Delta Council Chair Allegedly Sells Primary School
OpenLife Nigeria gathers that the Delta State Sapele Local Government Chairman, Honourable Eugene Inoaghan, may have let out the premises of Ajimele Primary School in Ugbeyiyi Road, Sapele, to a church.
This disclosure on the Delta Council Chairman was made public by Sanco Ese of “Gods Pen of Intervention.”
Outside Ese’s disclosure, various sources stated that , the church, desirous to take ownership, has allegedly progressed in the negotiation for outright purchase of the entire school for final conversion to one of its permanent service outlets.
According to Ese’s submission titled How The Sapele Local Government Education Authority Renovated And Rented Ajimele Primary School To A Church After Relocating Them To St Malachy, he wrote:
For those who are desperate about what is happening at St Malachy school, the school in question is not St Malachy Primary school, it is Ajimele Primary school that was relocated temporarily to St Malachy due to an ongoing renovation that was taken place back then .
Today the renovation has been completed but the Local government education authority failed in its duty to relocate the children back to their school premises, instead the place was rented to a church while the children occupy an illegal structure at St Malachy School.
The truth is that the education of these children is not under any form of threat, it is the local government education authority and those that are blinded by Jealousy and sentiments that make it look that way.
Instead of fighting Hon Michel Diden , a.k.a Ejele for taking possession of his own property why not channel that energy towards compelling the local government Education Authority to relocate these children back to their school which apparently is now a worship centre.
Now I asked again between Ejele who has been housing them for some time now, the brainwashed masses and the Local government education authority who should be blamed?” He asked.
But in his reaction, the Chairman of the Council, Eugene Inoaghan, could not offer a direct response to the allegation.
In a telephone chat with OpenLife Thursday morning, the Honourable Chairman simply said “I am in a security meeting.”
He did not, however, assure OpenLife of a later response either directly from him or his media aide.
Meanwhile, Delta State government has said that it has taken full recovery of St. Malachy’s Primary School said to have been sold to a buyer.
The government made the clarifications yesterday in a release made available to OpenLife Magazine.
In the statement, the Honourable Commissioner for Primary Education, Honourable Chika Ossai was said to have frowned at the removal of the school roofs, entry gate, and signpost by the alleged buyer when he led a team to visit the school.