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Ifeanyi Okowa Must Not Use State Funds To Finance Atiku’s Presidential Campaign – APC

Ifeanyi Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

The All Progressives Congress Gubernatorial Campaign Organisation has come out to warn Okowa not to use Delta State funds to finance Atiku Abubakar’s presidential campaign and other political activities.

The APC Governorship campaign organisation recently revealed this via a statement issued by Ima Niboro, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the warning is necessary after credible intelligence at its disposal that the 2023 General Election is a PDP strategy to loot the State, a move that APC will never tolerate.

Ima added that the use of taxpayers’ funds and collective resources of Deltans to fund personal political ambitions is simply unacceptable, callous and inhuman.

His words, “The call became necessary in the light of credible intelligence at its disposal that the 2023 General Election is a PDP conduit pipe to loot the State.”

“The use of taxpayers’ funds and collective resources of Deltans to fund personal political ambitions was unacceptable, callous and inhuman.”

“It is sad that on a day the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, approved the immediate payment of outstanding gratuities, pension arrears and death benefits for retirees of Rivers State Public Service, the Delta State House of Assembly approved N25 billion loan for Governor Ifeanyi Okowa allegedly to plant palm trees.”

“This is coming barely 49 days after the embattled PDP candidate, Okowa’s yes-man and Speaker of the state Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori or Francis, approved a controversial N150 billion loan.”

“We have sufficient grounds to suspect that these loans are being taken to prosecute Atiku’s presidential campaign. We will not stand by and watch Okowa impoverish our people in order to enthrone a man who has nothing to offer Deltans in particular and Nigerians in general.”

“If Governor Okowa had devoted half of the time he used in pursuing his Vice Presidential ambition to focus on governance, we wouldn’t be where we are today.”

“As of today, the government is owing retirees over seven years of gratuities, pension arrears and death benefits while the state goes on autopilot for Okowa to pursue his personal ambition. Most retirees have resorted to commercial tricycle, popularly called Keke, for survival, some are bedridden, others have resigned to fate or even died while waiting for the present administration to pay their entitlements after 35 years of meritorious service to state and country.”



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