Group Seek Peace Over Land Dispute in Ugboko Community


By Lazarus Zakaa, Abuja.

The people of Idumuje Ugboko community in Aniocha local government Area of Delta State has been asked to shield their sword and allow peace to reign over the issues of land grabbing between them and Prince Ned Munir Nwoko.

The Christian/Islamic Movement group in a joint statement signed by the national president, Apostle Gbenga Jack Boluwafemi, Vice president, Abubakar Shehu Kankara, national publicity secretary, Comrade Hajia Mariana Aisha Admiral and national treasurer secretary Chujwuemaka Igbekwe Eze noted that as an independent body established mainly to preach unity, peaceful co-existence and development of every segments of Nigeria devoid of ethnicity, tribes, religious, political affiliations and for this clarity purpose, we want to open the eyes of the indigene of Ugboko in Aniocha Local Government Area of Delta State Nigeria, not to give room to their enemies to jeopardize the massive development God is already using their Son Prince Ned Munir Nwoko to bring to their terrestrial.

The group as explained that, the so call allegations of land grabbing by Prince Ned Nwoko to build private University which some elements who are negatively envious of his massive God given wealth are championing is not only laughable but at the same time very painful.

According to them, “If by the time the university is fully completed, no doubt the economy of Idumuje Ugboko in Aniocha LGA and the entire Delta State as well as Nigeria will indeed improves significantly.

“We appealling to some disgruntled elements and charlatans been used by the enemies of our nation, that are using all the available resources at their disposal to cook up unverifiable allegations against Prince Ned Munir Nwoko who no doubt is been presently use by God to turn around the fortune of Nigeria through the recovery of Nigeria Billions of Naira from the Paris club, to allow peace to reign and as well wait for the final decision of the court of law.

“Prince Ned Nwoko to us should rather be highly celebrated instead of been humiliated and insulted on daily basis on media platform base on mere allegations of land grabbing which is still pending at the competent court of law.”

They further added that for clarity purpose, we wish to point to those enemies of Prince Ned Nwoko who are want to cause enmity between Prince Ned and the Indigenes of Idumuje Ugboko, to desist from that.

We the Islamic/Christain Movement for Peaceful Co-Existence, Unity and Development wish to call on all the opposing bodies in this lingering mere quarrel on land grabbing allegations against Prince Ned Nwoko to follow the due process which we’ve already learnt based on our findings that’s already pending in the competent court of law.

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