Anxiety in Delta Council as indigenes, staff call for removal of administrative head

There is growing anxiety in Oshimili South Local Government Council, Delta State, over reported redeployment of


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Anxiety in Delta Council as indigenes, staff call for removal of administrative head

 

There is growing anxiety in Oshimili South Local Government Council, Delta State, over reported redeployment of one Emmanuel Agbeyeke to the council for the second time as Head of Personnel Management, HPM, Fresh Angle International can report.

An electronic mail sent to newsmen, Friday May 3, alleged that a clarion call “have been made by indigenes of the Local Government and staff of the council for the immediate removal of the HPM (Emmanuel Agbeyeke)”.

The mail purportedly authored by a certain Comrade Okolo Ndah Victor, opined, “it is an aberration and abnormal to return the HPM to the council for the second time at this period the country is practicing true democracy”.

He argued that Emmanuel Agbeyeke should be removed, “based on report of his involvement in maladministration and financial misappropriation of the council treasury when he served as HPM”.

Comrade Okolo Ndah Victor further alleged, “when Agbeyeke worked as HPM in the council about 10 years ago, he was allegedly involved in the looting of the council treasury, which led to his immediate transfer with his accomplices. It was learnt that part of the money, he fraudulent looted from the council was used by him to build a hotel called Fresh Dew at Odiachi Street, Asaba and another known as Royal Garden Hotel at Sapele/Amukpe Road, Abavo”.

 

 



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