Tuesday, 29 March 2016

How Acting DG of NDDC Gave Corruption New Face

Mrs Ibim Semenitari, the Acting DG of Niger Delta Development Commission 

(NDDC),Former Commissioner for Information under the Chibuike Rotimi 

Amaechi administration recently paid a Seven Million Naira 

(7,000,000:00) Per annum for 4 Years to herself as Rent in her own house

which is located on Ernest Ikoli Street, Old G.R.A , Port Harcourt City, Rivers state .

It will be recalled that this same woman when the administration of the current

loquacious minister for Transport Mr. Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi rounded up had

been indicted in car scam which with the help of authorities was recovered from

her residence in July 2015.

NDDC, I was made to understand usually provides allocation for rent for their

DG(s) over the period of their tenures but for an Acting DG who is illegally

occupying a seat that should be for Akwa Ibom State based on the rotation

formula amongst the Niger Delta states to ask the Finance Department to pay

her rent to herself for her own property is the height of corruption.

We are still trying to come to understanding why Garba Shehu, the Presidential

Spokesman to Muhammadu Buhari buying over $800,000:00 at CBN rates and 

selling off to public at N362 per dollar and the recent #iStandWithBuhari 

N2 Billion scam and ow this.

We call upon the authorities to check this information and do the needful.

If we do not collectively fight corruption , it will kill Nigeria.

At a time the citizens of the country are queuing for PMS and a bag of garri is 

costing N6000 per bag and a bag of Rice (Oryza Sativa) at N15/16,000 per bag,

this is more than inhumane. This is a pure act of greed and wickedness from 

the Change agents in the Muhammadu Buhari led administration.

Receipt of the payments is readily available for verification.

5 comments:

  1. Not sure if we just wait for an evolutionary transparent leadership Or is it time for a revolution?

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  2. Not sure if we just wait for an evolutionary transparent leadership Or is it time for a revolution?

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