APC Accuse Gov. Wike Of Spending Over N12O Billion In 100 Days

Chief Nyesom Wike
Chief Nyesom Wike
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has been accused by the state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), of allegedly wasting over N120 billion of state money in his first 100 days in office.

This was contained in a statement made on Monday by the party Chairman named Davies Ikanya. He reiterated that Wike has been misleading the general public with a high level of propaganda.

The party alleged that the money included N30 billion Mr. Wike borrowed shortly after assuming office, the N10 billion left by the previous administration and over N80 billion that accrued from Internally Generated Revenue and the Federation Account.

The statement read in part:

“Chief Wike represents everything that should not be found anywhere near the corridors of power. He personifies inaction, profligacy, corruption, maladministration and vendetta.

“Wike has not initiated any meaningful project in Rivers State since he forcibly assumed office in May 29th through the blood of Rivers people and in connivance with the corrupt and demented State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dame Gesila Khan.”

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“Apart from setting up the vindictive Judicial Commission of Inquiry and awarding contracts to his companies for the filling of potholes in Port Harcourt and Obio Akpor local government areas, Chief Wike cannot justify the expenditure of the N30 billion he borrowed plus the N10 billion left by the administration of Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi and over N80 billion that has accrued to the State through Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) and from the Federation Account.”

The APC alleged that the governor presented roads constructed by former Governor Rotimi Amaechi as those he constructed in the last 100 days in office, noting that no quality road could be constructed within six month let alone 100 days.

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