Leave Stella Oduah Alone, N’Delta Group Tells Reps

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The Niger-Delta for Peace, Credible and Visionary Leadership, NDPCVL, has defended the embattled Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, saying, she should be left alone.

In a press statement by its national president, Mr. King-jerry Prebor, NDPCVL said, “She is the best thing that had happened in the aviation industry in regards to new looks, renovation, equipment, training of staff, among other things in our airports.”

“The House of Representatives should be concerned with laws that will better the lives of the people, such as the ban of aircraft above 30 years from date of manufacture. It is an open secret that the aircraft bought and used by our airline operators are far above 30 years.

“The death rates are as a result of old age of the planes brought into the country. Why are the lawmakers looking at only one side when it is obvious that the neck will ache? It is their failure that has cost the nation millions of lives, they failed to move a motion to save the lives lost, but instead are shouting about cars bought by NCAA, not even for the minister’s personal use,” he said.

“It is true that the Central bank Governor Malam Sanusi and the former Minister of Education, Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili raised an alarm that law makers will shut down the country, why did they not raise a motion to look into that.

“The motion moved by Hon. Samson Osagie, seconded by Hon. Shehu Gusau of APC failed to include why our refineries are not working, casualization of workers in the oil industry with peanut as salary, ASUU strike, low salaries for the military, police and civil servants.

“We, the NDPCVL are watching with keen interest the activities of the lawmakers; we urge them to live up to expectation as it will not be business as usual. They should make enabling laws to force air line operators to buy brand new air-crafts to make the air space save for air users,” he said.

According to Prebor, “The major problem affecting the aviation sector is too many unnecessary interference, the ministers in the various ministries should be allowed to take charge absolutely and that that will bring productivity,” he added.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Well spoken King,please house of reps try to probe farouk lawan,embe,bankole,ndidi elumelu & yourselves first before probing others,though we are watching,before I forget you’ve not told us you collected 1.8 billion naira from governor ameachi to take over Rivers state House of Assembly in july 2013.

  2. Donjeff, I think this whole article from a group that is ethnically biased and shallow.
    If truely Jonathan has zero tolerance for corruption, I expect him to sack Oduah for gross mismanagement of public funds.
    Then face the rest.
    When some fools come out to claim they’re Niger-Delta youths and so on, I always wonder which part they’re from cos I’m from Delta state, and some of us aren’t that myopic or shallow minded… Or simply seeking attention from the presidency.

  3. As we can see, d country doesn’t have one voice against corruption. Same thing happened during so call “fuel subsidy”! It’s better d country divides on time!

  4. Dis r 1 of d drummers n supporter of grand corruption n theft in our country,this man shld b arrested.this is hw ̶̴̳̐̿̾̈́͠Ɛ̤̥̝̈̊̊ support looting n embezzlement.its tym d pple of south-south revolt against dis foolish grp dt tend 2 say dey fight 4 d pple,cos most of d leaders of dis grp r big tym thieves.

  5. And why must she be left alone? must we always support evil in the name of tribe and tribalism. The same senseless group that said Ibori should be left alone. Continue to mortgage your future and that of your children.

  6. Y must dey buy d expensive cars for er bcos of wetin na two head she get ni?dnt suport wats not cos of tribalism let call a spade a spade.

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