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Delta First Lady, Roli Uduaghan, In Land Grabbing Mess….How She Built Multimillion Naira Private School On Govt Land



Roli Uduaghan

Roli Uduaghan

When people in power chose to forget that public office, are like private trust, bestowed on them, for the good their people, not their individual aggrandisement. Then, they need to be questioned, as they do not have the integrity to be in power any longer.

If half of what we are hearing is anything to go by then Delta’s state first lady Roli Sheila Uduaghan, and to large extent her husband, Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has a case to answer.

Many sources are accusing the first Lady of using public funds to build a gigantic multi-billion naira private school on government land, in Asaba.

According to investigation by Sahara Reporter, Delta State Government was planning to build a clinic and a police station at the site before “the First Lady grabbed it”. gathered that the new project is being built as part of the governor’s wife’s pet project name, “I Care Foundation’. Laying credence it’s being financed with state funds. We learnt, that the full boarding institution, which comprises nursery, primary, secondary and theological schools, is expected to open in September 2014. They compared it to the “Nkoyo Ibori Children’s Referral Medical Center, Agbarho,” a project initiated by the wife a the jailed former Governor James Ibori, Theresa Nkoyo Ibori. Where is Ibori now?,the 350million naira project is now moribund.

Information Commissioner Chike Ogeah confirmed it’s private undertaking, “Actually the project is a private one and my duty is not to monitor individual private projects but rather government projects.”he told Sahara Reporters.

-Culled from Urban Life

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