It gets worse: Security aides attached to Amaechi may be withdrawn

by Rachel Ogbu Governor-Rotimi-Amaechi-of-Rivers-State-360x225

The political problems facing the Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi are far from over as new reports suggest his security aides might be withdrawn.

A top political source speaking to the Punch from Abuja said, “They have just withdrawn the security aides of the Speaker today (Thursday) and when he raised that alarm about the plan to do that, we thought it was not true.”

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“As I speak with you, there are plans to withdraw the security aides of the governor as well. That will be done soon.

“Those that will be affected include the policemen, soldiers and men of the State Security Service attached to the governor, who is also the Chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum.

“Unless those planning it have a change of heart, the withdrawal could take place as early as this weekend.” The details coming from Abuja claims that the Speaker of Rivers House of Assembly, Dan Amachree, had, in an open letter sent to President Goodluck Jonathan, said that the situation in Rivers State had reached a climax.

“The situation is exacerbated with the planned release from detention, of 18 notable robbery and kidnap kingpins currently in custody to carry out this planned mayhem on the government officials and innocent citizens and residents of the state,”  the Speaker reportedly said adding that the governor might as well be assassinated following a series of reported nocturnal meetings held in a neighbouring State and Abuja.

According to the Punch;

But when contacted, the Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, Mr. Frank Mba, said he did not have information on the matter. He said, “I have no such information. You may speak with the commissioner of police, Rivers.” Reacting to the allegation by the speaker against him, the State Police Command said no policeman had been withdrawn from either the State House of Assembly or the Rivers Government House. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mrs. Angela Agabe, maintained that security operatives in the House of Assembly and the State Government House were intact.

 

Comments (2)

  1. The national assembly should be blamed for this recklessness. Why should they leave this stupidity to continue? The Governor has now gotten seriously elevated.

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