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CGMC planned relocation:  Otomiewo vows to fight back to enforce Osinbajo’s directive

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By Wilson Macaulay

Chief Victor Otomiewo the Unuevworo of Ekpan in Uvwie Kingdom and former

Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice in Delta State has vowed that he will

employ every legal instrument at his disposal to enforce vice president Yemi Osibanjo’s

directive for companies operating in the Niger Delta Region to ensure that they maintain

their operational head quarters in the region.

Chief Otomiewo the traditional head of Ekpan made this remark while reacting to the

alleged plot of some faceless cabals who are planning secretly to relocate the head

quarters of the Nigerian Gas Marketing Company from Ekpan to Abuja.

While dismissing the story as a rumor, Chief Otomiewo said: “ I must stress here that the

so called plan to relocate the head quarters of the Nigerian Gas Marketing Company from

Ekpan to Abuja cannot be true, for me it is a rumor because, for such a policy to be

implemented it has to be tabled at the top management level or at the ministerial briefing.

To say that cabals are behind the purported plan to relocate the NGMC clearly shows the

crass ignorance of the authors of this fallacy, adding that a cabal cannot under any guise

carry out such evil imagination while we watch aloof.

Chief Otomiewo while answering a question on the possibility of the rumor turning out to

be true remarked: “I don’t want to believe that it is true, but if it turns out to be true then I

will say it is a negation of the directive of vice president Yemi Osibanjo and we the

people of Uvwie kingdom, the HOSTCOM, the Niger Delta People, PANDEF will rise

against it and you know what that means” he said.

 

Also speaking in reaction to the NGMC planned relocation, the National Coordinator of

Concerned Deltans for Good Governance Network Chief Francis Vevakpor contended

that the story cannot be true because for such a crucial decision to be taken it must be

legislated upon at both the House of Reps and the Senate.

He added: “I believe that nobody can out smart or arm twists Senator Ovie Omo Agege to

do that against the collective wish of the Niger Delta people.

Chief Vevakpor called on all state holders to remain calm and treat the rumor as a non

issue.

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