Duncan Mighty accuses Governor Amaechi of owing him N50

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Singer, Dunacan Mighty claims Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State owes him N50million. In a long open letter made available to Dailypost, Duncan Mighty called out to the Governor, asking him to pay him for the services he has rendered to him and his government. According to him, “On the 30th of March 2011, I single handedly organised a Celebrity Youth Endorsement Concert in Port Harcourt where I successfully endorsed over 18,000 youths who are eligible voters for the Governor, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.” He said during the organisation of the event under the express approval of the Governor of Rivers State and his cabinet, he was allegedly given the sum of 10 Million Naira through the then secretary to the state Government. Senator Magnus Abe, but he is yet to be given the balance of Fifty Million Naira, saying that they promised to “me as soon as possible.” “In pursuit of the said project, I thereafter raised funds through different sources including personal savings, loans and credit facilities, acquired operational vehicles and branded them for the project, procured several souvenirs, printed many publicity materials, paid for venues, engaged musicians from different parts of the country, undertook logistics such as flight/Accommodation/Transportation and welfare.” He cried out in the letter. He further wrote “The project was concluded as scheduled and the results were achieved, but since then it has become almost impossible to have an audience with the Governor so as to get my balance. I also visited the Government House on several occasions, and all efforts to get my money proved abortive. However, the last straw that broke the camel’s back was when the governor systematically started avoiding my calls and personal visits in a bid to deprive me of the balance of the money for a job which I successfully executed.” He concluded by saying that ‘The rumour mills have it that the Governor of Rivers State has given me juicy contracts including all manner of flashy cars, but I stand here today to debunk such tales, because I have not received as much as a bicycle spoke from Governor Amaechi. I will like to state that this has nothing to do with party politics, I am seriously appealing to everyone who knows Governor Amaechi to tell him to pay me my money in the name of God.” He wrote.

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