OIL FACILITY OWNERSHIP: Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Tackles Iduwini Youth Over Claim Of Facility, Cautions Them To Beware

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The apex youth body of Ogulagha Kingdom in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State have tackled their neighbouring youths in Iduwini Kingdom over claims of listing oil facilities belonging to Ogulagha Kingdom as theirs.

The Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council otherwise known as OKYC while commending the Iduwini youths for lending their voice on the ongoing Marginal Oil Fields bidding and other underdevelopmental issues by the federal Government and oil bearing communities in the Niger Delta region had also expressed worry on why the Iduwini youths should be listing Ogulagha Kingdom facilities as their own.

OKYC expressed their displeasure via a statement personally signed by the President General of Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council, Hon. Justice Timiadi Akuna, a copy of which was sent to CoastalTimes News earlier today warned that such misrepresentation of facts could lead to misunderstanding between the two kingdoms.

In his words: “Therefore, we condemn in totality the false claim to our facilities vis-a-vis Britina U Ajapa field, Crude Loading Platform CLP, Beniboye Oil Field, Forcados Effluent Water Disposal line, Agip Drilled and Cocked Wells, Trans Forcados Pipeline and others who’s claims are bent on misinforming the gullible public that are not well abraised with the true situation of things within our environment.”.

The statement reads in full below:

OGULAGHA KINGDOM YOUTH COUNCIL CAUTIONS IDUWINI KINGDOM YOUTHS LEADERSHIP FORUM, BERATES ODIMODI YOUTH PRESIDENT OVER FALSE CLAIM ON OIL FACILITIES BELOGING TO OGULAGHA KINGDOM .

The attention of the OKYC leadership has been drawn to a purported and malicious publication by the Iduwini Youth Council in an online publication dated 17 August, 2020 claiming ownership of oil facilities belonging to Ogulagha Kingdom that they do not have an iota of link to which is targeted at misinforming the public.

According to Friedrick Neizsche: “All truth that are kept silence becomes poisonous.”

Therefore, we condemn in totality the false claim to our facilities vis-a-vis Britina U Ajapa field, Crude Loading Platform CLP, Beniboye Oil Field, Forcados Effluent Water Disposal line, Agip Drilled and Cocked Wells, Trans Forcados Pipeline and others who’s claims are bent on misinforming the gullible public that are not well abraised with the true situation of things within our environment.

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