Pipeline Surveillance: Omadino Community, not party to your meeting with Tompolo – Aginejuone tackles INYC President

Self-styled veteran litigant and member of Omadino Liberation Group, OLG, Comrade Oritseweyinmi Emmanuel Agbenekuya Aginejuone


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Pipeline Surveillance: Omadino Community, not party to your meeting with Tompolo – Aginejuone tackles INYC President
Comrade Oritseweyinmi Emmanuel Agbenekuya Aginejuone


Self-styled veteran litigant and member of Omadino Liberation Group, OLG, Comrade Oritseweyinmi Emmanuel Agbenekuya Aginejuone, otherwise known as ‘Emma Lagos’, has vehemently kicked against the recent visit of a delegation of Itsekiri National Youths Council, INYC, led by the President, Comrade Weyinmi Isaac Agbateyiniro to High Chief Government Ekpemupolo aka Tompolo, saying: Omadino Community, is not a party to the meeting and Comrade Agbateyiniro, has no legal right or any stand, to speak for Omadino”.

 

Fresh Angle International can report that pictures/video of the visit of the INYC leadership to Tompolo, surfaced on social media platforms last night, with a broad spectrum of Itsekiri youths posting scathing comments, insinuating that the jaw-jaw between the Itsekiri youth leaders and Tompolo, was in connection with the Pipeline Surveillance contract recently awarded to Tompolo’s firm by the Federal government.

 

Comrade Aginejuone, who sent series of threads to This Flagship Niger Delta Online Newspaper this morning, Wednesday September 7, stated: “I accept that Agbas (Comrade Weyinmi Agbateyiniro) is the INYC President. Omadino Community vehemently kick against the video of his visit to Tompolo, the video/publication, was for his interest, not the interest of Omadino Community.

 

Agbas, should stay clear from Omadino land issues, our ancestors passed the land to us by legal document, in suit no: W/29/1949. Tompolo cannot guard our pipeline for us.

 

Agbas, should remember what Abraham Lincoln once said; ‘For every selfish politician, there is a dedicated leader’”.

 

Whilst stating that there are Omadino indigenes, who are prepared to give their lives for the Omadino land, Comrade Aginejuone, opined: “One thing that will stand after our demise, is our legacy”.


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