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NDDC crisis: Nothing should happen to our daughter, Dr. Joi Nunieh, Wike warns Akpabio

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Gov. Nyesom Wike and Dr. Joi Nunieh

 

By Esther Eugene, P/H

The government of Rivers state has vowed to protect their daughter, ex-NDDC acting managing director, Dr. Joi Nunieh from danger over the lingering altercation between Senator Godswill Akpabio and the ex-NDDC boss over her expose of can of worms of financial recklessness in NDDC and Akpabio’s  sex escapade.

Commissioner for information and Communications, Mr.Paulinus Nsirim disclosed Tuesday, in a press statement on behalf of the Rivers state government, said “Rivers State Government has viewed with concern, the recent developments at the Niger Delta Development Commission(NDDC) in which the name of our daughter, Dr. Joi Nunieh, the immediate past Acting Managing Director of the Commission, has been dragged into.

“We hereby call on those involved in the ongoing investigations in the NDDC to ensure that Dr. Joi Nunieh does not suffer any harm in the course of their undertakings.

“We wish to state categorically that the Rivers State Government will never support any action that will prevent or jeopardize the laudable intentions of His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, to positively reposition the NDDC and fulfill the yearnings and aspirations of the people of the Niger Delta.” He said.

Continuing “However, we wish to state that while we are not interested in identifying with the present unfolding drama in the NDDC, we will not however fail to protect our daughter from actual harm or perceived danger.

“The State owes it as a duty to protect her citizens from danger no matter their political affiliation and we cannot fold our hands and watch anyone harm her or indeed any Rivers citizen.

“We advise those involved in the present altercations in the NDDC to thread with caution in their actions and utterances.” The Statement added.

 

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