Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio has challenged the National Assembly over probe of the Delta

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Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio has
challenged the National Assembly over probe of the Delta
Development Commission (NDDC).
The legislature is investigating financial activities of the agency. On Thursday, the former Akwa Ibom Governor told lawmakers that the probe should cover all the years of NDDC’s existence.
He spoke when members of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) visited him in Abuja. Akpabio urged Nigerians to “ask questions”. “How come it is only now that even our parliament has found it necessary to conduct a selective probe of NDDC? Instead of beginning from the inception, year 2001, they are now doing
five months probe out of almost 20 years of existence. Why?“NDDC has been in existence since 1999; what is really
happening now? How is it all petitions on earth are
happening? When the wind blows, it blows along with the answer,” he said.
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Saturday He recalled that after President Muhammadu Buhari ordered
the forensic audit of NDDC, he pointed out that as soon as this forensic audit commences, “hell would be let loose”. The minister said the campaign against him and the Interim
Management Committee “is so well-funded that you hardly open a newspaper and you don’t see a screaming headline”.
Akpabio added that all everyone is talking about is corruption in five months, “not corruption in 19 years and seven months.


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