He expressed his dissatisfaction on the misuse of the armoured helicopters worth over $10 million that the state government gave to them. He therefore expressed that the gifts of the State to the Nigerian Air Force was for them to fight crude oil theft and sea piracy in the state instead of using it to fight Boko Haram. As a way of building the confidence of his State over insecurity in the country, he re-launched Rivers State’s security outfit tagged C4I.
He spoke further by reminding the Nigerian Air Force, that the Rivers State Government had given them two armoured helicopters, he also acknowledged that the former Chief of Air Staff appreciated them.
He therefore boasted by asking, "Which state has done it for Nigerian Air Force in this country?" Not even one, he Said.
Is Governor Woke correct to say no State has done it before?
Why didn't Nigeria Air Force use the gifts for the purpose it was given?
What do you think about this?
Source: Daily Post
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