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Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by AnonPoet: 5:42pm On Jul 24
The Senator representing Bayelsa West in the National Assembly, Chief Henry Seriake Dickson, has read with shock a statement credited to Senator Eremienyon Degi, his counterpart from Bayelsa East, where he wrongfully accused him of inciting violence in the Niger Delta over the 3 percent allocation to the producing communities in the PIB.

For the records, Senator Dickson spoke on pressing national issues including the Bill to amend the Electoral Act and the PIB when he addressed the National Assembly Press Corp on Thursday. The Senator who recalled that the former President Umaru Yar’Adua under whose administration the PIB was initiated, recommended 10 percent for the communities added that even President Mohammadu Buhari initially recommended 5 percent to them.

Senator Dickson used the opportunity of his interaction with the media to explain what senators from the region did in terms of interacting with their colleagues from other parts of the country. He narrated how the Southern Nigeria Senators Forum and the South- South Senators Forum led by Senator Bamidele Opeyemi and George Sekibo respectively made efforts to get the buy-in of their colleagues for 5 percent which was how the executive proposal for 2.5 percent was upgrade to 5 percent in the joint committees’ report. These efforts were ably coordinated by the Deputy Senate President, Senator Omo Agege and supported by all Senator from the region. Senator Dickson thanks all the Senators who supported these efforts and those who voted five percent at the conference committee session of the National Assembly.

In his characteristic manner of honour and truthfulness, he relayed how most senators even from the North, pledged to support the minimum of 5 percent as a result of these interactions.

He explained further that on the morning of the vote, the Senate leadership permitted the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, and the GMD of the NNPC to highlight the technical aspects of the bill, which in retrospect proved inimical to South South’s quest for 5 percent as the presentation by the ministerial team clearly and strongly stated that anything other than 2.5 percent was going to drive away investors from oil industry.

Senator Dickson narrated this sequence of events for the public to know that the southern Nigeria and the South-South senator’s had done a lot of work and were confident of the support of their colleagues, who had pledged support for the minimum of 5 percent. This was the point Senator Dickson stressed.

Senator Dickson further stated that the other senators they discussed with were willing to consider 5 percent which was why Senator Sabo Nakudu, lead chairman of the committee supported by his co-chairman Senator Albert Bassey agreed and presented a report recommending 5 percent an effort we all appreciate.

The Senator clarified further that the dramatic change of opinion came after the categorical briefing and statements made by the ministerial team. There were intense period of disagreement and consultations on the floor during which majority of Senators who had pledged 5 percent agreed to support 3 percent higher that the 2.5 percent proposed by the executive and defended by the ministerial team led by Chief Timipre Sylva.

When asked by a reporter why Sylva, a former Bayelsa Governor from the South South led the team to propose 2.5 percent against his own region and people, Senator Dickson declined comment and directed the reporter to redirect the question to Chief Sylva.

Senator Dickson’s statement was not a personal attack on the minister or anybody but a statement of fact unknown to the public which was relayed for better information and appreciation of the efforts made by the South South senators to get at least 5 percent for the communities.

Senator Dickson narrated this sequence of events for the public to know that the southern Nigeria and the South-South senator’s had done a lot of work and were confident of the support of their colleagues, who had pledged support for the minimum of 5 percent. This was the point Senator Dickson stressed.

Senator Dickson further stated that the other senators they discussed with were willing to consider 5 percent which was why Senator Sabo Nakudu, lead chairman of the committee supported by his co-chairman Senator Albert Bassey agreed and presented a report recommending 5 percent an effort we all appreciate.

The Senator clarified further that the dramatic change of opinion came after the categorical briefing and statements made by the ministerial team. There were intense period of disagreement and consultations on the floor during which majority of Senators who had pledged 5 percent agreed to support 3 percent higher that the 2.5 percent proposed by the executive and defended by the ministerial team led by Chief Timipre Sylva.

When asked by a reporter why Sylva, a former Bayelsa Governor from the South South led the team to propose 2.5 percent against his own region and people, Senator Dickson declined comment and directed the reporter to redirect the question to Chief Sylva.

Senator Dickson’s statement was not a personal attack on the minister or anybody but a statement of fact unknown to the public which was relayed for better information and appreciation of the efforts made by the South South senators to get at least 5 percent for the communities.

It is therefore difficult to understand the basis upon which Senator Degi would come up with such a curious publication accusing Senator Dickson of inciting violence

Aware of the the recent political developments in Bayelsa, we urge Degi to live above his personal pains. He should refrain from spreading hatred, propaganda and falsehood. He should concentrate on making productive contributions to the development of his communities, state and indeed the Niger Delta.

If there are people who should know that Senator Dickson cannot be intimidated by mischief, propaganda and falsehood at the federal level, Degi and Sylva should know more than most. For his information, Dickson does not play petty politics by bringing local issues to blackmail people at the federal level. This is why in spite of the attacks on him, Senator Dickson has lived above them to try to show solidarity with all Bayelsans across party lines in the interest of our people.

It is also important to state that in Senator Dickson’s characteristic manner, when Chief Timipre Sylva was nominated minister, he congratulated the minister, thanked the president for the appointment, and as governor, directed Senator Degi’s former colleagues in the Senate who now are Governor and Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, to assist with his clearance, an act that the Senate President, HE, Senator Ahmed Lawan publicly commended. Senator Degi knows what Senator Dickson stands for and the impact he made in Bayelsa if he chooses to be honest.

Degi, Sylva and their cohorts should note that the truth has to be told, that actions and inactions have consequences and he can not put them away by propaganda and scapegoating. History will record who did what at what particular time. The judgement belongs to history.

It is common knowledge that the oil producing communities, the entire Niger Delta and all well meaning Nigerians are outraged by the reduction of the host community funds and other sections in the PIB now passed and Degi and Sylva should make bold to address this. The challenges of managing communities with the way the PIB has been mismanaged are obvious for all to see and have nothing to do with Dickson’s frank, honest, advice, views and proposals which are available as he continues to work with other Nigerians in the pursuit of the National good as a patriot. Senator Dickson’s view which many see as rational is that the two percent difference is not what the tension challenges and uncertainties. That the increased security expenses, the anger, the restiveness, hostilities would be more than the two percent reduction. A sustainable future for investors and the communities lies in first getting the good will and support of the host communities.
The PIB is the first law that is giving oil producing communities direct funding. It is a historic development which we must get right and It would be better to start with the full cooperation and support of the communities.

It is indeed a shame that Degi and his cohorts can condescend so low.

All Nigerians are hereby advised to disregard the latest propaganda of Senator Degi’s as it is a typical case of taking the local Bayelsa politics to the National level.

Finally, Degi should explain why and in what way and for what reason and purpose Senator Dickson would be envious of Sylva.

Fidelis Soriwei
Head of Media
https://leaders.ng/dickson-replies-sylva-senator-degi/

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Tinubuadvocate: 5:48pm On Jul 24
Omg so Dickson still find his way enter national assembly? Shame on you bayelsa people especially his senatorial district.

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Harrykn: 6:08pm On Jul 24

Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by sylve11: 6:24pm On Jul 24
Na that 30% wey them wan allocate to the norther region to look for oil dey vex me pass. embarassed angry cool

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by CelestineNelson: 6:27pm On Jul 24
Nigerian Politician are not Vision oriented main looking at them

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Nobody: 6:32pm On Jul 24
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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by tnerro1(m): 6:34pm On Jul 24
The south will defeat the north with technology. Fact

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by valentinenkem: 6:37pm On Jul 24
We are following gradually as events unfolds
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by bayelsaowei(m): 6:37pm On Jul 24
Dickson, sylva et all are all demons..I just hate these folks..

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by efeteb: 6:44pm On Jul 24
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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by aliscomonaj: 6:50pm On Jul 24
And the south south senators were just figure heads
sylve11:
Na that 30% wey them wan allocate to the norther region to look for oil dey vex me pass. embarassed angry cool

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by prekumohtim(m): 6:57pm On Jul 24
Tinubuadvocate:
Omg so Dickson still find his way enter national assembly? Shame on you bayelsa people especially his senatorial district.

He was not voted. While Dickson was a governor, he made an arrangement with senator Douye Diri who's currently the governor of Bayelsa state, a smooth soft landing for himself. That's they both exchanged their position. They are both from the same federal constituency so it was easy for them

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Seniorwriter(m): 6:58pm On Jul 24
Clueless mofos


@Seniorwriter
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by joe54: 6:59pm On Jul 24
angry
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Arabaincubus: 7:02pm On Jul 24
Countryman Senator, you have done well.
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Tinubuadvocate: 7:03pm On Jul 24
Please I need more explanation are you saying no election takeplace.
prekumohtim:


He was not voted. While Dickson was a governor, he made an arrangement with senator Douye Diri who's currently the governor of Bayelsa state, a smooth soft landing for himself. That's they both exchanged their position. They are both from the same federal constituency so it was easy for them

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by poiZon: 7:05pm On Jul 24
Tinubuadvocate:
Omg so Dickson still find his way enter national assembly? Shame on you bayelsa people especially his senatorial district.
Say hi to remi tinubu for us..

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Tinubuadvocate: 7:09pm On Jul 24
Face your problem and your dirty Abia state allow good people of bayelsa talk.
poiZon:

Say hi to remi tinubu for us..
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by prekumohtim(m): 7:12pm On Jul 24
Tinubuadvocate:
Please I need more explanation are you saying no election takeplace.

Use Lagos state as a case study, all the elective positions will be announced that APC cleared all of them.
Same thing happens in almost every state in Nigeria. Winners are handpicked, not elected. Whatever you see on the field is to just for formality purpose . Sometimes , INEC officials are also handpicked by politicians. Whatever you see on the field is just to enable them defend any court issue that may arise there after.
Some electoral officers have never set their eyes on election result sheet , yet they conduct election

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by poiZon: 7:13pm On Jul 24
aliscomonaj:
And the south south senators were just figure heads
Did u want them to carry guns and fight?
South south have 18senators..
Out of 109senators.
Cross river state is no longer a oil bearing state, so they won't really have concern over what percentage should be favourable to host communities.
Now we r left with 5states with 15senators.
What do i think these senators can do to overwhelm 93 senators?
Most times lets use our heads when trying to paint people black.
Those guys tried.. They r in the minority..
They lobbied all they could but the northern senators with their numerical strength hadtheir way.

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by joe54: 7:14pm On Jul 24
abraham324:
UNETHICAL PRACTICE OF THE NIGERIAN POLICE FORCE IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MRS MARY STEPHEN OKOI FROM THE PALACE OF IGWE UGBEMO OF OKPAI NDOKWA EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE NIGERIA

1. The Senate President, Honourable Speaker, distinguished honourable members, SANs, the NBA, Human Right activists, NGOs, the International Community, members of the fourth estate of the realm and the undeterred citizens of my great Country Nigeria. I plea you all to continue to share and let the injustices perpetrated by the Nigerian Police be made open to every Nigerian. It is sad how because of pecuniary gains the Nigerian Police will cover up a crime against the State (Murder) and the system will ignore, terribly unfortunate. Please allow me to be more explicit that it is not in any way meant to slight or bring disrepute to the Nigerian Police but a quest for justice. Over the years I have worked with the Nigerian Police and I will like to state that the Nigerian Police if not the best is amongst the best Police Force in Africa. However, when a Police Unit is been compromised, the situation is a different ball game. In this regards you will even prefer an organized vigilante group to the Police. This is a shout out to all Nigerians and all paraphernalia of justice in the Country to please ensure justice prevails in the disappearance of my sister from the Palace of Igwe Ugbemo of Okpai, Ndokwa East LGA of Delta State Nigeria. The wicked ones are working day and night to sweep the case under the rug.

2. On 24th December, 2020 my sister; Mrs Mary Stephen Okoi was lured by her husband Mr Collins Ugbemo (Grandson to Igwe Ugbemo) to his village Okpai in Ndokwa East LGA of Delta State in the pretext of going to spend Christmas holiday. Ostensibly, all plans have been put in place in conjunction with her pastor to do away with her as she opposed the idea of her husband marrying a second wife. On getting to the Palace the plan was carried out in servitude of a deity they worshiped and the next day they called that my sister was missing. Initially, I never suspected any fowl play as I asked them to report to the Police Station at Ashaka. The relative nonchalance from her husband for somebody whose wife was missing began to raise suspicion as my private investigator revealed no entry was made at Ashaka Police Station after one week of the incidence. When I questioned the fact that no entry was made at Ashaka Police Station, the Station was later burnt down by them to cover up the fact that no entry of any missing person was made because I centered my premise for suspicion on that. This was meant to frustrate the authenticity of my claim.

3. A petition was sent to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) on the matter with the Reference IHN/MA/IGP/LTCO/01/21 dated Monday, January 11, 2021 by our Lawyers I.H NGADA & CO to investigate the mysterious disappearance of Mary. After my personal request to Delta State Police Command for investigation with the Reference (held) dated 29th December, 2020. On 3rd February, 2021 a follow up trip was made to Delta State Police Command to verify the extent they have gone in the investigation of the disappearance of my sister from the Igwe Ugbemo’s Palace at Okpai. At the Delta State Police Command I got the shocker of my life. A case as open and clear cut as this, the Delta State Police Command Anti-Kidnapping Squad has turned my sister to be the villain in the matter. To the chagrin of my family and law abiding Nigerians the Police in Delta State displayed a pretext ineptitude all in a bid to stall the case and eventually kill the momentum of the case so that it may yield to nothing. The attitude of the Delta State Police Command was a complete and final demonstration of a compromised Police Unit. The display was indeed shameful to say the least, unprofessional and tainted with malicious ignominy. It’s okay that Igwe Ugbemo has money to throw around but we shout and rant about corruption while it is propagated amongst us. When an institution of government is allowed to carry on like the Delta State Police Command, to redefine justice for its own aggrandizement there will be a time not so far away when Nigeria will experience Institutional apoptosis that will permeate all other institutions of government. It’s been 8 months now and the Nigerian Police is still dilly dalling with the matter to facilitate a cover up.

4. When I saw the obvious compromise that has permeated the Delta State Police Command I sent a petition to the IGP through our lawyers registering my complaint of the lack of professionalism of the Anti-Kidnapping Squad of the Delta State Police Command saddled with the investigation with Reference IHN/MA/IGP/04/21 dated Monday, April 11, 2021 requesting the IGP to direct the Police Intelligence Response Team (PIRT) to carry on with the matter. A petition was also sent to the Senate with the Reference IHN/MA/SO/03/21 dated Monday, March 29, 2021 and another to the Speaker House of Representatives with the Reference IHN/MA/AE/03/21 dated Monday, March 29, 2021. Again a petition was also sent to the Wife of the Delta State Governor with the Reference IHN/MA/DS/01/21 dated Thursday, January 28, 2021 and to the Department of State Service (DSS) with the Reference (held), which I sincerely commend for their effort so far in the matter. The House of Representative went into action and our petition was referred to the House of Representatives’ Committee on Public Petition with Petition No: 344 of 2021 against the IGP and a first hearing was set for 8th June, 2021 with the Police absent and adjourned to 23rd June, 2021 with the Police still so absent. One of my Bosses would say “the man weh eat onions if he talk him mouth go smell”. Thirdly, another hearing was fixed for 7th July, 2021 and the Police never showed up. The Police Headquarters alleged that the case is against the Delta State Police Command that Delta Police to come in to answer. We have been in the system for too long, where is your letter to Delta State Police Command directing it to report for the hearing. Nigerians have since outgrown those rigmaroles. It is so sad and debilitating that from the IGP down to Ashaka Police Station everybody is feigning a pretext ineptitude pretending they don’t know what to do. I laugh because Karma will locate you all in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen and Amen!!!

5. Sahara Reporters was not left out in this show of shame. They were also paid off to remove their publication of my sister’s disappearance from the Palace of Igwe Ugbemo of Okpai from their page. Outwardly, Sahara Reporters pretends to be a mouth piece of the people but behind the scene they are just hustlers. Thank God they were exposed so tomorrow somebody will not come from there to play holy that he wants to be president with a behind the scene character filled with blemish. I may not have the powers or means to move them to be diligent in their job and stop this pretext ineptitude but I know Nigerians collectively have the power. The murderers of my sister are walking the streets like normal human beings. If they are allowed to continue to roam the streets freely it will not end with my sister before long they will need another female to appease their deity and another innocent woman will die. The faith of my sister’s 2 daughters hangs in the balance. I fear they may one day use the innocent little girls again for their Palace rituals. Let us rise up to ensure justice is served. I am a law abiding citizen of this country and as such I have sought to seek Justice through all paraphernalia of justice available in the Country as can be seen in all my references to no avail. My only option now is the people. As Mao Tse Tung rightly said that “of all resources humans are the greatest”. I seek justice in the hands of the greatest resources in the entire world, the Nigerian people and citizens all over the World, please speak out against injustice as this nonsense has got to stop. Do not stop at only specking out, do something Nigerians to assist me in my quest for justice. The Nigerian Police Force and Igwe Ugbemo of Okpai are not in any way greater than the People.

6. I believe in Nigeria so much that I refuse to accept that Nigeria has reached a state of debauchery and bacchanalia where someone can just kill a human being and walk away with no law to contend with. No law abiding Nigerian should allow this happen. What is wrong is wrong no matter how subversive elements try to paint it. Walking away with murder in a clear cut case like this one is an insult on the Nigeria State and thus making a mockery of our collective values as Nigerians. I therefore plea the Senate President, Honourable Speaker and the IGP to use all the paraphernalia of government available before them to ensure an unblemished Police Unit from Force Headquarter is sent to Okpai, Delta State in order to bring a conclusive end to the case of disappearance of my sister from the Palace of Igwe Ugbemo of Okpai with a time frame specified and the perpetrators (Her husband and cohorts) and accomplices brought to book.

7. Please Nigerians and the International Community accept the assurances of my highest regards. Thank you all.

JOHN STEPHEN OKOI
Brother to
Mrs Mary Stephen Okoi
09071844476
This is very sad. We will Spread the word on every platform. I will do my best.

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Tinubuadvocate: 7:14pm On Jul 24
Well understand your points but remembered that APC won that state.
prekumohtim:


Use Lagos state as a case study, all the elective positions will be announced that APC cleared all of them.
Same thing happens in almost every state in Nigeria. Winners are handpicked, not elected. Whatever you see on the field is to just for formality purpose . Sometimes , INEC officials are also handpicked by politicians. Whatever you see on the field is just to enable them defend any court issue that may arise there after.
Some electoral officers have never set their eyes on election result sheet , yet they conduct election
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by AroleOduduwa2: 7:18pm On Jul 24
They are fighting each other over the 3% they should all reject publicly, damn these people are cursed.

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by TotoGame(m): 7:22pm On Jul 24
prekumohtim:


He was not voted. While Dickson was a governor, he made an arrangement with senator Douye Diri who's currently the governor of Bayelsa state, a smooth soft landing for himself. That's they both exchanged their position. They are both from the same federal constituency so it was easy for them


Stop saying what you don't know.....Gov.diri and dickson aren't from the same senatorial zone

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by Assetosky(m): 7:33pm On Jul 24
prekumohtim:


He was not voted. While Dickson was a governor, he made an arrangement with senator Douye Diri who's currently the governor of Bayelsa state, a smooth soft landing for himself. That's they both exchanged their position. They are both from the same federal constituency so it was easy for them



This is how you people comment on issues you know nothing about. Who told you Dickson and the current governor are both from the same senatorial district?

Dickson is from Bayelsa west and douye diri is from Bayelsa central.

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by prekumohtim(m): 7:36pm On Jul 24
Tinubuadvocate:
Well understand your points but remembered that APC won that state.

Winning a governorship election does not give you automatic clearance for all local government elections.
The election is not contested amongst APC members. It's not a party affairs , but a state'.
Even the governorship election, are you saying that you didn't know APC candidate was handpicked?
A whole serving governor was sacked and replaced. Ambode couldn't contest cos he knew what he was against. In Lagos, Tinubu decides who governs and who gets fired

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by FatherCHRlSTMAS: 7:39pm On Jul 24
Political brawls
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by poiZon: 7:44pm On Jul 24
Tinubuadvocate:
Face your problem and your dirty Abia state allow good people of bayelsa talk.
Am from akwaibom...
Try and be knowledgeable for once

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Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by techWriter3: 8:04pm On Jul 24
Na that 30% wey them wan reallocate to the norther country to glance for petroleum jus irk me get.
Re: Incitement: Dickson Replies Sylva, Senator Degi Over Accusation by pepple205(m): 8:38pm On Jul 24
prekumohtim:


He was not voted. While Dickson was a governor, he made an arrangement with senator Douye Diri who's currently the governor of Bayelsa state, a smooth soft landing for himself. That's they both exchanged their position. They are both from the same federal constituency so it was easy for them


Writing this with confidence...

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