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YOUNG NIGERIA RIGHTS ORGANIZATION WRITES AN OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNOR IFEANYI A. OKOWA THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF DELTA STATE

AN OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNOR IFEANYI A. OKOWA THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF DELTA STATE 
By Comrade Victor Ojei
DG YOUNG NIGERIA RIGHTS ORGANIZATION

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Attention: Sir,
PETITION AGAINST The DG of DESTMA, Cdr. Azubuike Idah activities of corruption and abuse of office, HE MUST GO, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH OF STIGMATIZATION OF DESTMA a.k.a OKOWA POLICE, LEGACY MUST BE PROTECTED

Government in all democracies is about providing good life for its citizens. Anything short of that is travesty and disservice. Nobody has power to reduce government fines that was regulated and constituted into the bill that established Delta State Traffic Management Authority - DESTMA by Delta State House of Assembly. DESTMA was created to control traffic and protect lives but today the reverse is the case.

We want to bring to the kind attention of his Excellency the Executive Governor of Delta State, House of Assembly, Chief Judge, Commissioner for Justice and all Security Agencies about The Director General, Delta State Traffic Management Authority (DESTMA), Cdr. Azubuike Idah activities of corruption and abuse of office.

There have been payments short paid are misappropriation of government funds through collection of fines from offenders at the office of DESTMA, by the law it is expected of traffic offenders to go to the bank to make payment and on submission of Proof of payment your vehicle is released to you but the reverse is the case.

We have multiple videos of this practice that if we release it to the public domain on social media and traditional media nationally or internationally will not be good for the image of Delta State Government. Nobody has power to reduce government fines constituted by the state House of Assembly, he slashes it even by 50% we have a lot of victims documentations proof with us that we also do not want to share with the media yet, The DG Cdr. Azubuike Idah boasted on phone call that we recorded him that he has the power to do it and that nobody can say anything of do anything about it. If we should go ahead should the needful not be done by Delta State Government to leak this to the international, local and social media houses, this will bring more stigma to the legacy of the Governor of Delta State.

Keep in mind that the DESTMA is often called OKOWA POLICE by more than 95% of Deltans, this thus stigmatizes the legacy of his Excellency the Executive Governor of Delta State. A few weeks ago the chief Whip of Oshimili South Local Government area almost lost his life after the tube connected to his heart was removed while a DESTMA officer was trying to remove his car keys, he eventually collapsed and went into coma and was rescued by police and passersby who rushed him to Saint Luke Hospital, DBS Road, Asaba where the tube was reconnected back to his heart. Prior to that day of the event he has been on weekly dialysis at the above named hospital twice in a week where he pays the sum of N80,000 naira. The DG went ahead to threaten him verbally and by text messages that should he go to court over his attack that he will ensure he loses his case cause himself owns this Delta State.

Cdr. Azubuike Idah did not stop there he also threatened the D.P.O of A Division Asaba via phone call verbally and via text messages, what manner of man does this ? He threatened the Police D.P.O simply because he told him to release the DESTMA officer who did the act of assault and attempted murder on the politician who happens to be the current chief whip of oshimili south local government area and the DPO advised him that he wants the victim to wake up and be stable for fairness to the family of the victim on hospital bed but the DG of DESTMA said he cannot take no for an answer and threatened the DPO that he will remove him and put him where he belong, he made this call at our presence, he put the phone on speaker, what impression is he trying to give to the public? We could provide all these evidences stated above for your perusal.

The DG of DESTMA also mocks the Governor and his close family and friends who are popular that he has dealt with them when they committed traffic offense, does he need to do this to make his point for offenders to go ahead and pay the fine of their offence they were booked for? what is his motive behind these name calling? Why will he always boast?

The continuous silent treatment from Governor Ifeanyi A. Okowa about the activities of human rights violations and abuse by DESTMA means it is supported. We have cases where DESTMA officers used iron rod to break windscreen of a lady at Maryam babangida way few weeks ago at the front of Poon Fuel Station, when we communicated with the DG of Destma he did a cover up lie that the victim was the Branch Manager of Keystone Bank, if you should go back to these banks at Asaba, there was nobody like that, the DG of DESTMA lied to us.

He obviously misleads us because we visited these banks and verified there was no lady as such existing. He was not even at the accident scene. African Proverb says “a monkey cannot vouch for the money on the mothers back but can only vouch for the one inside her stomach” why will the DG of DESTMA be vouching and communicating convincingly about an incident that happened in his absence?

Furthermore, We want to say that it is against the practice as constituted by the laws of DESTMA to engage in collection of public funds into private account or at the office, thus making it a wrong practice, it is expected that all payment of fines are to be paid into the designated Delta State Government Bank account with Zenith Bank, we also want you to know that we also have victims that DESTMA officers collected money from directly and shared it amongst themselves, these victims are willing to testify to these corrupt practices.

We are hoping to hear from you shortly cause litigations might proceed if nothing is done to correct these activities of corruption and abuse of office.

I hope this helps to make Delta State Stronger.

Yours Faithfully.
Comrade Victor Ojei
DG YOUNG NIGERIA RIGHTS ORGANIZATION

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