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Governor Wike asks Amaechi to account for N3 trillion – Daily Trust

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GOVERNOR WIKE

“Amaechi left the most abandoned projects in the history of Rivers State since 1997. Thousands of workers were without their salaries for four months and thousands of teachers were not paid for nearly 12 months. 

“We have so many abandoned projects which huge sums have been paid but projects are yet to be completed.  We have the Mono-rail project that gulped over N60bn and it was abandoned. We have the Woji road project awarded at N3bn. There was a variation of the project to the upward of N14bn but it was abandoned. We inherited the project and completed it. 

“There are so many of the abandoned projects. We have the Karibi George 250 bed project where huge sums of money were paid but no single block was laid at the site” he said.

Read more at http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/news/general/wike-asks-amaechi-to-account-for-n3-trillion/131267.html#K8mdEuzVDgJpjpAm.99

Rivers State government yesterday called on the Minister for Transport, Mr Chibuike Amaechi to account for about N3 trillion received throughout his eight years tenure as the governor of the State.

The State Commissioner for Information, Dr Tam George told newsmen in Port Harcourt that the State was still reeling from “the catastrophic  legacy of the former governor” despite receiving over three trillion naira in revenue in 8 years.

 


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