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Senator Sekibo blows whistle at NASS, indicts ex-Rivers governor Rotimi Amaechi over $50m IkoyiGate

By Oak TV
03 May 2017   |   4:28 am   |   0m 55s
Senator George Sekibo from Rivers State has metaphorically extended the whistleblowing policy of the Federal Government to the floor of the Senate.


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  • Arabakpura

    Did I just watch a script from Nollywood?

  • Chukwuma Nmesirionye

    The recently introduced whistle blowing policy of the Federal Government in the anti-corruption fight is increasingly becoming a child’s play and a caricature in the Senate. A senator standing in the hallowed chamber of the upper legislative house, blowing a whistle, is nothing but a caricature. We do not need to see the whistle blowers doing their thing for us to take them seriously. Enough of these melodramatic jokes in the National Assembly!

  • Musa M. Dantsoho

    Let Oak tv and Sekibo tender their evidence in court and claim the $50m for Rivers. The court order for a claimant to recover the money ends on the 5th May. Just about two days from now. So hurry up, Oak TV, Sekibo and Wike.

  • Peter Akparanta

    Interesting! May I use this opportunity to announce that I have in store a huge stock of high quality whistles of various sizes for sale and distribution. I’m particularly interested in customers from the Senate, because I noticed that Senator Sekibo’s whistle is of inferior quality, very unbefitting of a Senator of the Federal Republic. It’s getting quite interesting, I tell you!

  • Lemmuel Odjay

    Pengele mess…

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