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Delta State lead representative, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has spoke to the Federal Government to return the £4.2 million recuperated from previous lead representative James Ibori or put it in indicated projects in the state.

Okowa, who talked during the quarterly media collaboration with columnists in Asaba, said his administration had composed letters to the principal legal officer of the alliance and the administration and had engaged them on the need to return the assets to the state or channel it to projects.

“Since the cash is in the country we are currently ensuring it is gotten back to the state,” Okowa said. “Letters have been composed and we have made bids to Mr president and the head legal officer of the organization.

“We requested two things, it’s either the cash is gotten back to us or the cash is applied to projects in Delta State and we have proposed a few tasks to which the cash can be applied. The £4.2 million is about N2.2 billion by current trade rates.”

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Okowa additionally said his choice to break up and rejig the state chief chamber was educated by the need to empower the public authority “work without pressure, and to empower individuals to seek after their inclinations.

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The lead representative depicted the security circumstance in the country as stressing and that Delta State isn’t saved saying “this isn’t the place that is known for our fantasy, where it is presently hard to go ashore, not in light of a mishap but since of crooks.

He said the gathering by the Southern lead representatives in Asaba and the sweeping choices they took was to the greatest advantage of the nation saying the goals would push the country ahead, join together and make improvement for Nigeria

He uncovered that another gathering of the southern lead representatives was in the offing where they would circle back to the previous choices in the primary gathering.

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