PA Edwin Clark, an esteemed elder statesman and Ijaw leader, has revealed a fascinating encounter with former Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi. In an interview with The, Clark disclosed that Amaechi approached him with concerns about a report allegedly sent to the late President Umaru Yar’Adua, labeling him a cultist. Amaechi vehemently denied the allegations, affirming his Catholic faith. Clark quoted Amaechi as saying, “He said he was not a cultist and that he was a baptized and confirmed Catholic.”

The former governor sought Clark’s support and requested him to become his godfather, leading to frequent visits to the government house in Port Harcourt. According to Punch, however, their relationship was affected when Amaechi had conflicts with then Vice President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife. Clark stated, “But when he had problems with (the then Vice President Goodluck) Jonathan and his wife, it affected my relationship with him.”…….CONTINUE READING

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This revelation offers a unique glimpse into the intricate dynamics of Nigerian politics and the personal relationships between prominent figures. Clark’s account highlights Amaechi’s efforts to clear his name and seek guidance from a respected elder statesman. The interview provides valuable insights into the complexities of political alliances and the impact of conflicts on personal relationships.

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