The Interim Administration Committee of the Affiliation of Native Governments of Nigeria (ALGON), has written a proper letter was written to Inspector-Basic of Police, Mohammed Adamu over alleged prison conspiracy and impersonation in opposition to the affiliation.
The IMC, by its Chairman, Mr Abdullahi Maje, additionally wrote to the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) over alleged monetary misappropriation by the previous administration led by Hon. Kolade David.
DAILY POST recollects that the Basic Meeting of ALGON, which is the best decision-making organ of the affiliation had final week inaugurated a seven-member of IMC, headed by the Chairman, Suleja Native Authorities in Niger State, Maje, to pilot the affairs of the affiliation for the subsequent six months.
The best organ had on Could 30, 2020 throughout its extra-ordinary digital assembly, resolved to arrange the interim administration committee over the lingering disaster rocking nationwide management of the affiliation.
It mentioned the approval for the structure of the committee was obligatory as a result of comatose standing and conflicts amongst members of affiliation for the previous eight months.
Nevertheless, the petition dated third August, 2020, a replica of which was obtained by DAILY POST was responded to by the IGP by his Principal Workers Officer, DCP Idowu Owohunwa, assuring the affiliation of thorough investigation into the problem.
Maje appealed to the police boss and the anti-graft company to save lots of the closest authorities to the grassroots from “destruction being perpetrated by some individuals” alleged to be some individuals who served prior to now administration.
The petition partly learn, “Since coming to workplace as Chairman of the IMC, now we have been inundated with mind-boggling fraudulent actions allegedly perpetrated by the above named particular person in live performance with different individuals.
“The referenced infractions in opposition to ALGON are being known as to questions by some public-spirited organisations.”
Earlier, the Coalition Towards Corruption Initiative (CACI) had additionally petitioned EFCC and different anti-graft businesses, claiming that it was “in possession of hard-facts and paperwork” which indicated that there was alleged fraud within the affiliation.