Enugu govt dismisses letter on Chime’s whereabouts

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By Tony Edike

ENUGU— Enugu State Government has dismissed as a non-issue a letter purportedly written by a group, Save Enugu Group, to the Acting governor, Sunday Onyebuchi, asking him to address the state on the whereabouts of Governor Sullivan Chime and demanding that a delegation be sent to visit him.

A statement signed by Chukwudi Achife, Chief Press Secretary to Governor Chime said though government did not intend to join issues with those he described as “habitual attention-seekers,” it was obvious that having realised that their media attacks had not achieved their intended results, they had now chosen to issue baseless statements as a group.

The statement read:  “Government does not intend to join issues with these habitual attention-seekers. This is, at best, the coming together of men whose views on the incumbent government are well-known and always predictable.

“It is obvious that having realized, perhaps most painfully, that their media attacks have not achieved their pre-determined goal, they have now chosen to issue a statement as a group.”

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