Amaechi, who made this known when the Archbishop of the Niger Delta Province of the Anglican Communion and Diocese of Niger Delta North, Archbishop Ignatius Kattey paid him a courtesy call at Government House, Port Harcourt, said he would say all that he knows as he had no political ambition that would have restrained him.
Speaking for the first time in person since the entire saga began; Amaechi said the interest of the forces fighting him was to return the state to its chaotic past.
“I will speak to the state, not now. When I speak to the state, you will not respect any of these people because I am now determined to open up. I am not running for any other position that they would say okay, you must manage information so that people can trust you. How many times have I said people don’t need to trust? I need to quote the law and tell you what the issues are which most people don’t know. I need to tell you and ask that now, you must become your own soldiers, you must become your own policemen.
“Nobody realises how much effort we have put in place for people to walk on the streets. Nobody realises how much money we have put in place to make people walk on the streets. All they are interested in is how they would bring down those efforts. So as men of God, you must stand for the truth and preach the truth” he added.