Igbo Group Ohanaeze Ndigbo Cautions Against Undermining Tinubu-Backed Road Development Efforts

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Cautions Contractors Against Hindering Tinubu-Led Road Projects

The Igbo group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has issued a stern warning to contractors, urging them to refrain from obstructing the efforts of President Bola Tinubu’s administration in delivering quality road infrastructure through the Ministry of Works.

The group alleges that certain contractors are actively working to undermine the administration’s sincere commitment to addressing the deplorable state of roads nationwide.

Disruptive Contractors Accused of Discrediting Administration’s Commitment

In a press statement released by Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s Secretary General, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the group has called on contractors to cease their disruptive behavior.

The statement emphasizes the need for contractors to acknowledge the administration’s genuine efforts in road construction and allow Minister of Works, Senator David Umahi, to focus on adopting “Concrete Technology” for road development.

Legal Consequences for Maligning Senator Umahi

Ohanaeze Ndigbo sternly warns contractors against funding faceless groups or media outlets with the intent of tarnishing Senator Umahi’s image.

Any attempts to spread misinformation or engage in baseless attacks will be met with swift legal action.

The group emphasizes the collective support of Ndigbo and all well-meaning Nigerians for President Tinubu’s commitment to rebuilding and revitalizing Nigerian roads.

Unity Against Attacks: Igbo Group Condemns Contractors’ Deceitful Attempts

The press statement strongly condemns what Ohanaeze Ndigbo perceives as futile and deceitful attempts by corrupt contractors to launch baseless attacks against the government.

These contractors, allegedly displeased with the shift towards cement and concrete technology in road construction, are accused of resorting to cheap blackmail.

The group declares allegations of a 9.3 billion payment to a microfinance bank as false and unauthorized, refuting claims reported by an online newspaper.

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