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Ijaw Youth Council seeks arrest, prosecution of impersonators

Ijaw Youth Council seeks arrest, prosecution of impersonators
Udengs Eradiri
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The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC), Worldwide on Tuesday asked the police to arrest and prosecute some persons impersonating key officials of the council.

The IYC was particularly unhappy with the activities of Elvis Donkemezuo, whom it accused of impersonating the office of the president of the council, Mr. Udengs Eradiri.

The council said Donkemezuo allegedly produced business cards and letterheads of IYC president among other insignias of the office.

It said Donkemezuo was going about with some misguided youths to deceive members of the public.

The president of IYC, Mr. Udengs Eradiri, who spoke on Tuesday, claimed that Donkemezuo was visiting some oil companies operating in the Niger Delta, claiming to be the IYC president and seeking economic empowerment from the oil firms.

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Eradiri said though Donkemezuo is an Ijaw youth, he is not a member of the IYC because he has not been paying dues.

He said: “The truth is that this young man (Elvis Donkemezuo) is going around claiming to be IYC president, and presenting himself to oil companies that he is the leader of the IYC in a bid to gain economic favour from the oil companies.

“The public must note that this individual is an impostor, and the people moving around with him. He has business cards, letterheads, sending such specifically to companies, especially Agip, NPDC and Shell. He is going everywhere that he is IYC president.”

He said the objectives of the youth body did not include using it as a platform to “harass” oil companies but to ensure sustainable peace in the region.

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