THE STOPPAGE OF IFEOLUKOTUN-JEGE RECONSTRUCTION CAUSED BY DISAPPEARANCE OF DAVID OLUSOLA ADEKUNLE AN INDIGENE OF OGBOM FROM SITE WITH N90,000,000(Ninety Million Naira)
Greetings to my people of Southeast Yagba,
I tried to patronize our people by giving most of the jobs going on in Yagbaland to them; while some behaved well and are trustworthy but DAVID OLUSOLA ADEKUNLE from Ogbom has displayed characteristics of a wayward person to my ultimate surprise!
From beginning of the job I noticed the way he was handling the Road and complained but he said I should be watching him and will do a good job. FERMA equally wrote unsatisfactory letter to him about the way and manner he is handling the job including the slow pace of the work and I called his attention to the standard the other Engr Deji Isaac Aina who is handling Jege-Ijowa is doing his own with almost the same amount of money given to him. As at today David hasn’t done half a Kilometer on this Road and several calls have been made to him but he kept saying he will resume today, tomorrow but till now he is nowhere to be found!!! In fact he no longer picks calls put across to him him!
Asides this Road projects with him, other projects given to him personally by my humble self are not done satisfactorily and not completed. He has absconded from all the sites but he will be fished out even if he traveled outside this Country. I decided to allow our people know what is happening on the Road project which is as a result of diversion of funds by one of our sons from Oke-Oyi whose aim is for the Road project not to be done but he has failed.
I am using this medium to inform our Royal Fathers, good people of Southeast Yagba that I will use all Legal means through Security Agents in the Country including INTERPOL anywhere in the World because I learnt he is trying to run away from Nigeria with the money to enable me retrieve the money from him.
On the entire stretch of the Road from IFEOLUKOTUN-OLUKOTUN – IJOWA be rest assured it will be done this year though it will take long a longer time because of huge money involved and volume of works to be done. I have asked the other Engineer to take it up from where he abandoned the project. I will look for money to continue the work pending when funds will be available from government for the projects.
Hon Leke Abejide MHR