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Ado NULGE of Benue denies involvement in LG Executive Council lawsuit

Ado Local Government employees of Benue State’s Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) have been voted in with a vote of confidence after disowning a petition that had been filed against them.

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Notified of this development on Tuesday, the Ado NULGE concluded their congress meeting in the office of the Council in Igumale.

They made a solemn oath to stand with the union’s leadership, which is capably headed by Comrade Agbese Onazi.

At the conclusion of their meeting, the members passed resolutions separating themselves from the activities of one Mr. Agbo Agbese. They accused him of dubiously gathering false signatures of some members in order to orchestrate a petition against the union’s leadership.

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Despite the fraternity offered to Mr. Agbo—his salary payment point is still in Agatu LGC, but he worked in Ado LGC—the congress noticed that he was focused on causing division and falsely accusing the union’s leadership of embezzlement.

So, the members commanded all NULGE officials—federal and state—and the general public to ignore any petitions or publications from troublemakers. This includes the State Government and law enforcement organizations.

But the Ado NULGE cautioned Mr. Agbo not to pit the union’s reputation against that of his younger brother, Hon. Charles Agbese, caretaker committee chairman for Ado LGC, and to stop trying to depose him from office.

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In an effort to better Benue State and Nigeria as a whole, they unanimously promised the union’s local, state, and federal leadership their undivided support and corporation.

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