Port Harcout - Rivers State governor-elect, Nyesom Wike, has accused the state Governor, Rotimi Amaechi, of frustrating efforts at peaceful and smooth transfer of power in the state, reports Daily Post.
Wike expressed disappointment that Governor Amaechi had refused to constitute a transition committee to interface with the one set up by him to ensure a smooth transfer of power on May 29.
Wike, who spoke through the Secretary of his Transition Committee, Frank Owhor on Thursday, said Amaechi was playing double-standards on the issue of transition.
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He stated that efforts of his committee to interface with the state government had been thwarted as letters dispatched to the state government by personal delivery and courier service had been rejected and returned.
He wondered why Amaechi, who is serving in Buhari’s transition committee, would refuse to set up one in his own state.
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