To Indicts Former Governor Amechi.



About one thousand members of the People Democratic Party in Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni LGA of Rivers State have defected to the All Progressives Congress. One of the most prominent defectors is Prof. Henry Ogboma. He was a member of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry set up by Governor Nyesom Wike, to probe the administration of the former Governor Rotimi Amaechi.

Prof. Ogboma made damning revelations, not just concerning the PDP as a party but also with regards to Governor Wike and his fake Panel of Inquiry.

According to Daily Post, he said: “When I was proposed as member of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry, I told them that I was not disposed to such an assignment, but after I appraised the nature of those who came to my house to persuade me to accept the job, their utterances and advice, I came to the conclusion that the assignment was not open for my election. So I took it.

“The private briefing was more shocking and worrisome to me. It was more like, ‘you guys must look for something, you must create something to indict Amaechi’.

“The Report was adjusted several times without success. At some point I felt pity for the Chairman. He was helpless. Please, I don’t want to say more about that Panel for now. All I can tell you is that the PDP is an assemblage of greedy elements, militants and touts who have no interest of the State at heart. The Governor and the PDP are desperate and wickedly mischievous. You need to be extremely careful to stay around them.”

In the same vein, seven members of the PDP in Ndele community in Emuoha local government and about fifty others in Elelenwo community in Obio Akpor local government also defected to the APC.

Receiving the defectors at the different venues, the running mate of the Governorship candidate of APC, Asita Asita encouraged the people to work for the party and development of the state. Asita expressed hope that Rivers people would have elections where voters would exercise their fundamental rights.

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