The Committee for the Defense of Human Rights (CDHR), the Delta state chapter, has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate the activities of the chairman of Odidi community in Warri South-West council area of the state, Chief Johnny Aribogha.
The rights group, in a petition signed by its chairman, Prince Kehinde Taiga, and made available to journalists in Warri yesterday, alleged that Chief Aribogha had been diverting moneies belonging to the community into his private accounts, an act it viewed as less than transparent.
But in reaction to the allegation, the chairman of the oil-rich community, described the allegation as baseless and malicious, adding that those sponsoring the petition had a personal growse against him as he his tenure had put an end to the monopoly of the leadership of the previous administration.
The CDHR had alleged that Aribogha had been diverting community funds into the bank accounts of his private businesses, using his personal accounts to manage community funds, adding that he had been using court processes to sabotage attempts to answer questions on the allegation before the Inspector-General of police.
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