Former Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, says he has no rift with Governor Douye Diri.
Dickson mentioned his absence from authorities capabilities was deliberate and in consonance along with his ideas of non-interference.
In a press release on Thursday, the Senator representing Bayelsa West, mentioned he was supportive of Diri’s administration.
Dickson denied fuelling media assaults in opposition to the state authorities by a few of his former aides.
John Idumange, former Basic Supervisor of Bayelsa Broadcasting Company, alleged diversion of N3billion agricultural mortgage obtained by Dickson’s administration from the Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN).
Idumange, ex-aide on Analysis and Documentation to Dickson, claimed the current administration was diminishing the efforts of Dickson’s authorities.
He vowed to report the alleged fraud to the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC).
Responding, Dickson mentioned nobody supportive of him or a PDP member ought to publicly criticise the federal government.
“I’m conscious that a few of our occasion stalwarts and members that I led in these unprecedented battles and victories, have one complain of non-inclusion or the opposite which is regular.
“The governor and the occasion can be found to handle these points and as such, don’t name for a public assault on our authorities as a result of an assault on the governor and his authorities is an assault on our occasion and I don’t approve of such.
”My function and my responsibility as former governor and the primary governor to have performed eight years, who midwifed the method of reelection, is to advise, help and pray for the success of this administration”, the lawmaker famous.
Bayelsa politics: Dickson downs rumors of rift with Diri