The Nigerian police has allegedly recovered the sum of N100 million
allegedly utilized by River state’s Governor Nyesom Wike to bribe INEC
officials


The investigative committee of the Nigerian police has reportedly recovered
N100 million from independent national Electoral commission (INEC) officers
arrested after the Rivers state election rerun.

Nyesom Wike Governor River State


in keeping with Sahara journalists, the investigative committee of the Nigeria
police on Tuesday, February 7, said the recovered cash turned into given to the
INEC officers as bribe through River state governor, Nyesom Wike.

See photographs of cash allegedly utilized by Governor Wike to bribe INEC
officers:

photographs of cash allegedly utilized by Governor Wike to bribe INEC
officers


 don’t forget that the Nigerian police special research Panel arrested 26 INEC
officers who served inside the December 2016 National/State Legislative re-run
elections.

However, a Federal high-court docket sitting in Abuja on Monday, January 30,
refused an application by the Rivers state governor Nyesom Wike to stop the
probe of election violence within the state.

The governor had in advance prayed the court docket to grant an ex-parte
movement for a meantime injunction on a proposed probe with the aid of the
Nigerian police.

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