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Niger Delta youths express regret over smear campaign against Edu


The Niger Delta Progressive Youth Alliance has expressed regret over the defamation and unnecessary blackmail campaign against the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Beta Edu.

In a statement issued on Saturday by the National Chairman of the organization, Comrade Ebiegbeli Jonathan, the organization said that the fictitious articles were sparsely disseminated by a few yellow journalism patrons, and that the organization has promoted Edu to the national club. He said that he did not ignore the fact that there was a malicious connection with the financial misappropriation. Social Investment Program Agency, NSIPA.

The newspaper described this as a diversionary tactic by a group of individuals angered by Edu's transparency and audacity in exposing NSIPA corruption, which helped the anti-graft agency investigate.

“The leadership of the Niger Delta Progressive Youth Alliance completely deplores the campaign of slander, media robbery and unnecessary blackmail against our daughter Dr. Beta Edu by insurgents in certain parts of the country. I express my heart.” The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation is their exclusive jurisdiction.

“Furthermore, we are particularly perplexed that certain sections of the country feel that a person from the Niger Delta region, let alone a southerner, cannot serve as the head of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation. A person who is not from the Niger Delta region cannot serve as the Director-General of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.It is therefore a disgraceful attempt to frustrate the good efforts of the government.'' In order to serve his policy, he blackmails an honorable minister and ultimately removes her from office. ”

He maintained that the people of the Niger Delta strongly support Edu and are proud of her achievements as minister so far.

The group further added: “As a people, we stand against any attempt to unnecessarily intimidate, distract or distort the good work being done by the Honorable Minister in pursuit of President Tinubu’s A New Hope agenda.” “I'm frowned upon,” he added.

The group commends the Minister of Health for her ability to serve as her track record during her time as Director General of Primary Health Care and later as Cross River State Health Commissioner stands as evidence of her passion, sacrifice and selflessness. There is no room for doubt, he stressed. the downtrodden and the poor.

Source: dailypost.ng

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