Ohanaeze Youths Demand Suspension of Subsidy Report [Protest Photos]



The Protest

– As Flood Victims Accuse FG of Frustration

The arrest and release of the chief executive officer of Capital Oil and Gas Ltd Dr Ifeanyi Ubah has raised further dust over the partiality of the subsidy committee led byMr Aig-imoukuede.

To this end the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth chapter has called for the suspension of the report and the committee, alleging a calculated attempt to destroy the business of their fellow Igbo youth.

In the same vein, the victims of flood disaster in Anambra state have alleged that the Federal government is aiding the traducers of Ubah in frustrating them from receiving relief materials.

According to a release signed by the Anambra state youth leader for Ohanaeze Ndigbo Mr Omeifeukwu Hypo Ifeabunike, Ike Okakpu for Anambra central, Michael Obi for Anambra North, Ifeanyi Okoye for Anambra south and Nick Ibeh, state secretary, the body said,

We demand the immediate suspension of the Aig-imoukhuede committee report as it is not worth the paper it was written on. It is clear that Aig-imoukhede and Access Bank plc have a grand plot to capitalize on the subsidy probe to render Capital Oil & Gas Ltd insolvent and subsequently acquire the vast Capital Oil jetty in Apapa if not the entire business of the company.

In a protest of Anambra flood victims led by Barrister Mike Ikebudu at Umueze Anam in Anambra West local government area, the victims contended that, The government should make public all subsidy probe reports from 2006 to date, so that the people can access the truth in subsidy.

The Letter



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