Of Provost, Dr. (Mrs) Agnes Olojoba And Govt. Audit Report


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Dr. (Mrs) Agnes Olojoba

Dr. (Mrs) Agnes Olojoba


PREAMBLE:

Provost of the Delta State College of Health Technology, Ofuoma-Ughelli, Dr. (Mrs.) Agnes Olojoba has proven that she does not have respect for constituted authorities.

She has gradually begun to violate extant rules of her engagement as Provost.

She has equally resorted to the use of threats and vile intimidations to suppress her celebrated failure and show that she actually has certain persons in government or elsewhere beating the drum for her to dance in shame.

In my nearly 30 years of professional journalism practice, I have chosen not to often bother about her kind but she has just pricked my calmness and forgotten how she gave in on her sin earlier. Well, I can understand why she has decided to act in her “wisdom”.

She lied in October, which is the month of her birth.

She probably does not know the conundrum in financial instructions.

On October 17, 2016, the embattled Provost and her cronies were made to appear before a panel of enquiry at the office of the Delta state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Nicholas Azinge, the same day she wrote and published a legal threat about me via her supposed legal advisers (Keyamo Chambers), who I learnt are her kinsmen.

The Commissioner for Health, Dr. Nicholas Azinge who chaired the panel could not have advised her to seek legal leeway.

In very near rude manner and disrespect to constituted authorities, she undermined the exalted office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Rt. Hon. Barr. Ovie Festus Agas, whom I learnt is also her kinsman that directed the autiding of the financial records under her watch based on the orders of His Excellency, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa.

She had also gone ahead to issue threat calls to me and seeking legal leeway without consulting with the Governing Council, a constituted authority inaugurated by the Delta state Governor, which also has her kinsmen as members. I wonder who her advisers are.

Truth to be told, I am yet to meet Dr. (Pharm.) Nelson Ejakpovi, the Chairman of the Governing Council of the College for the first time. I do not seek favour from men because it comes from God. My interest was simply to right the wrong by emphasising on the Audit Report but Mrs Agnes Olojoba has turned against me instead of the state government and has begun to chew so much and so loudly by proclaiming sainthood in her pit of sin.

It may however bemuse me if her counsel, Barr Omonade Matthew Esq of the Festus Keyamo Chambers encourages any form of financial misappropriation or fraud by backing certain indicted persons in the society. Anyways, some facts are sacred and can only be presented in a courtroom. Guess two weeks has not elapsed.

***Watch out for full details of GOVT. AUDIT REPORT:The Report of The Special Audit of the Accounts of the School of Health Technology, Ufuoma dated 1st September, 2016 and signed by C. G. Amudo, Auditor General,Delta State.

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