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Take-Aways From the George Turnah’s Letter To Dickson

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Take-Aways From the George Turnah’s Letter To Dickson
It is no longer news that Barrister Alabh George Turnah, a godson of former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan wrote a letter to the governor of Bayelsa State honourable Henry seriake Dickson, entitled “Public Appeal To Governor Dickson” in which he among other things advised the governor to complete three major projects in the State capital Yenagoa.
 
In the letter Turnah also fingered the Governor in his travails with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Hear him: “I remember I made a post on Facebook wherein I talked about your administration’s love for blackmailers and sycophants, and the next few days, operatives of the EFCC South South Zonal office in Port Harcourt headed by your very good friend and police course mate, swept on me which I am yet to recover from. I know and recognize your capacities, especially as being that dangerous white shark that can swallow a human being happily.”
 
Since SAYELBA TIMES published the letter, it has received a lot of caustic reactions from the Restoration Government’s Social Media team.
Our question now is what are your Take Aways from Mr Turnah’s epistle to Dickson?


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