Friday, 4 March 2016

Victor Umeh visits Gov. Obiano, debunks allegation .

 L-R: Chief Norbert Obi (Anambra state Chairman of APGA), Chief Mrs. Prisca Umeh, Chief Willie Obiano (Governor of Anambra state), Chief, Sir. Victor Umeh (Former APGA National Chairman) and Chief, Dr. Victor Ike Oye (APGA) National Chairman at the Government Lodge, Amawbia today.

By Uche Nworah

The Governor of Anambra state, Chief Willie Obiano today welcomed Chief Victor Umeh, his wife, Chief Mrs Prisca Umeh, the national Chairman of APGA, Chief, Dr.  Victor Oye to the government lodge, Amawbia. Chief Umeh, APGA's candidate for Anambra Central Senatorial District re-run returned from Abuja today  where he had been questioned by the DSS over allegations that he is one of the sponsors of MASSOB and IPOB.


Reacting over his invitation for questioning by the Department of State security in Abuja on Thursday ., chief Umeh said after interrogations from the DSS, they were able to understand that he has not in any manner maligned the President or said anything that will bring disrepute to his administration or the country. 
 
He appreciated Governor Willie Obiano for whose quick intervention on the issue facilitated his quick release as the governor made them to understand that he is a true Nigerian who is not known for misgivings.
Chief Umeh while thanking the DG of DSS for having high regards for his personality and that of the state and for treating him with  utmost regards said the allegation that he is rubbishing the image of the President in a rally was false. 


 
Chief Umeh noted that all allegations against him were all  treasonable allegations and not connected with corruption or money laundering. 
He described the move as the hand work of his political opponents who wanted to incaserate him stressing that he will not be deterred but will continue to fight for the right of Ndi Igbo under the law.


The governor, Chief, Dr, Oye and Chief Umeh were still in a closed door meeting at the time of filing this report.


Photo and report credit Uche Nworah

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