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Published On: Thu, Aug 6th, 2015

How Amaechi Steals Over N70Billion in Two Weeks

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LAGOS AUGUST 6TH (URHOBOTODAY)-A group known as Hope For Nigeria has come out to stick claims on how the former Rivers state governor, Rotimi Amaechi looted the state treasury within a span of a week.
According to Hope for Nigeria, Amaechi transferred 21 billion naira to 3 Private companies with 25 Trans Amadi Layout, PH addresses between 1st to 8th Dec, 2014.

“The uncovering of the magnitude of the monumental looting by the former Rivers state governor, Chibuike Amaechi in the last months of his 8-year term is now making Abacha’s looting of Nigerian economy as a child’s play.
“Over the week APC leader show their appreciation to Amaechi whom they claimed contributed about 80% of Buhari and state Governors campaign funds totaling over N2trillion.
Now this is a very serious and sober one. I would not say much as it is before EFCC.
“There is a serious petition, supported by a sworn affidavit, to the fact that Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, the last governor of Rivers state, defrauded Rivers state to the tune of over N70billion. Date and timing of funds movement leave nothing to the imagination as to the purpose.
“Is it not coincidental that a state governor, last weekend, while attempting to eulogize Amaechi at a hurriedly put together celebration event, averred that Amaechi single handedly 80% of the resources deployed towards electioneering?Any wonder why salaries could not be paid and many obligations could not be met till Wike’s intervention?
“This would be a test of Buhari’s declaration during his visit to the US recently, that no Nigerian, no matter how highly placed, party affiliate or not, would be spared the necessary flack if accused of corruption,” the group stated.
The group therefore is calling for the probe of the former Governor of Rivers State.

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