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Stolen Projects for Politics: FG warns Ubah, Ekwunife, Azubogwu, others

Stolen Projects for Politics: FG warns Ubah, Ekwunife, Azubogwu, others

The Federal Government have cautioned Senators Ifeanyi Ubah, Uche Ekwunife and Chris Azugbogwu over stolen converted projects used for politics.

In what could be described as incredible, unbearable and highly intransigent and preposterous, the federal government through the minister for works and housing, Babatunde Fashola has to stop glorifying major project done by the federal government as theirs.

Stolen Projects for Politics: FG warns Ubah, Ekwunife, Azubogwu, others
Stolen Projects for Politics: FG warns Ubah, Ekwunife, Azubogwu, others

Fashola said this during a public hearing lecture organized by the federal ministry of works and housing in Wuse 2 where he observed that senators and house of representatives from PDP and YPP in Anambra state are busy taking credit for federal government-sponsored projects/programs in a bid to advance their governorship aspiration, an act which he described as criminal and unacceptable, unbelievable and cautioned that such attitude should stop with immediate effect.

Recall that in the recent time, most of these individual mentioned above have claimed to have been responsible for one or two projects in the state, but in reality, they were never in the picture as those projects were fully and comprehensively financed by the federal ministry of works and the National Management Agency ( NEMA).

According to Ichie Daniel Ezeobi, a Media consultant at the Federal ministry of works in Abuja, Fashola said:

“It is quite disheartening and discouraging that a senator who sold the empowerment opportunities meant for his senatorial district and used the fund for acclaimed Political aspiration could have the effrontery to lay claims on federal government-sponsored projects and programs in a state just for selfish governorship interest.”

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