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Published On: Thu, Mar 19th, 2015

Curtail Excesses of Your Officials, Anambra Residents in Lagos Caution Fashola



LAGOS MARCH 19TH 9URHOBOTODAY)-The people of Anambra State State resident in Lagos under the aegis of Anambra United Assembly of Nigeria (AUAN has advised Lagos State government to curtail the excesses of its organs that descend on Ndigbo that are doing legitimate businesses in Lagos.
They alleged Lagos State officials are fraudulently exerting huge sums of cash from them in the name of carrying out official functions.
The group who made this known at a press conference held at Uruagu Hall, Orile, in Lagos on Thursday, insisted that being the biggest investors in the economy of Nigeria in general and Lagos in particular, and statistically constitute about 65 per cent of Ndigbo in Lagos they do not deserve such oppression from Lagos state government officials.

The group which claimed that they own so much that huge part of the corporate, personal, business revenue taxes collected are from their operations in Lagos State disclosed that any political office seeker that do not specifically consult with them to protect their interest have not bargained well and may lose their votes in the elections nationally or at state level, even as it admitted that up till now none of the political gladiators have consulted with it to know what the group wants done or rectify in the next dispensation toward protecting their group interest as residents in Lagos State, particularly.
AUAN President, Barrister Emeka C. Nwosu, accompanied by the National Secretary, Barrister Okwu Udoagwu, Director of Finance, Chief Mike Okwuma, Comrade Chinedu Agina, Director of Operations; and Matron Adaora Umenduka (Eze Nwanyi), told newsmen that support for the candidates will be based on first come first serve, urging Anambra people to make sure that they collect their Permanent Voters Card (PVC) while advising the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to be fair in the distribution of the permanent voters’ card.

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