July 21, 2024

Alapala Lashes Out On Oodua Peoples Congress, CSCMP Over Call To Review Tompolo’s Contract

By Ndu Samuel

Member representing Burutu North, Delta State House of Assembly and Minority Whip of the State House of Assembly, Hon. Alapala Anthony Ebitonmo, popularly known as Odumalagba of the Universe has lampooned the Oodua Peoples Congress (Reformed) and Civil Society Coalition for Mandate Protection over call for the review of Tantita Security Services Nigeria Limited, owned by High Chief Dr. Government Oweizide Ekpomupolo, alias Tompolo.

The House of assembly member representing Burutu North, Hon. Alapala Anthony Ebitonmo made his position known to newsmen in Asaba, the capital of Delta State yesterday via a statement he personally signed, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.

Hon. Alapala Ebitonmo Anthony cautioned those behind the call to desist from such strange, jealous and retrogressive behaviour coming from a supposed responsible group like the Oodua Peoples Congress (Reformed), adding that the act is shameful and highly embarrassing.

Speaking further, Odumalagba asserted that Tompolo remains the best man for the job, stressing that his exploits via the Tantita Security Services Nigeria Limited in tackling oil theft and improving production of oil in the Country has been laudable.

However, the Delta State House of Assembly member who is a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) had also called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to completely ignore such calls, adding that Nigeria is peaceful due to the careful and well thought out steps taken by President Tinubu and the renewal of the Tompolo’s Contract via Tantita is one of the best decisions so far.

Speaking further, Alapala maintained that it is visible to the blind and audible to the deaf that since Tompolo’s Tantita Security Services Nigeria Limited Company took over the Niger Delta Pipeline Surveillance Security Contract, the oil revenue of the country has tremendously improved beyond imagination.

Odumalagba continued that those calling for the contract’s review are people that don’t want the progress of Nigeria, stressing that such elements are inconsequential and insignificant.