We write to inform the general public, the lies been peddled by local politicians in connivances with Sahara Reporters, whom published a fake/misleading story with the title: DELTA ASSEMBLY IN BATTLE WITH DESOPADEC AGAIN, HIJACKS 2013 CONTRACTS, SUSPENDS BOARD MEMBER WITHOUT CERTIFICATE. Published on May 12, 2014.
(1)There is no iota of truth in the story allegedly published by Sahara Reporters. This is a clear case of campaign of calumny by some local politicians who are jittery over the politics of 2015.
(2)It should be noted that at no time did the Delta State House of Assembly sat at plenary to suspend Hon. Kenny Okolugbo (Representing the good people of Ndokwa Nation at the board of DESOPADEC).
(3)That any information, emanating from any person or group of persons with regard to the suspension should be disregarded by the general public, as it is a clear work of distractors.
(4)On the issue of certificate forgery, it should also be noted, that one of the person (Mr. Azuka Russel Enujeke), carrying the fake information of the certificate forgery has been charged to court, In suit number: CMA/131C/2014. COP VS Azuka Russel Enujeke, on the recommendation of the Inspector General of Police, who recommended that;
(i) Mr. Confidence Ajede, who later turned out to be Mr. Azuka Russel Enujeke after further investigation, should be charged to court for giving False information and
(ii) Also charged for using fictitious name in petitioning Mr. Kenny Okolugbo to the Police.
Attached is a copy of the Police report recommending the trial of Mr. Confidence Ajede for giving false information to the police.
(5)It should be on record that Mr. Kenny Okolugbo tendered his Degree certificate, were he graduated from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma 1996/1997 with a Second class Honours, while he was testifying for the prosecution in court on 08/05/2014 and was admitted as exhibit.
(6)For the fact that this matter is already in court, it will be prejudice to comment further on this.
(7)We ask Sahara reporters, when and where did they meet Sir. Kenny Okolugbo that amounted in quoting him as contradicting himself and at the same time being boastful. Knowing fully well that this issue bothering on his academics is already in court, Okolugbo has little or nothing to say, else it will amount to prejudice.
(8)On the point of allegedly diversion of public funds meant for development. We make bold to say, Hon. (Sir) Kenny Okolugbo has done/commissioned more projects in Ndokwa Nation, since the inception of DESOPADEC; which was evidenced in him being christened MR. PROJECT by one of his colleague in the commission. Therefore, there is no iota of truth in this as it is a mere propaganda by local politicians (enemies of progress), who are afraid of the numerous monumental projects embarked upon and commissioned under Hon. Okolugbo’s purposeful and eventful one year stay in office.
(9)In line with the foregoing, isn’t it laughable, that Sahara Reporters will publish any story that hit her mailbox without going on field work to verify the authenticity of the information. We do expected Sahara Reporters to have been professional enough to investigate this story before rushing to publish same. Now that it is clear that neither Delta State House of Assembly nor DESOPADEC Board suspended Hon. Kenny Okolugbo, we expect Sahara Reporters to kindly do a refuter to that effect. As it wouldn’t be out of place to say, Sahara Reporters has become a willing tool in the hands of the fifth columnist and enemies of progress in Ndokwa Nation.
(10) Hon. (Sir) Kenny Okolugbo (A.K.A. Mr. Project), is a good ambassador of Ndokwa Nation, who has within one year in office as Commissioner representing the good people of Ndokwa Nation, commissioned over forty (40) projects in line with the 3- Point Agenda of our amiable Governor; H.E. (Dr.) Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan.
We therefore, call on the general public to disregard Mr. Okolugbo’s distractors and please do yourself a favour and visit Delta State or better still Ndokwa Nation in particular to see the good works of Hon. Kenny Okolugbo.
Ndokwa Good Governance Initiative.