Wike is a sick man! My Probe, A Fraudulent Witch-hunt – Amaechi

Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi has described the so-called probe of his administration by his successor Nyesom Wike, as a sham, a fraudulent witch-hunt meant to deceive the public.

Amaechi, in a statement issued in Port Harcourt yesterday described Wike as a sick man who is sickly fixated on rubbing him (Amaechi) with his (Wike’s) mud of corruption and then grabbing media headlines with his concocted bogus stories of the former governor’s alleged corrupt activities.

He also took a swipe at his former deputy, Engr. Tele Ikuru, over his claims that his administration under which Ikuru served as deputy governor was the most corrupt in the state.

Amaechi said“This so called Wike’s probe of Amaechi is dead on arrival. All the noise Wike is making is to grab media headlines with his lies of monumental corruption against Amaechi. It’s all drama made for the media.

 What is playing out is a script written and directed by Nyesom Wike. Wike should move to Nollywood where his devious skills would probably be useful.

“Even while inaugurating his yeoman commission of inquiry, Wike could not conceal his vendetta agenda. He was clear to the panel members that their job is to indict Amaechi.

“While it’s no longer in doubt what would be the report of Wike’s sham probe commission, what may shock Nigerians is the extent Wike has gone and is ready to go to manufacture stories of corrupt practices, and the kind of bogus tales of corruption against Amaechi that he would soon be feeding the nation.”

The former governor said he was aware that even the chairman of his inquiry commission was shocked, and protested when Wike gave him the litany of phony claims of corruption against him that the chairman would write in the panel’s report.

“But Wike had assured him not to worry that he had since been working towards arriving at that conclusion and he would provide the commission with all the (fake) evidence needed to arrive at that report,” the former governor added.


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