former managing director of the interim management committee of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Joi Nunieh, promised to reveal more secret I’m the NDDC in order to curb the hand of corruption.
The Nigeria police officers were reported to have surrounded Ms Nunieh’s private residence since 4 a.m. Thursday.
But a video on social media showed the state governor leading a procession to Ms Nunieh’s house, and leading her to the government house, Port Harcourt.
Now at the government house, Ms Nunieh alleged that the siege on her house was on the orders of Niger Delta minister, Godswill Akpabio.
“I think he (Akpabio) wanted to stop me from giving my submission today (at the House of Representatives Committee hearing on NDDC),” Ms Nunieh told reporters.
“He succeeded. But I am sure the House of Representatives would give me another day, and Nigerians will hear more.
Akpabio can’t kill me. Definitely, he can’t. I am not from Uyo now,” she added. “But why do people think he has the monopoly of violence?”
“The man who (sexually) harassed me is at home. The man who stole money is at home. The man who stole government files is at home. The man who took money is at home. The man who wanted me to take (a fetish) oath is at home. It is a criminal offence, it’s life imprisonment, to take such an oath. To even offer me an oath is liable,” the former NDDC MD said.