From Fred Itua, Abuja
The Ndiaga General Assembly, Amaechi Uwani, Awkunanaw, Enugu State, has warned the general public to disregard some impostors parading themselves as leaders and representatives of the community.
Reacting to some media reports, solicitor to the Ndiaga General Assembly, Ike Ozor, said the assembly, formerly led by one Mr. Jasper Okey Aga, was lawfully brought to an end by the judgment of the High Court of Enugu State.
He said a committee led by Mr Chinweuba Agah, was duly elected as subsisting executive committee of the General Assembly. He said by the Constitution of Ndiaga General Assembly, the executive committee was entrusted with the powers to oversee and manage all the landed properties communally owned by Ndiaga Amaechi, Awkunaunaw.
He said: “In 2014, the eight clan heads of Ndiaga Amaechi, Awkunaunaw donated a power of attorney to the supporters of Mr. Chinweuba Agah, but the faceless impostors in the said publication purported to have registered another power of attorney in November 2019, without disclosing the donors of the power of attorney.”
“By the powers conferred on the Chinweuba Agah led executive committee, they reserve the exclusive prerogative to determine and decide what entity to partner with, in the course of the development of the ancestral land and have found Titanium Projects and Steel Resources Limited worthy of the responsibility.”