Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has mentioned that they’ve written a protest letter to President Buhari, asking for the £4.2 million James Ibori loot which was repatraited to the nation by the UK authorities to be returned to Delta state.
The Delta state Governor who revealed this on Wednesday March 24 when he appeared on a Channels Tv programme, mentioned he believes that because the cash was stolen from the state it might solely be simply to return the funds again to the state.
“I’ve spoken with the attorney-general of the federation. My attorney-general went to have a gathering with him. I believe that we’re working and we’re more likely to come on the identical web page. Now we have written a proper letter of protest to Mr President.
“In the identical method of the connection created between the UK and Nigeria, we additionally anticipate that the Nigerian Authorities will do the identical factor by being magnanimous to return the cash again to the supply, which is Delta State.”
The Governor mentioned that to ensure that Deltans will profit from the repatriated loot, they offered choices to the Federal Authorities and made a compelling case for the state.
“Now we have made two options; return the cash on to us or apply it on to tasks that we really feel are of significance and are in Delta State in order that Deltans can immediately profit from the repatriated funds and I don’t suppose anyone can fault that line (of considering).”