The documents that Integrity Group has sent to President Muhammadu Buhari may cost Rotimi Amaechi, former governor of Rivers state, the place in ministerial list.
The Integrity Group has also sent a well detailed appeal to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of corruption of ex-governor.
The claims are so strong and detailed that the author is supposed to be an accountant-lawyer.
The group backs the allegation with an affidavit sworn to in a law court.
This petition lists the fraudulent sale of Rivers state power plants amount to over 60,000,000,000.00, payment of over 1.5 billion to collect solution Nigeria Ltd for collecting taxes. Also listed the non-remittance of funds recovered from sales of government assets to government accounts but rather to private accounts and breach of trust.
The ex-governor was at the lead of the insistent “change campaign” that saw Buhari appeared victorious in the March 28, 2015 presidential poll Amaechi even served as PMB campaign director.
See the petition below:
It should be noted that in the lists of supposed ministers, which were circulating in the media, Amaechi was set to head the incoming APC government’s cabinet as Secretary to the Government of the Federation.
However, the presidency called on Nigerians to give the new president time.