Mama Ariella, the Nigerian actress and content creator, has claimed that Nyesom Wike, Rivers governor, demolished her family home.
Ariella put out a video via her Instagram page in which she alleged the governor ordered, among many others, the takedown of a sentimental building belonging to her late in-law in Port Harcourt.
She also claimed the demolition of the building, which was “legally” acquired, left some people homeless.
“I try my best to show kindness. I’m out every day telling you guys [to] be kind to one another. Help yourselves, we are all we have. Yet kindness has eluded me and I’m so shattered. I was so close to my mother-in-law,” said Ariella as tears drop from her eyes.
“So this one hit me deep in my heart. My husband is one of the strongest persons I have ever met. The fact that this happened and I’m sure it broke him but he didn’t want to tell me because he knew I would cry.
“He finally told me just now. Gov. Nyesom Wike thank you for erasing my family’s memorials. May karma give you what you deserve in life. For over 35 years my inlaw owned this property and just in a twinkle of an eye, it’s gone.
“At least I have a voice and I can speak out but Gov Wike rendered thousands of people homeless, threw their things onto the street yet nobody said a word.”
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Ariella’s claim comes a few days after an Abuja property belonging to Joseph Egbri, ex-lover of Tonto Dikeh, the actress, was similarly demolished on the allegation that the land on which it was erected was illegally acquired.
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