Ministerial Nomination: Why Stella Okotete Is Under Attack - APC Group - Green White Green -


Ministerial Nomination: Why Stella Okotete Is Under Attack – APC Group



The leadership of APC League of Professionals has accused those it described as mischief makers and ‘Bad Belle politicians’ of being behind the petitions against the emergence of Hon Stella Okotete as the ministerial nominee for Delta State.

The group particularly accused vested interests within the Nigerian Export – Import Bank where Okotete has served as  Executive Director in charge of Business Development to be interested in derailing her nomination.

The group in a statement released to newsmen in Abuja on Saturday by the national publicity secretary of the group, Mr. Brown Justice was, however, mum on the allegations raised against Okotete by a number of stakeholders. reports that a Senate report had urged her to resign her position as Executive Director on her lack of appropriate qualification while some others had alleged other misdemeanours against her.

But rebuffing the assertions, the APC League of Professionals said:

“These elements connived with some vested interests within the NEXIM Bank who are opposed to the many transformative reforms introduced by Hon. Stella Okotete to write fictitious and fraudulent petitions against her ministerial nomination before the Nigerian Police Force and the National Assembly.

“The conspirators failed to realize the fact that Hon. Okotete has been able to grow the non-oil sector of the Nigerian economy to enviable heights; thereby reducing our dependence on oil and gas to be the country’s major source of foreign exchange earner to the barest minimum.

“Therefore, we call on the National Assembly, the Nigerian Police Force and the Nigerian public to ignore the frivolous petitions against Hon. Okotete as that is the handiwork of vested interests and political desperatoes who don’t want any other person except them to rise from nothing to something.”

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