Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Rivers State has expressed grave concern over what it described as the deplorable condition of the Rivers State Government House, Port Harcourt, and liaison offices in Abuja, Lagos and other places.
In a statement signed by his special adviser on media Jerry, Needam, the state party chairman, Felix Obuah called on the new governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, to do everything possible to recover the loots.
The PDP chairman also noted that the ugly development was responsible for the delay in the use of the Government House by the new governor and his aides, stressing that “with the level of looting and damage witnessed in all offices, halls, rooms and the entire premises of the Government House, one is not sure that the place can be ready for use in the next three months.”
Obuah regretted that all official vehicles of government used by former Governor Rotimi Amaechi and aides in Port Harcourt, Lagos, Abuja, among others were either stolen or vandalised.
The PDP said it was not happy that the people of the state had been thrown into such a pathetic situation when they did not deserve it, considering the huge resources that had been available to the former governor.
The PDP again called on the governor to ensure that anyone responsible for the looting of government properties in Rivers State Government House, liaison offices in Lagos, Abuja and other places was prosecuted to serve as deterrent to others, saying the PDP government in the state was determined to provide transparent and people-oriented government.

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