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GODSWILL AKPABIO,THE MURDERER IS BACK

17 Aug

 

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THEY WERE EITHER MURDERED, ASSASSINATED OR KIDNAPPED; ALL IN
GOVERNOR GODSWILL AKPABIO ADMINISTRATION

1) BARR. IMO UDONWA

2) MISS. ANIEFON
ANIEDIABASI

3) ENGR. EMMANUEL
EKPENYONG

4) MR. MATHIAS
EKPENYONG

5) BARR. BENJAMIN
UDOEKPO

6-7) TWO WOMEN AT QUA
IBOE CHURCH , IWOK

8) DR. AUSTIN EDET

9) DAUGHTER OF PARAMOUNT RULER ABAK

10) MRS. MARIE IKPE

11) EZEKIEL PETER
EBERE (EPISCO)

12) CHIEF PAUL INYANG

13) MRS.PHILOMINA
UDONWA

14) ANTHONY
AKPANOBONG

15) MR. DANIEL JOHN
EKANEM

16) MR. MATHEW INYANG

17) POLICE ORDERLY TO
MRS. LYDIA
BUSH

18) DR. AKPANUDO
FEB.2, 2011

19) PASTOR DAVID
IDUNUOLUWA

20) OKU IBOM III
,EDIDEM ROBERT JAMES OBOT JAN.30, 2011

21-23) THREE ACN
SUPPORTERS POISONED IN PRISON

24-28) STUDENTS
KILLED IN GOVT HOUSE STAMPEDE FOR 1,000 NAIRA (4)

29-50) STUDENTS OF
POLYTECHNIC, IKOT ASURUA (21)

LIST OF THOSE WHO
ESCAPED KIDNAPPING / ASSASSINATION:

1) PARAMOUNT RULER
ETINAN, HRM EDIDEM IME D. UMOETTE

2) MADAM GRACE JAMES
AKPANUDOEDEHE

3) MRS. MFON KENNETH
(WIFE OF ETINAN COUNCIL CHAIRMAN).

4) ENGRS. OBINNA AND
BOBBY, STAFF OF VICH RESOURCES NIG. LTD.

5) PROPRIETOR, LIFE
CARE CLINIC.

6) CHIEF DONALD
ETIEBET

7) ENGR.INIEKONG
UDONWA

KIDNAPPED VICTIMS :
NAMES NO. YEAR/ MONTH

1-2) ABEL DAMINAS
CHILDREN (2) 2008

3) MR. UBONG OBOT (1)
2008

4) MR.MUSTAG OBOT (1)
2009

5) SENATOR ALOYSIUS’
WIFE (1) 2009

6) CHIEF NELSON
EFFIONG (1) FEB. 2009

7) ITA ENYONG- ENTACO
(1) 2009

8) APOSTLE UWA (1)
2009 (IBIBIO)

9) NSE NTUEN (1) 2009
(IBIBIO)

10) ANIEFON ANIEDI
ABASI (1) FEB. 2009 (ANNANG)

11) MRS. INIOBONG
EKPENYONG (1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

12) PA. KEVIN EDET
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

13) MRS. MICHAEL BUSH
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

14) HOP, NSIT UBIUM
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

15) OPULOPM ETTES’
WIFE (1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

16-17) RUSSIANS (2)
2009 (EXPATRIATES)

18-23) RUSSIAN
EMPLOYEES (6) JUNE 3,2007

24-29) STEMCO STAFF
(6) 2008 ( EXPATIATES)

30) UWEMEDIMO
ARCHIBONG (1) FEB.2009 (IBIBIO)

31) MRS. ADRINA UKO
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

32) MRS. ANNE ENOIDEM
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

33) DR. OWEN R. OWEN
(1) JUNE 2009

34) MRS. JUMBO (1)
JUNE 2009 (IBIBIO)

35) PASTOR AKAN WEEKS
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

36) AWAK TREASURER,
O/AKARA (1) 2008 (IBIBIO)

37) MR. IKPE UKPE (1)
2008 (IBIBIO)

38) MR. CLEMENT
UWEMEDIMO (1) JULY, 2009 (IBIBIO)

39) MR. FIOKEDU
OKORIE (1) JULY 2009

40) MISS EDIKAN OKON
UFOT (1) JULY, 2009 (IBIBIO)

41) DAUGHTER OF OKON
USORO (1) JULY, 2009 (IBIBIO)

42)
EXPATRAITES’WIFE(ABDUCTED TONTURUKPUM) (1) MAR. 2009

43) MR. ESEME ESSIEN
(1) SEPT. 2009 (IBIBIO)

44) ELD. NSE IKPE (1)
SEPT. 2009 (IBIBIO)

45) JACKIE JAY (1)
SEPT. 2009 (ANNANG)

46) EDIOMO UDOKO (1)
SEPT. 2009 (IBIBIO)

47) INIOBONG SUNNY JACKSON (1) SEPT. 2009
(IBIBIO)

48) ADIAHA EKA SUNNY
IBANGA (1) SEPT. 2009 (IBIBIO)

49) PST. JONAH
SOLOMON AKPAN (1) OCT. 2009 (IBIBIO)

50) MRS. ESHIET
–ETINAN (1) NOV. 2009

51) MRS. SUNNY DANIEL
(1) NOV. 2009

52) BISHOP C.O AKPAN
(1)DEC. 2,2009

53) MR. USEN
–MANAGER, UBA (1) DEC. 2009

54) HON. HOGAN ITA
(1) 2009

55) MR. MICHAEL NKONO
(1) OCT. 2009

56) MRS. MICHAEL
NKONO (1) OCT. 2009

57) DR. UWEM UMOH (1)
NOV. 2009

58) CHIEF INYANG ENO
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

59) GEN. EDET AKPAN
(1)JAN.31,2010 (IBIBIO)

60) HON. MIKE DAN
(ITU) (1) JAN.2010 (IBIBIO)

61) MISS. EDIKAN UDO
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

62) MR. ITA ONYONG
(1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

63) MR. JOHN AKPAN
(1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

64) MR. OKON MKPONG
(1)2010 (IBIBIO)

65) PARAMOUNT RULER
–OKOBO (1) 2010 (OKOBO)

66) PROF. AKANINYENE
MENDIE (1) 2010

67) CHIEF OBOSI- CLAN
HEAD INI LGA (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

68) PROPHTESS MERCEY
INYANG (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

69) PROPHETESS MERCEY
EFFIONG (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

70) MRS. ELIZABETH
PHILIP (1) 2010

71) MRS. GODWIN
UDOAKA 1ST BANK (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

72) MRS. GODWIN
BASSEY ETON (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

73) PROF. IMO UKPONG
(1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

74) DR. AUSTIN EDET
(1) 2010 ( IBIBIO)

75) CHIEF EMMANUEL
NTUKIDEM (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

76) MR. SAMUEL
INYANG-PDP INI LGA (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

77) 83 YR. OLD
RETIRED CIVIL SERVANT, MBIABONG IKPE ANNANG (1) 2010

(ANNANG)

78) MRS. ROSEY JACK
UDOTA (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

79) JOEL FRANCIS8 –
GOVERNORS’ DRIVER (1) 2010

80) ANTHONY
AKPANOBONG (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

81) BARR. ARCHIBONG’S
WIFE (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

82-85) STEMCO
EMPLOYEES (4) MAY 5 2010

86) REV. NTIA I NTIA
(1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

87) DEACON SANDY
NTUENUBOK (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

88) REV. IME IYIRE
(1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

89) A FEMALE CHURCH
MEMBER OF IMEH UYIRE (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

90) MRS. IWAKEOWO
BASSEY ESSIEN (1) 2010 (IBIBIO)

91) OBONG MIKE ENE
(1) 2009 (IBIBIO)

92) MR. ESSIEN EWOH
(1) 2008 (IBIBIO)

93-94) LATE NTIA’S
CHILDREN (2) 2010 (IBIBIO)

95) DR. UWAH (1) JULY
2010 (IBIBIO)

96) MRS. COMFORT
EWANG—SEPT.2010

97) MRS. LYDIA TOM
BUSH –SEPT.2010

98) MR. EWANG’S
PERSONAL ASSISTANT—- OCT.2010

99) MR. EWANG’S
DRIVER—OCT.2010

100) MR. MIKE EDUOK
—-SEPT.2010 (IBIBIO)

101) IMEH EKPO (JULY
2010) (IBIBIO)

102) NSIFRE ANDREW
(AUGUST 2010)

103) BISHOP (PA) OKON
ENYONG (IBIBIO)

104) REV. INNO IDIONG
(ANNANG)-QUESTIONABLE-JAN.3, 2011(MAY BE

STAGED).

105) DR. MEMFIN EKPO
(IBIBIO) – JAN.16, 2011

106) ELIZABETH JERRY
EMAH (IBIBIO)

107) UDO MMA OBOT
(IBIBIO)

108) CHAIRLADY OF
ONNA LGA (IBIBIO)

109) PROPRIETOR OF
EKET POLITHECHNIC

110) JOHN NTA (OWNER
OF TREASURY ISLAND ) FEB.11 2011 (IBIBIO)

111) BARR. UDO
GEORGE, FEB 15, 2011

112) OKON EDET
JOHNSON, AUG 2011

113) IMEOBONG EFIONG
AKPAN, AUG 17,2011

LIST OF THOSE FALSELY
INCARCERATED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT:

1) HON. FABIAN
EKPENYONG (ONLY SURVIVING EKPENYONG BROTHERS)

INCARCERATED FOR
REFUSING TO TESTIFY FALSELY FOR THE

GOVERNMENT. (IBIBIO)

2) DR. CHRIS EKONG,
ACCUSED OF KILLING THE EKPENYONG BROTHERS.

(RECORD SHOWS HE WAS
IN SOUTH AFRICA
WHEN THE MURDER TOOK

PLACE) (IBIBIO)

3) MR. DAVIDSON UBOH
SUBSTITUTED FOR THE REAL KILLERS OF

EKPENYONG BROTHERS
WHO WERE LET OUT OF JAIL. (IBIBIO)

4) MR. OTU EKONG
SUBSTITUTED FOR THE REAL KILLERS OF EKPENYONG

BROTHERS.

5) MR. ITORO WILLIAM
SUBSTITUTED FOR THE REAL KILLERS OF THE

EKPENYONG BROTHERS

6) CHIEF ONONOKPON
INCARCERATED FOR ASKING QUESTIONS OF THE

GOVERNOR IN THE MEDIA
(ORON)

7) DR. CHRIS NYONG
CHARGED WITH TREASON BUT RELEASED ON BAIL

(IBIBIO)

8) AMB.SAM EDEM
FALSELY ACCUSED OF STEALING AND CHARMING THE

GOVERNOR- ACQUITTED
BY A JUDGE (IBIBIO)

9) CHIEF IMEH
UMANAH—OCT.2010 (ANNANG)

10-51) ACN SUPPORTERS
ARRESTED DURING ELECTION RIOT (41)

Tell Magazine:

SAM ITAUMA(IBIBIO), CEO OF CRARN ESCAPED THREE ASSASINATION
ATTEMPTS AND THREE KIDNAPPING ATTEMPTS, ALMOST JAILED BY GOV AKPABIO IN ORON
HIGH COURT NOW HIS WHEREABOUTS STILL UNKOWN….

TO BE CONTINUED

OBONG UMANA

PRESIDENT,

CONCERNED CITIZENS of AKWA
IBOM STATE
(CCAIN), USA

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THE OVERLY #CORRUPT, SELF-LOATHING, BACK-STABBING, FULANI-WORSHIPING, COUNTRY BUMPKIN SENATOR GODSWILL AKPABIO’S INFLUENCE IS LIMITED TO IKOT EKPENE !!!

6 Aug

By Amah Jones

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Goodwill Akpabio is doing what’s best for him personally. Yes, it’s all about his personal interest, that’s all. It has been said that he EMBEZZLED in excess of $2 BILLION from Akwa Ibom; and, with the DARK CLOUD of EEFC prosecution hanging around his THIEVING NECK, he has succumbed to Janjaweed Jihadist Buhari’s “TRUMP CARD”—a well-calculated political BLACKMAIL scheme.

You see, Jihadist Buhari has always had the CORRUPTION thing on AKPABIO. When he talked about having the government of Dubai seizing more $800 Million in stolen funds hidden away there by a former Nigerian governor, he was basically referring to Godswill Akpabio. Now, It’s quite conceivable that Akpabio will give up a good chunk of his LOOT to the A PC in exchange for freedom from EEFC prosecution for agreeing to decamp from PDP.

If Jihadist Buhari approves that arrangement, like he’s already expected to do, that’ll amount to nothing but a RE-LOOTONG OF STOLEN WEALTH—-MONEY THAT REALLY BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE OF AKWA IBOM STATE.

In fact, Janjaweed Buhari threatened to expose Akpabio earlier on in his presidency but cleverly chose to wait until this moment—-a time when he, Jihadist Buhari, fearing a real REJECTION by NIGERIANS, chose to rein in AKPABIO in a desperate move to cling on to power.

It was the MAJORITY IBIBIO who gave power to AKPABIO in Akwa Ibom, but he so rudely BETRAYED the IBIBIO after becoming governor. He supervised the MURDER of more than 300 IBIBIO CITIZENS.

That, we shall never forget. Not today, not in 100 years. Somebody must be held accountable at some point.

Bottom line, Gov. Udom Emmanuel DOES NOT NEED AKPABIO, period !!!

NIGERIAN REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY UNDER ASSAULT WITH BUHARI:

30 Jul
By Dr. Inyang Oduok
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Where are you going, Lord? Simon Peter Asked Jesus. “You cannot follow me now where I am going” Jesus answered Simon Peter, but later you will follow me.
 
Jesus knew he was on the way to the cross and advised Simon Peter against following him at the peril of his life. He knew Simon Peter could not endure the sufferings he was just about to go through on the cross.
 
The just-concluded Ekiti governorship race provokes similar question that Simon Peter asked Jesus, where is our nation heading to?
 
The result of the EKITI governorship race where APC is said to have defeated P.D.P. incumbent governor of the state, whose performances in office and personal attributes have never been questioned nor in doubt, provides disturbing and bleak answers as to what direction the Buhari Presidency is taking the country.
 
The incumbent governor is reported to have lost the election amidst widespread rigging, ballot stuffing, violence, murders, abuses and misuse of national law enforcement powers by Buhari administration.
 
Information reaching us is that it was like Buhari’s APC was marching to war and conquests. He dispatched in excess of 400, 000.00 armed officers to EKITI state during the governorship race. This cast a heavy shadow over the head of state’s intent in states such as Rivers, Bayelsa and Akwa Ibom states in the coming 2019 Presidential, Governorship, Senate, and House races.
 
Lawless acts taken in violation of free and fair election Act is void and so is the election result- the direct product of such unlawful acts. That Buhari administration has declared the election free and fair is of no consequence.
 
We saw it coming people. The concept of a representative democracy in Nigeria is over with a dictator as the head of state.
 
Ekiti governorship race is a harbinger of what lies ahead for the country. Our future is uncertain in the hands of a tyrant.
 
Buhari is on the move to undermine every institution that gives our representative democracy its true meaning.
 
We venture to predict that should the trend continue to 2019 Presidential and Governorship races, we will inevitably find the nation consumed in another bloody civil war.
 
Dr. Inyang Oduok
 
Atlanta, Georgia.
 

SEE FROM WHERE WE GOT TO HERE. JONATHAN MUST BE CELEBRATING NOW. READ….. YES, YOU. YOU MUST READ BY FORCE.

6 Jul
APC Things fall Apart
“(As received – check the facts yourselves)
 
*In case you guys have forgotten…*
 
*Around this time in 2014!!!*
 
• Fr. Ejike Mbaka (Olorun nikan lo mo nkan to nbaa ka) of Catholic Diocese of Enugu has started seeing a vision of how Buhari is the Messiah we have been waiting for and the best President Nigeria will ever have, while Goodluck Jonathan was a bad luck for Nigeria. But today Catholic Priests and faithful are massacred and slaughtered in large numbers under Buhari. Mbaka is yet to see another vision.
 
• Tinubu said Buhari was the best Person to lead Nigeria but today for the first time in decades Tinubu’s party in Lagos has parallel Primaries thanks to Buhari’s leadership.
 
• Around this time in 2015, TY Danjuma told us Buhari was a good leader… Today Danjuma’s people are under siege and he says the army under Buhari is giving cover to those who are slaughtering Danjuma’s people in the Middle Belt.
 
• Around this time in 2014, Pastor Tunde Bakare told us we can expect a better Nigeria under Buhari. Today Pastor Bakare is advising Nigerians to look for a better leader who will restructure and save Nigeria from Buhari’s cabal.
 
• Around this time in 2014, Prof Tam David-West promised Nigerians that Buhari will make petrol #45 per liter, today Petrol is #145 per liter and Buhari has spent #1.4trillion on fuel subsidy which he claimed was a fraud. Prof. Tan David West has gone deaf and dumb.
 
• Around this time in 2014, Sai Buharists swore that Buhari will declare his assets publicly and produce his WAEC certificate… Till date, he has neither shown us his WAEC certificate or declared his real assets.
 
• About this time in 2014 Fashola said a serious Govt will fix power problem in Nigeria within 6 months. Three years after they have taken power, they have not added one megawatt to the grid. Fashola is now minister of darkness under Buhari.
 
• About this time in 2014, Buhari said naira will be #1 to $1 yet he has messed it up from #187 in 2015 to $1 to #365 to $1 in 2018.
 
• About this time in 2014, my Uncle Ofia was busy campaigning for Buhari. He told me that Buhari will make Nigeria’s economy better than that of Dubai. Today, my Uncle’s company has folded because of Buhari’s bad economic policies and administrative cluelessness.
 
• About this time in 2014, Buhari promised that insecurity especially Boko Haram insurgency will end in 3 months. But in 3 years he has added the Fulani herdsmen terrorism and militia which is by far more dreaded and deadly than Boko Haram and human lives in Nigeria have become meaningless and valueless under Buhari’s watch.
 
• In 2014/2015 OBJ was campaigning for Buhari because for him then it was anything but Jonathan. Today Obasanjo has seen what a grave judgment he passed and what afflictions he wrecked on the nation.
 
Get your PVC or a gun now!!!
 
 
-Prince Olusegun Oni

Akwa Ibom: Former Gov Akpabio spends billions on #WhiteElephant projects, while its education system rots away.

2 Jul

, Premium Times

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 3 _ Photo credit_ Mapio.netRelated NewsGov. Emmanuel presents N651.5 billion budget to Akwa Ibom Assembly Poverty killing Akwa Ibom residents, supporter tells Akpabio. How corruption and poor governance are killing Nigeria, By Godswill AkpabioAkwa Ibom people not free under Gov. Emmanuel — Ex-MinisterEx-Akwa Ibom deputy governor defies Akpabio, picks PDP Guber formIn 2008, the Akwa Ibom State government embarked on the construction of a multi-billion naira massive leisure and business complex, with the hope of turning the oil-rich Nigerian state into ‘Dubai’.The complex, named Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, sits atop 168 hectres of land in Uyo, the state capital.It has a 14-floor storey building, the tallest in the state, meant for a 258-room five-star hotel, a Cineplex (six cinema halls), shopping mall, 5,000-seat convention centre, and a theme park, comprising wet and dry parks.“My vision is to produce a small Dubai within the Niger Delta (region of Nigeria),” the then governor of the state, Godswill Akpabio, who initiated the project, said in early 2012.By then the cinema was already open to the public, while the other components of the ambitious project were still under construction.“I have given them Dubai standard Cineplex,” Mr. Akpabio had boasted in a government-sponsored TV programme aired on Africa Independent Television (AIT). “So, you walk in there to watch films and you think you are sitting down in Dubai.”The complex was scheduled to open for business by the end of 2012.But 10 years after take-off, and three years after Mr. Akpabio left office, the Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, remains unfinished, despite the huge money sunk into it; except for the Cineplex and the bar close to it, the rest of the complex has been abandoned. The tall building and the area meant for the theme park look desolate.A popular retail business, Shoprite, in August 2015, laid a foundation stone for the building of its mall at the Tropicana. After a long lull, Shoprite just started work on its proposed mall in June 2018, PREMIUM TIMES learned.The Akpabio administration had said its construction would cost the state N33 billion, but three people familiar with the project said the cost was later reviewed upward to N120 billion.Aerial view of Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene _Photo credit_Skyscrapercity.com ” data-medium-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Aerial-view-of-Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-_Photo-credit_Skyscrapercity.com_-1.jpg?fit=349%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Aerial-view-of-Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-_Photo-credit_Skyscrapercity.com_-1.jpg?fit=604%2C604&ssl=1″ src=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Aerial-view-of-Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-_Photo-credit_Skyscrapercity.com_-1.jpg?w=600&h=600&crop=1&ssl=1″ width=”600″ height=”600″ data-original-width=”600″ data-original-height=”600″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Aerial view of Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene _Photo credit_Skyscrapercity.com” alt=”Aerial view of Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene _Photo credit_Skyscrapercity.com” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 600px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 600px;”>But while the government shelled out such humongous amounts on white elephant projects, it left its schools decrepit.Hundreds of schools – primary and secondary – received little attention, a year-long investigation by PREMIUM TIMES revealed.In some terrible situations, pupils and students sit on bare floor to learn in roofless classrooms.Kids between the ages of three and four have been found sleeping on bare floor, in at least two schools in the state.The science colleges in the state are in ruin too. Same with the technical colleges. In one particular case, a top multi-billion naira technical college in the state have been closed down, strangely, and left for several years to rot away.Poorly-motivated teachers in the state, who sometimes go for several months without salary, are known to have resorted to corrupt practices, including collecting money to allow students cheat in examinations.Meanwhile, government officials and elites in the state send their kids to world-class private schools owned by one of them.The current administration of Governor Emmanuel, just like his predecessor, is yet to tell the Akwa Ibom people how much has been spent so far on the Tropicana project.The Commissioner for Housing and Special Duties, Akan Okon, whose ministry supervises the Tropicana, did not respond to calls and text messages sent to his phone line by this reporter.Mr Okon served for one year between May 2014 and May 2015, as commissioner for finance in the Akpabio administration. He continued briefly as finance commissioner under Governor Emmanuel before he was posted to the ministry of housing and special duties.The former governor, Mr Akpabio, who is the Senate Minority Leader, declined PREMIUM TIMES’ request for interview.Silverbird Showtime Ltd, a company owned by a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senator from Bayelsa State, Ben Murray-Bruce, was awarded contract for the construction of the Tropicana. (This was before Mr Murray-Bruce was elected senator in 2015).Mr Murray-Bruce said during the flag-off of the construction in 2008 that the Tropicana would create up to 5,000 jobs in Akwa Ibom State when completed.For now, only about 45 persons, including casual workers, are employed at the Cineplex and the bar, which is far less than the 5,000 envisaged, a top-level administrative worker at the Cineplex told PREMIUM TIMES.Former Gov. Godswill Akpabi and the present Gov. Emmanuel Udom Having lunch with an associate ” data-medium-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/THETHE1.jpg?fit=473%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/THETHE1.jpg?fit=604%2C445&ssl=1″ src=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/THETHE1.jpg?w=600&h=442&crop&ssl=1″ width=”600″ height=”442″ data-original-width=”600″ data-original-height=”442″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Former Gov. Godswill Akpabi and the present Gov. Emmanuel Udom Having lunch with an associate” alt=”Former Gov. Godswill Akpabi and the present Gov. Emmanuel Udom Having lunch with an associate” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 442px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 600px;”>An average worker in the two sections earns about N25, 000 ($69) as monthly salary, this newspaper learnt.Both the cinema and the bar are also run by Mr Murray-Bruce’s Silverbird.The company has not made returns to the Akwa Ibom State government since the Cineplex was open for business in 2011, according to sources within the Akwa Ibom government.The top-level worker at the Tropicana said lack of formal agreement between the government and Silverbird is the reason the latter has not been making returns.“Silverbird isn’t paying anything to government yet until there is a formal contract,” says the worker who did not want his name mentioned because he was not authorised to speak on the matter.The worker said Silverbird wants to “recoup millions of naira” they claimed they spent on fixing lightings in the Cineplex.He said Silverbird has been spending money to maintain the facility, as well as buy diesel to power it (the Tropicana was not connected to electrical grid, until May 2018).In addition, PREMIUM TIMES learnt that the state government would not want Silverbird to run the cinema in a businesslike manner, so as not to hurt the locals who may not have the money to pay for the services.Akwa Ibom, rich in oil and gas deposits, is among Nigeria’s richest states. But poverty and unemployment levels in the state are amongst the highest in Nigeria, largely due to corruption and mismanagement of public funds.The state occupies the second position among the states with the highest unemployment rate in Nigeria, according to 2018 data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).It is a low-income economy, where most working class people earn moderate salary working as government employees.At Silverbird cinemas in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, and in Lagos and Abuja, moviegoers pay about N2, 000 for a single movie on weekdays, and N2, 500 on weekends.But at the Tropicana, Uyo, ticket is sold at N1,500 for foreign movies and N1,000 for Nollywood movies.Front view of Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo_ Photo credit_Skycrapercity.com ” data-medium-file=”https://i2.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Front-view-of-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo_-Photo-credit_Skycrapercity.com_-1.jpg?fit=524%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i2.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Front-view-of-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo_-Photo-credit_Skycrapercity.com_-1.jpg?fit=604%2C402&ssl=1″ src=”https://i2.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Front-view-of-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo_-Photo-credit_Skycrapercity.com_-1.jpg?w=600&h=400&crop&ssl=1″ width=”600″ height=”400″ data-original-width=”600″ data-original-height=”400″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Front view of Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo_ Photo credit_Skycrapercity.com” alt=”Front view of Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo_ Photo credit_Skycrapercity.com” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 400px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 600px;”>In the past, a movie ticket was sold for as low as N250 and N500 at the Tropicana.With billions of naira coming into the state coffers as oil derivation fund from the nation’s Federation Account every month, it seems, clearly, that Akwa Ibom’s development challenge, unlike most other Nigerian states, is not really about paucity of fund, but how to judiciously spend the much they have.In five years alone, between 2013 and 2017, the state received N1.029 trillion (about $2.8 billion) from the country’s Federation Account.This is beside the revenue it generates internally.Comparatively, a state like Osun, South-West of Nigeria, receives less than one-tenth of what Akwa Ibom gets from the Federation Account.While construction work was going on at the 258-room five-star hotel at the Tropicana, the state government was also building a 144-room four-star hotel at the nearby city of Ikot Ekpene which is about 20-minute drive from Uyo.Besides these two, Akwa Ibom already has its premier 163-room five-star hotel, Ibom Hotel and Golf Resort, at Uruan which is about five-minute drive from Uyo.A Turkish company, Ronesans Holdings, handled the construction contract for the four-star hotel in Ikot Ekpene whose value government insiders put at about N50 billion.Photo showing the five-star hotel section of the Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net ” data-medium-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Photo-showing-the-five-star-hotel-section-of-the-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_.jpg?fit=262%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Photo-showing-the-five-star-hotel-section-of-the-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_.jpg?fit=604%2C805&ssl=1″ src=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Photo-showing-the-five-star-hotel-section-of-the-Ibom-Tropicana-Entertainment-Centre-Uyo-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_.jpg?w=600&h=800&crop&ssl=1″ width=”600″ height=”800″ data-original-width=”600″ data-original-height=”800″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Photo showing the five-star hotel section of the Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net” alt=”Photo showing the five-star hotel section of the Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, Uyo _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 800px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 600px;”>The then governor, Mr Akpabio, said in January 2015 during an interview with AIT that he was “struggling to make sure” both hotels were finished and ready to host visitors expected in the state then for a friendly football match between Nigeria and Brazil.The friendly, which was to take place on March 29, 2015 at the 30,000-seat stadium built newly then by the Akpabio administration, was later called off by Brazil.“Akwa Ibom can’t afford to put additional money in Tropicana”Governor Emmanuel is frustrated with the “mega” projects initiated by his predecessor, Mr Akpabio.In a leaked audio clip of Mr Emmanuel’s meeting with some leaders in the state, the governor is heard explaining his frustration and what he intends to do with the Tropicana in Uyo and the Four Points by Sheraton hotel, in Ikot Ekpene.The meeting most likely took place at the Government House, Uyo, but the date is, however, unknown.“We are in recession, we can’t manage Tropicana,” the governor said, in the audio.“I am going to lease out that place, people will run it, they will give me money and I will use that money to do something. Whenever they run it and take their money, we take back our asset in the future.”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State ” data-medium-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-1.jpg?fit=465%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-1.jpg?fit=604%2C453&ssl=1″ src=”https://i1.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-1.jpg?w=399&h=299&crop&ssl=1″ width=”399″ height=”299″ data-original-width=”399″ data-original-height=”299″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State” alt=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 299px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 399px;”>Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 3 _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net ” data-medium-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-3-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_-1.jpg?fit=465%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-3-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_-1.jpg?fit=604%2C453&ssl=1″ src=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-3-_-Photo-credit_-Mapio.net_-1.jpg?w=197&h=147&crop&ssl=1″ width=”197″ height=”147″ data-original-width=”197″ data-original-height=”147″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 3 _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net” alt=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 3 _ Photo credit_ Mapio.net” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 147px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 197px;”>Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 2 ” data-medium-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-2-1.jpg?fit=465%2C349&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-2-1.jpg?fit=604%2C453&ssl=1″ src=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Four-Points-by-Sheraton-Hotel-Ikot-Ekpene-Akwa-Ibom-State-2-1.jpg?w=197&h=148&crop&ssl=1″ width=”197″ height=”148″ data-original-width=”197″ data-original-height=”148″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 2″ alt=”Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State 2″ style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 148px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 197px;”>The governor said an incredible amount of money is needed to complete the Tropicana. “I can’t afford it,” he says.He says of the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, “That building is not yet a hotel!”Continuing, he says: “I can’t help it; we must still put in more money. I have heard a lot of people make noise that the governor has refused to open the hotel. Sorry, building is different from hotel. I need $7.2 million to turn that building into a hotel. As at today, I have paid a deposit of $4 million. It is remaining $3.2 million.”Governor Emmanuel also talked about the premier five-star hotel in the state, Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort, which he said has not been making returns to the state government.“Unfortunately, Le Meridien has not been audited in the past 10 years, and they don’t render account to the government. I have just discovered they don’t give even one naira to the government from all the money that is made in the hotel.“At the same time they didn’t even remit their technical management fees to their home office, so they want me to come and pay those technical fees for 10 years.“But in order to keep them, so they won’t leave, I just remitted $900,000 to them, so that they can stay for us to audit them,” Mr Emmanuel said.The governor said he eventually insisted that Marriot, the managers of the hotel, must leave.It’s not clear, however, if the state government claimed any money from Marriot.Interestingly, building of white elephant projects in Akwa Ibom has become a relay race where one leader hands over the baton to another; Mr Emmanuel, taking off from where his predecessor stopped, is currently building a second Akwa Ibom governor’s lodge in Lagos, and an international worship centre in Uyo, despite huge opposition from the people.The design of the International Worship Centre, Akwa Ibom State ” data-medium-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/The-design-of-the-International-Worship-Centre-Akwa-Ibom-State.jpg?fit=526%2C296&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/The-design-of-the-International-Worship-Centre-Akwa-Ibom-State.jpg?fit=604%2C340&ssl=1″ src=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/The-design-of-the-International-Worship-Centre-Akwa-Ibom-State.jpg?w=600&h=338&crop&ssl=1″ width=”600″ height=”338″ data-original-width=”600″ data-original-height=”338″ itemprop=”http://schema.org/image” title=”The design of the International Worship Centre, Akwa Ibom State” alt=”The design of the International Worship Centre, Akwa Ibom State” style=”margin: 2px !important; padding: 0px; border: none; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-size: 14px; font-family: georgia, “times new roman”, times, serif; vertical-align: middle; height: 338px; background: 0px 0px; box-shadow: none; max-width: 100%; width: 600px;”>Mr Emmanuel’s administration is also constructing a 21-storey office building project in Uyo. The cost of the project has not been made public by the government.Some people in Uyo who spoke with PREMIUM TIMES said the administration is “strategically” preparing office accommodation for Mobil Producing Nigeria, in order to put pressure on the oil company to relocate from Lagos to Akwa Ibom State where it is drilling oil.PREMIUM TIMES could not verify the information, as government officials in Uyo declined comment on the matter.Inibehe Effiong, a Lagos-based lawyer from Akwa Ibom, travelled to the state to lead a street protest in March 2017 against the building of the new Akwa Ibom governor’s lodge in Lagos.“Mr Governor, you took an oath of office as the governor of Akwa Ibom State. You did not take an oath of office as the governor of Lagos State,” Mr Effiong said to the crowd.“You took an oath of office to protect Akwa Ibom people, not Lagos State. Mr Governor, you do not need another lodge in Lagos!” he said.In the tension that ensued, several government officials were dissing out conflicting figures as the project cost. One senior government official said then that N10 billion was budgeted for the new lodge, while another said it was “less than N10 billion”.In responding to the criticism, Mr Emmanuel said the government was going to spend a “paltry” N1.6 billion for the new lodge which he said is meant to host people who would want to invest in Akwa Ibom. The old lodge in Lagos is dilapidated, he claimed.“Will Akwa Ibom people feel proud for me to host so many consular-generals, investors in those kinds of dilapidated buildings?” Mr Emmanuel said.Akwa Ibom State also has a governor’s lodge, said to be one of the most sophisticated, in the nation’s capital, Abuja.“Lagos State is a commercial capital of Nigeria, no doubt. But it is not the only entry point into Nigeria. It is also not a mandatory stop-over for potential investors, especially the ones who are interested in investing in Akwa Ibom State,” said Uyo-based lawyer, Imo Akpan, who was among those who protested against the building of the new lodge in Lagos.“The best place to receive an Akwa Ibom bound investor is Akwa Ibom. This is where to exhibit our rich cultural background; this is where to showcase our potentials; this is where to discuss and negotiate hands-on the deals that will move this state forward.“If you have investors who are attracted to the Lagos skyline, chances are that they will not invest in Akwa Ibom.“But if you have serious-minded entities that are committed to genuine business and must be hosted in Lagos, the best place will be to welcome them into the existing state government-owned Liaison offices in Lagos,” says Mr Akpan.How Funds Sunk Into Tropicana, Other Projects Would Have Helped EducationN120 billion Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre, UyoIbom Tropicana Entertaiment Centre, Uyo _Photo credit_ Ubong Ephraim ” data-medium-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Ibom-Tropicana-Entertaiment-Centre-Uyo-_Photo-credit_-Ubong-Ephraim.jpg?fit=526%2C296&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Ibom-Tropicana-Entertaiment-Centre-Uyo-_Photo-credit_-Ubong-Ephraim.jpg?fit=604%2C340&ssl=1″ src=”https://i0.wp.com/media.premiumtimesng.com/wp-content/files/2018/07/Ibom-Tropicana-Entertaiment-Centre-Uyo-_Photo-credit_-Ubong-Ephraim.jpg” style=”max-width:100%;” />

Senator Godswill Akpabio Giggles As He Delights A Slave Mentality Show -Inibehe Effiong

27 May

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It will take decades for us to recover from the brutal damage that Godswill Akpabio has inflicted on the psyche of Akwa Ibom people.

How a man who struggled in Lagos State like I am struggling now before Governor Victor Attah brought him home to serve as a Commissioner suddenly assumed the position of Alpha and Omega baffles me.

The so-called political youths have turned themselves to willing slaves and tools in the hands of a dictator who could not create jobs for them.

What else will make a young and energetic young man to kneel before a fellow human being like him holding a shirt bearing the face of the dictator if not mental slavery and low self-esteem?

Why is it so difficult for these people to see that Akpabio is just an ordinary human being like every other person and not a supernatural being?

This is neither humility nor respect for elders. In Akwa Ibom culture, we do not kneel to greet our elders. We do not even bend to greet.

This is idolatry.

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Akwa Ibom: Essien Udim People Demand Prosecution Of Cult Group Sponsored By Godswill Akpabio

8 Apr

The people of Essien Udim Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State are in the grip of panic arising from the activities of a vicious cult gang, Akwa Marines, said to be sponsored by Mr. Godswill Akpabio, Senate Minority Leader and former governor of the state. The group, led by one Emmanuel Ben, SaharaReporters reliably gathered, has been spreading terror around the local council for over a decade. Godswill Akpabio killer, Emmanuel Ben 2Godswill Akpabio killer, Emmanuel Ben

People in the council area are therefore calling for the prosecution of Ben and his gang as well as the restoration of peace in the area. Already, gang members are said to have started attacking those they suspect of providing information on their activities to the Police.

Emmanuel BenLocal sources said the group enjoys the support of other powerful and influential politicians, the reason it has enjoyed a free reign in Essien Udim, Mr. Akpabio’s local council. Ben is also said to hail from there.

Akwa Marines specialize in killing, maiming and intimidating of political opponents, robbery as well as sundry crimes

In 2014, Ben was said to have imposed a levy, dressed up as “security votes”, on traders during the communal harvest known as Oto-Okom. The levy, which was paid, was only recently challenged by a few brave members of the village. In February 2016, SaharaReporters was told, the gang carried out a robbery in the village market known as Urua Nsong Eto.

The cult group was also said to have kidnapped one Celestine Mel Ikpa (then a staff of Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation). On release from captivity, Ikpa reported to the Police, which arrested and charged the abductors to court except the gang leader.

Also on 28 September 2016, the gang murdered two young men, Udo Friday Udom and Udo Ekpenyong Uwa, ostensibly for stealing a goat.

Sources, however, disclosed that they were murdered for their refusal of offer of initiation into Akwa Marines. Udom’s mother, Madam Nse John Udom, was said to have told the Police that she saw her Akwa Marines members inflicting machete cuts on her 16-year old son and begged Ben to spare his life. The Akwa Marines leader, the traumatized woman was said to have told the Police, also ordered the victims’ bodies burnt. She subsequently fled the community.

A few days later, Ben, said sources, convened a meeting in the village square, where he took responsibility for the murder, saying there was a need to rid of community of goat thieves.

He was also said to have bragged that reporting him to security agencies would have grave consequences, adding that he has them all in his pocket all the security agents have been settled.

Apart from Ben, those who participated in the twin murders were Lucky Effiong Akpan (aka Pope), Marcus Ikut (aka Mbata), the group’s executioner-in-chief, and Philip Udo Udo Ben. Other members stood cult group stood by to watch as though it was a spectator sport.Godswill Akpabio killer, Emmanuel Ben

Godswill Akpabio killer, Emmanuel Ben

The murdered Friday Udom was a cousin to one Victor Udom who, along with Samuel Ikpa, a staff of Exxon Mobil, narrowly escaped assassination during a visit to their community in Midim. The assassination plot was hatched by Ben, Uduak Etim Udom and one Chrisanthus George Udoh.

The near-victims were rescued by a team of policemen on special surveillance duties. The team, led by one Mr. Effiong, an inspector, was said to have been alerted by indigenes. The matter was reported at the Divisional Police Station in Afaha Ikot Ebak, Essien Udim Local Government Area. However, the Police officers were reprimanded, ordered disarmed and subsequently detained by the Divisional Police Officer on the say-so of Mr. Nse Ntuen, the then Chairman of Essien Udim Local Government Area and an Akpabio partisan.  Mr. Ntuen, disclosed sources, claimed to have relayed the instruction of Mr. Akpabio, with whom he was in constant communication. Mr. Akpabio is from Essien Udim.

Last month, the gang broke into homes in the community, taking belongings from owners and destroying properties, an event that provoked a flurry of petitions to the Essien Udim Divisional Police Command, Area Command and the state Police Headquarters. But the Police have not been of much help. Two weeks ago, a victim said a policeman attached to the Essien Udim Police Command warned him against making distress calls whenever the gang decides to attack. The policeman was said to called key members of the gang on his phone in the presence of the victims.

Ben, the gang leader, was recently arrested by officers from the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Squad, a development that was said to have brought out political heavyweights and traditional rulers in the state to demand his unconditional release. He was, however, moved to Abuja. There are indications that plans are being finalized to have him moved back to Uyo, the state capital, where the Attorney-General of the state will arrange for him to be freed.

Ben’s connection to powerful people, said local sources told SaharaReporters, was proved on 8 March at the High Court of Akwa Ibom State, where he was sprung from could also be gleaned from charges of cultism, murder, armed robbery and kidnapping among other atrocities. Delivering judgment on the matter (Suit No. HT/FHR/10/2017) Justice NFN Ntong of the Ikot Ekpene Division of the state High Court ordered Ben’s release. Last year, Justice Ntong made the controversial ruling restraining the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission and Police from investigating any past or present Akwa Ibom State government official.

 

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