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The former Federal Commissioner for Information said this in an open letter to President Tinubu.
The group’s assertion came after the elder-statesman levelled various allegations of impropriety against Okowa, including the diversion of N1.7 trillion revenue that accrued to the state between 2015 and 2023.
The Eagle Online recalls that the Court of Appeal had on Friday discharged him of a case of treason, ordering his release.
Clark made the appeal when members of the Delta Central All Progressives Congress Leaders of Thought (DELCAT) paid him a solidarity visit in Abuja on Tuesday.
It is imperative I remind him that I didn’t betray my people, rather I am doing my best to reintegrate them into mainstream politics.
Kalu, in a statement he issued on Thursday in Abuja, reiterated his determination to continue to advance the Igbo cause.
Kalu in a statement issued Tuesday in Abuja, said that it was his desire and intention to run for the Presidency.
The situation in Nigeria is that without the support of other regions, it would amount to a shadow chase for a South Easterner to be President. This is the reason I have been in the frontline of the call that the two major political parties, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) should zone their presidential tickets to the South East as they did for the South West in 1999. In the absence of this zoning, I shall return to the Senate and stay away from the presidential contest. The reality is that the North is more advantageous to win elections in this democratic setting.
The former Federal Minister of Information, stated this in a statement he issued in Abuja on the 2023 presidential election.
He said this in an open letter to respond to accusations by the Leader of the Pan Niger Delta Forum and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Ijaw National Congress, Chief Edwin Clark.
Wait a minute! How did this happen? I knew Tony was indisposed. But nothing indicated that he was heading home so soon.
Clark, in an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, described the plan as mission impossible.
The group led by elder statesman, Chief Edwin Clark, said it is a very “sad and bad day” for Nigeria that despite the overwhelming outcry of the people of the South-South zone, the President still went ahead and signed the PIB into law.
National Leader of PANDEF, Chief Edwin Clark, said this at a media briefing, in Abuja, on Monday.
The call was contained in a communique jointly signed by its National Leader, Chief Edwin Clark and its Chairman, Sen. Emmanuel Essien, issued after its General Assembly and made available to journalists on Tuesday, in Warri.
Tony Uranta, UNDEDSS Executive Secretary, in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos said that the Niger-Delta had not taken position on the ongoing agitations by various emancipation groups.
The two organisations stated this at a special webinar meeting, organised on Monday in Lagos, to mark to mark the 93rd birthday of the PANDEF Leader, Chief Edwin Clark.
Bashorun Ogieh said Chief Clark, who is celebrating his 93rd birthday, is an avowed advocate of equal rights, defender of justice and fairness.
The group said this on Sunday at a press conference in Abuja