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More trouble for Malami, as GbaramatuVoice publisher campaigns against his attempt to change name of maritime university

….worldwide condemnation greets attempted injustice

…..Minister fast becoming an embarrassment to Buhari’s govt

Just a day after the senate humiliated the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, over his attempt to prevent the prosecution of Abdul Rashhed Maina, who is being accused of mismanaging Pension Funds, a concerted and coordinated media campaign, #OkerenkokoNotOkerenghigho, by the Publisher of GbaramatuVoice, Jacob Abai have been trending on social media worldwide, as prominent personalities condemn the unpopular move by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, to surreptitiously effect the change of name of the maritime university.

#OkerenkokoNotOkerenghigho, sets out to set the records right as it concerns the maritime tertiary institution, and it has become an issue that have whipped up a lot of sentiments and emotions among all other Nigerians, with many pitching tents with the Ijaws over the issue.

The publisher launched the campaign in the wake of a memo written by the Attorney General, who is fast becoming an embarrassment to the President Muhammadu Buhari’s government, to the National Assembly, urging it to change the name of the university.

GbaramatuVoice publisher, Jacob Abai launched the campaign on Monday, tasking stakeholders to speak up against the planned evil agenda of Itsekiri Youth Council and the Olu of Itsekiri against their Ijaw landlords.

Several Ijaw Indigenes, local and worldwide have expressly and earnestly voiced their support for the campaign.

The initiator of the #OkerenkoNotOkerenghigho, Mr. Abai has vowed to continue the campaign, until justice is seen to have been done.


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