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'Stop celebration of Ibori’s release' - Ex Delta Governor cautions

Daniel Daniel
28 Dec, 2016 In Politics0 Comments , leave one
Stop celebration of Ibori’s release - Ex Delta Governor cautions
Former Delta state governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has cautioned supporters of his predecessor and cousin, Chief James Ibori not to create more problems for Ibori through celebrations of his recent release from London prison.

Last week,the London residence of Ibori has become a celebration centre for the state's politicians since his release from prison where he served 13 years for money laundering and other corruption related crimes.

Among politicians who have visited Ibori are Speaker of the state house of assembly, Chief Monday Igbuya, PDP stalwart, Chief Ighoyota Amori among others like Senator Peter Nwaoboshi who sensationally declared that Ibori facilitated the emergence of Senator Bukola Saraki and Rt Hon Dogara as Senate President and Speaker House of Representatives respectively.

Nwaoboshi, in a video widely circulated on social media, said Ibori made governors, ostensibly incumbent Ifeanyi Okowa, senators ( himself as one), made his daughter, Eriatake Ibori a state lawmaker among others.

Uduaghan expressed concern that the Ibori's well-wishers actions could expose him (Ibori) to more political problems.

Uduaghan however lamented that such statements and showoffs by Ibori's supporters, could turn to haunt him. He said that such utterances and boisterous cerebration were capable of creating more problems for the ex-convict former governor. “For those going London to see Chief James Ibori and posting pictures and making statements, please stop it.

“We appreciate your love for him. But you can go quietly without the unnecessary publicity.

“You are creating problems for him than you can ever imagine. “Nigeria is a complex country and you must understand and respect people's sensibilities,”Uduaghan added in a statement posted on his Facebook.

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