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ALGON-IMC vows to retrieve association from Lawbreakers

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Amidst concern bothering on the crisis besieging the association, leadership of the Interim Management Committee of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria, ALGON has vowed to retrieve and restore the association from the hands of lawbreakes to its glory.

The IMC led by Hon. Abdullahi Shuaibu Maje making this revelation during its National Executive Council Meeting held in Valencia Hotels Abuja on Thursday alongside concerned statutory members of ALGON, reiterated its position that Hon. Alabi Kolade David is not a chairman of any of the recognized local government areas enshrined in the constitution of Nigeria; hence does not have a stake in deductions at source or even the affairs of the association in general.

Recall Alabi led faction of the association had earlier on Wednesday conducted a NEC meeting in Lagos inviting Chairmen and Councilors, reacting to the development, the IMC declared that the meeting held by the former, is in flagrant violation of the subsisting court order restraining him from parading as the leadership of ALGON. It however re-pledged commitment to ensure it legitimately rescue and retrieve the association from the hands of usurpers and lawbreakers.

Also commending the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration for the increment made on the allocations of the Local Government to 3.13 percent, the IMC however begged Buhari, to consider general increase from the current to a 35% general percentage as the responsibilities and burden on the Local Government have overtime become enormous.

The Interim Management Committee who further begged President Buhari to intervene in the current association crisis, revealed that it now has a befitting Office to carryout the activities of ALGON and will in due time write to concerned organisations, MDAs to preempt them officially of the development.

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