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Governor Wike Finally Reveals The Real Reason Why Justice Odili’s House Was Invaded

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has claimed that the invasion of Justice Mary Odili of the Supreme Court resistance in Abuja was an attempt to assassinate her.

Wike while speaking at a press conference in Abuja on Sunday noted that the security forces that invaded Justice Odili’ s home was an assassination attempt.

He accused the Federal Government while emphasizing that if anything happens to Odili’ s family, they will be held responsible.

According to the governor, he claimed that series of events has revealed that the Odili family is being targeted.

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His statement reads: ” We are informing the world that if anything happens to Dr. Peter Odili’ s family, the Federal Government should be held responsible because they have proved that there is something they are about carrying out. “

” The Federal Government should be held responsible if anything happens to my Lord, Justice Mary Odili, her husband, and their children. “

” That is the Rivers State government’ s and people’ s viewpoint because enough is enough! “

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” I believe it is an effort to assassinate Justice Mary Odili, her husband, and family members since there are no other options. “

” And if they’ d been successful, all that the federal government would have said is that we’ d get to the root of the matter. That’ s how they normally said. Then, in a week or two, everybody will be quiet.

” But this will not be the same because this is an assassination attempt. “

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