A political pressure group in
The GDI, a political pressure group loyal to Minister of State for Education, Chief Nyesom Wike, said Amaechi had not given account to the people of the state on how he spent other loans he secured on behalf of the state.
The President General of GDI, Worldwide, Hon. Bright Amewhule, said in Port Harcourt yesterday at a press briefing that even though the state government had stopped the courts from functioning, the group would use other means to ensure that the loan was not released. "Since the Rivers State Government has stopped the courts from functioning, we will therefore take any other available means to stop Amaechi from taking that loan," Amewhule said.
According to the GDI president general, "It is unfortunate that the present Governor of
Amewhule alleged that the state government had not used previous loans in the interest of the people of the state, adding that the new loan would also be shared among the leadership of the
While calling on the people of the state to speak out against the loan, Amewhula said, "The World bank and AfDB should not serve as instruments in the hands of the out-going
He also said it was not fair for national officers of the
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