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Wike Did Not Break The Law By Demolishing That Hotel – George Sekibo

Rivers State governor, Nyesom WikeThe Senator representing Rivers East Senatorial District, George Thompson Sekibo has come out to say that Gov. Wike followed due process in demolishing the hotels that broke lockdown order and replacing them with schools.

Sejkibo recently revealed that Wike is a lawyer and a democrat so he cannot break the law.

According to him, the negative comments against the Governor on social media are concerning but most of them are not verified so no one can confirm if they are true or not.

He added that the law had to take its full course on whoever owns the hotel because he clearly contravened the lockdown order and all other laws of the state.

His words, “I feel concerned about the negative comments against the Governor on the social media, however, most of the things we read on social media are unverified and we don’t even know whether they are true or not”.

“I have not read the Executive Order which the governor signed as part of the measures to curb COVID – 19. I am not also conversant with other instructions that he has been giving in the state, since I have been in Abuja from the time the Federal Government locked down the FCT and other parts of the country till now”.

“The law has to take its full course on whoever owns an hotel and he is contravening the lockdown order or any of the laws of the state, the governor is a democrat and he is a lawyer. Being a lawyer, I don’t think he will just wake up leave Port Harcourt, where there are many hotels, and move to Eleme and target just two hotels to destroy. Maybe, something criminal or anti-public interest was being done there. I believe that he will follow due process and he may have followed the due process because I don’t know all the laws in the state”.

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“I am not in the state House of Assembly. They may have their own laws that they are also following. For instance, if a kidnapper is caught red-handed on the strength of the anti-kidnapping law in the state, he goes in for it and this law covers other areas of criminal activities”.

“So a person who commits kidnapping and related criminal activity may have his property confiscated. If a property is confiscated based on the application of the laws of the State that is the law and you can’t fault the Governor based on that”.

“The structure on the property could be brought down and the land left bare without development or the Government may decide to use the land for any other thing in the interest of the public”.

“I have heard stories that one of the young men that owns one of the hotels is an alleged criminal, declared wanted by the State Government. If it is a criminal situation that has to do with kidnapping and killing, then the anti-kidnapping law of the State will hold him”.

“If the law holds him and the Governor takes such action against him, there is no way you can go and query the Governor. The Governor is fighting to ensure that COVID – 19 does not spread much in the State”.

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