Former Bayelsa Governor, Alamieyeseigha is dead…APC’s Plot To Extradite Him To UK Aggravated His Health –GroupFeatured, Latest News, News Saturday, October 10th, 2015
BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The Former Bayelsa governor, Deprieye Alamieyeseigha has passed away at the age of 63.
Alamieyesiegha’s health was said to have deteriorated and rushed to a private hospital in Port-Harcourt where he slipped into comma as doctors were said to have battled to save his life until he passed on.
Mr. Alamieyeseigha was the first executive governor of Bayelsa state from 1999 to 2005.
Recall that earlier this week, the British authority indicated plans to extradite the late former governor to UK to face money laundering charges pending against him in United Kingdom.
Meanwhile, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been accused of being behind the death of Chief Dieprieye Alamieyesiegha, who passed away in Port-Harcourt just this evening (Saturday).
A socio-cultural organisation, Izon Brotherhood in the Diaspora, which made this known in a statement widely distributed to the media from Germany said the recent extradition notice by the United Kingdom aggravated the health of the former governor and his subsequent death.
Spokesman of the group, Arc. Pere Jones, however, lambasted the APC which he claimed was behind the recent extradition notice that must have aggravated the health of former Ijaw leader who allegedly died of heart attack.
Jones condemned the alleged role of the APC which reportedly influenced the inclusion of Alamieyesiegha’s name among those wanted by the UK government even after going through the whole legal hurdles of prosecution, conviction and later pardoned.
Jones was particularly critical of the role allegedly played by some Ijaw sons whom he accused of working hand-in-hand with the APC to undermine the Ijaw nation.
“Clearly, it’s a shame to all our Ijaw brothers who are in league with the APC, witchhunting and working against their fellow Ijaw brothers ans sisters, being singled out for alleged corruption charges. They should be ashamed of themselves. Frankly no Ijaw man worth his salt should have anything to do with APC. With what they have done to our dear leader, Alamieyesiegha, no right thinking son or daughter of Ijaw extraction should be seen associating with the APC. His death is really unfortunate”, he stated
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