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I was offered money to impeach Fubara – Rivers’ Chief of Staff

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The former factional speaker of the State House of Assembly alleged that he was offered money to impeach the governor

The Chief of Staff to Rivers State Government, Edison Ehie, has said some persons tried to co-opt him into the plots to impeach Governor Siminalayi Fubara.

The former factional speaker of the State House of Assembly alleged that he was offered money to impeach the governor.

He made the allegation while addressing a rally in Ahoada East area of the state.

Ehie, however, did not divulge the identities of those who offered him money for the purported plot to impeach the governor.

He disclosed that he was subsequently declared wanted because he declined their offer.

“They invited me, your son, to impeach the governor and I told them clearly, I was not interested.

“They gave me all the money that was hidden before, which I rejected. And because I refused, they conspired and declared me wanted,” Ehie said in a viral video clip from the rally.

Last year, Ehie was declared wanted by the police in connection with the invasion of the State House of Assembly.

In October 2023, an explosion rattled the state assembly building amidst reports of lawmakers attempting to impeach Fubara.

It was alleged that certain individuals with close ties to the governor were implicated in the incident.

The Martin Amaewhule-led lawmakers had reportedly lodged criminal complaints against Ehie with the Rivers State Police Command regarding the invasion and arson of the Rivers State House of Assembly chambers by unidentified hoodlums.

Ehie’s revelation is the latest in the slew of events and actions that have characterised the protracted crisis in the state, stemming from the conflict between Fubara and his predecessor and current Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike.…Continue The Full Reading.>’.

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