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How Wike’s Security Officers Almost Shot Amaechi, Pointed A Gun On His Head & Beat Up His Escort

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Nov 12, 2017 – REVEALED: How Governor Wike’s Security Officers Almost Shot Amaechi, Pointed A Gun On His Head & Beat Up His Escort Policeman

Governor Amaechi has finally released a statement on the bloody fight that took place between FSARS officers guarding him and Governor Nyesom Wike’s security officials in Rivers State yesterday.

Here is his statement;

“In a blatant show of naked raw power, Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi this afternoon narrowly escaped being shot by security men attached to the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike. His car wasn’t that lucky though. The car was vandalized with a broken side mirror.

The incident occurred in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, along Trans-Amadi road, Nwaja axis. The Minister had arrived Port Harcourt this afternoon.

Accompanied by cars of many of his supporters, the Minister’s black jeep was intercepted and blocked at the junction by the security Motorcycle Outrider attached to Wike after two cars had passed through. One of the two cars had security men assigned to protect the minister in Port Harcourt.

Suddenly, gun-totting security men attached to Wike’s convoy, surrounded the Minister’s car, threatening to shoot him. They hit the car, tried to smash the windscreens, back and side windows and broke a side mirror. All through this attack, Amaechi remained calm, inside the fortified Jeep. While the attack occurred, Wike remained inside his vehicle.

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“The Rivers governor and his troops physically assaulted by slapping and bruising the policemen, especially Inspector Johnson Imonikhe, Sgt. Eteng Ewelu and Sgt. Princewill Ubaji, attached to the transportation minister and the governor made away with the AK-47 rifle of Sgt. Princewill Ubaji, one of the policemen attached to the transportation minister.

“The AK-47 rifle was forcibly taken away personally by Governor Wike, who was accompanied by his CSO. The policeman with blood on his face, Sgt. Eteng Ewelu, was hit with an iron by Wosu (Wike’s CSO), in the presence of the Rivers State governor.

“The snatched AK-47 rifle is still in the custody of the Rivers governor’s team and the incident has been referred to State CID (SCID) for investigation.”

The Minister eventually passed through after the intervention of the security team on ground to protect him in Port Harcourt. However, when Governor Wike got to the point where the incident occurred after Amaechi’s vehicle had gone by, his security men blocked the road again, dragged out from a vehicle and thoroughly beat up a police man attached to protect Amaechi in Port Harcourt. The Policeman’s riffle was also taken from him.

Wike came out of his car, and with his security team was going from one vehicle to another, of Amaechi supporters, charging at them, harassing and abusing them. Wike’s security men were heard loudly insulting Amaechi and called him all sorts of derogative names.

This is a crass show of high handedness, arbitrary behaviour and abuse of public office by a State governor who has no care for the safety of Rivers people.”



  1. Junior Nwanme

    November 12, 2017 at 12:05 AM

    Dis crazy wike is a Thug I feel pity for the people in his state.

  2. Mr Blaq

    November 12, 2017 at 6:22 AM

    Governor Nyesom Wike remains the right person to governor Rivers State now. I mean, it can only take a real THUG to contain the excesses of a thug like Rotimi Amechi back by the Federal Government. How can you come into a State with over 50 security details to inspect a project, forgetting that that State has a mini-president presiding over the mini-country called Rivers State. Governor Wike, thumbs up for putting Rotimi Amechi in his rightful place in the State.

  3. Flavour

    November 12, 2017 at 8:52 AM

    Interesting part of this report states that during the attack’s both men remained inside their fortified vehicles. I rest my case

  4. Flavour

    November 12, 2017 at 8:55 AM

    Interesting part of this report States that during the attacks both men remained inside their fortified vehicles. I rest my case.

  5. DB

    November 12, 2017 at 1:49 PM

    Criminals in high places!
    No be una fault!

  6. Jilo

    November 14, 2017 at 8:30 PM

    To the people of Rivers State, did you all vote this man “Wilkes” into the office or he was installed through the back door? This man has never display a good character of an Office holder. How could you have elected an unethical individual into a highly position of Governor? with the few incidence that I have seen with this man and from his personality, he loves violence, he is not fit to lead the Rivers people. Suppose he accidentally killed Amaechi how could he have explained what has happened? or Is this part of politics?

    Another question to you all is, do you thing this guy had not murder innocent souls before accepted mantle of power? As a governor he should have known that Politics is all about accepting the differences. The fact that Amaechi has different opinion from yours doesn’t mean you have to kill him. What’s politics of bitterness?

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