Emami distances self from newly constituted Ugborodo Interim Caretaker Committee

A prominent member of the oil-rich Ugborodo Community in Warri South-West


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Emami distances self from newly constituted Ugborodo Interim Caretaker Committee
Mr. Andrew Emami


A prominent member of the oil-rich Ugborodo Community in Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State, Mr. Andrew Emami, has distanced himself from a purportedly constituted new Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee as published in pages 34 and 35 of the Vanguard Newspaper of Tuesday July 7, 2020, saying he was not consulted before the controversial composition and subsequent publication.

 

Mr. Emami, who spoke to Fresh Angle International in an exclusive telephone chat this afternoon, Tuesday July 7, noted that it will amount to prejudice for him to consent to membership of the controversially published Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee, “when I am the Auditor of Ugborodo Community Trust, UCT, constituted 2019, which some aggrieved members of the community dragged to court and the issue is still a subject of litigation”.

 

The Vanguard publication which had the imprimatur of a supposedly constituted 32-member Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee, with Prince Perry Atete as Chairman and Mr. Christian Akpieyi as Secretary, was done with a letter head of Ugborodo Community Council of Elders.

 


Copyright: Fresh Angle International (www.freshangleng.com)


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