The traditional Prime Minister (Ologbotsere) of Warri Kingdom in Delta state, Chief Ayiri Emami Friday in Benin City, Edo state capital said contrary to what was making the rounds, he has no personal issue with the Olu of Warri designate; Prince Tsola Emiko but that all the action he has taken was to ensure the tradition of Itsekiri was followed.
Emami spoke to journalists at the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) Zone 5, Benin City after over two hours of interrogation over the alleged invasion of the palace of Olu of Warri where some items were reportedly missing.
He said: “I was actually invited based on the incident in Warri and it happens to be the invasion of the Olu palace that was why I was invited and I told them I know nothing about that because I was not even in town when that incident happened so I know nothing about it and I told them I know nothing about it.
“It is about the laid down procedure, which is one of the reasons why I am here and I have actually told the police. The police have actually questioned me on that issue, what led to the invasion; I have answered that and other issues I can’t divulge
“I did not sign any undertaken, all they asked was who invaded the palace and that certain things are missing in the palace, they wanted to know the whereabouts of those things and I actually told them what I know.”