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Okrika community, hometown of the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan in Okrika local government area, has expressed worries with alleged harassment of the first family by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

At a press briefing in Port Harcourt, Tuesday, Chief Sunday Kalaowolo who was flanked by 15 other chiefs wondered why the anti-graft agency would subject the former first family to all forms of harassment when it was not under any form of criminal investigation.

Continuing, the chiefs said no former first family had been so harassed and ridiculed, stressing that the anti-graft agency should respect the laws of the land in its relationship with the former first family.
They said, : “It is a matter of great concern to us that whereas every former first family of Nigeria has not been disrespected, harassed amd ridiculed , that has not been the lot of His Excellency, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR and his darling wife Her Excellency, Dr Mrs Patience Ibifaka Jonathan Having conceded that the Jonathans are not even under any criminal investigation, there is absolutely no justification for their constant harassment by our law enforcement agencies , more so outside the ambits of due process and the rule of law.

As their law abiding traditional leaders, such unbecoming conduct of our law enforcement agencies is completely unacceptable to us “,

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  1. Are these the kind of people we expect to make Nigeria great!!!
    Nobody is above the law. We shall the end of the game.

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  2. Which kind of d law of d land that you want EFCC to obey?
    The law that permit people to still government money and property because she is wife to Mr president? You are disgrace to your people and Nigerian at large. Shame on you

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