The $43million loot found in one of the rich condos in Osborne Towers, Ikoyi Lagos has a place with Rivers State, Governor Nyesom Wike insisted.
He pledged his administration will recoup the fund in spite of the tricks of the Federal Government.
Talking amid an extraordinary appearance on Channels Television Sunrise Program yesterday, Wike expressed a group of legal counselors was at that point attempting to guarantee Rivers gets back the plunder.
He kept up the loot was proceeded from the offer of the assets of the state.
The Governor stated: “We will take after the due procedure of the law to get back Rivers State cash found at the Ikoyi living residence.
“This cash has a place with the Rivers State individuals. We have led our checks.
“We will daze Nigeria with this matter. We will turn out with our confirmation at the proper time”.
Wike said Rivers won’t uncover its methodology to recuperate the state in light of the recreations being played by the All Progressive Congress-drove government.
He contended the central government has something to stow away passing by how much the revelation was politicized.
On improvements in the Niger Delta, the senator expressed that the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) is working experiencing some miscommunication with the area.
He blamed the organization for politicizing execution of activities, which are typically surrendered.
He included that the organization purposely declines to liaise with the states before undertakings are started.
On the PDP emergency, Wike communicated bolster for the Senator Ahmed Makarfi’s group, expressing he is anticipating the Supreme Court’s position on the issue.
The senator announced he will never work with Ali Modu Sheriff.
He stated: “It is especially improbable that I will work with Ali Modu Sheriff. It is impractical for me to remain with Sheriff.”You Need To Promote Your Music, Video, Products, or Any Promotional Biz, Feel Free To Contact CEO IJEBULOADED via +2348132090729 ( Call & Whatsapp) Or Mail us at Info@Ijebuloaded.com or Ijebuloadedng@gmail.com