BREAKING: Amaechi will not be screened – Senate shares reasons

The Senate has said that former governor of Rivers State who was billed to be screened today will not be part of the exercise despite his name being reflected on the order paper.

This development follows the failure of Senator Samuel Anyanwu’s led Ad-hoc Committee on Ethics, Public Petitions and Privileges to submit their report at today’s plenary.

The Committee had reported that it was yet to submit its report on the petitions against Rotimi Ameachi to the Committee of the whole, hence, the Senate will have to stay action.

“You will recall that the Committee on Ethics, Public Petitions and Privileges has been investigating Mr Rotimi Ameachi, a ministerial nominee from Rivers State. As I speak, the report is yet to be concluded”, Anyanwu maintained.

Meanwhile the Senate President ruled that AMEACHI’S name be delisted from the Order Paper while assuring that the report would be ready tomorrow.

However, Ameachi was seen on the balcony of Committee offices making desperate calls earlier when Senate went into close-door session.

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15 Comments

  1. What is desperate call on his personal call?Even if i have his number, i might call him to either ask question or congratulate him. Nothing is desperate in call.

  2. All those na story for the God’s, let wike continue Ameachi must be our minister, How do they know is desperate call Ameachi is making yeye people.

  3. but who are those senators to screen someone.. Senate president has a case, while many of others are looters. NIGERIANS should stop buying this there hypocrisy!!

  4. If the Senate is too tired or overworked to screen this man, they should better send him to Rivers state house of assembly for screening. Delay is dangerous.

  5. THIS IS FUNNY….HAS HE BEEN PROVED GUILTY OF ANY CRIME? WHY ARE THE PETITIONS COMING NOW,HAS IT BEEN ASCERTAINED THOSE PETITIONS WERE NOT SPONSORED! kai! “DANBOROBA” DAD BELLE”.

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