Akume attacks Ortom, says gov’s PhD endorsement counterfeit
Written by NobleAdmin on September 11, 2018
The representative speaking to Benue North-West Senatorial District, George Akume, and Governor Samuel Ortom went up against each other on Monday in a war of words.
Akume had at the All Progressives Congress extended council meeting held at Castle Event Center, Makurdi on Sunday depicted Ortom as a non-entertainer, charging that the representative was marching a phony doctoral certificate.
Akume, who blamed the senator for running the Social Investment Program like his family substance, contended that he should have been voted out of intensity one year from now.
Evidently responding to the perspectives communicated by Ortom in a meeting he granted News men, Akume stated, “Ortom said he has PhD from the Commonwealth University of Berlin, yet there is in no way like Commonwealth University. At any rate, I’m an alum of the University of Ibadan, where I sacked my first and second degrees. I am additionally an individual of the Institute of Management and I have honourary PhD from the University of Jos.
“He said I was a convention officer while he was a neighborhood government director and that I served him, I never observed Ortom in the administration house that period.
“He is stating I never won a decision, however I won a race in 1999, he (Ortom) was in SDP; likewise in 2003 when I moved to ACN, I additionally won races yet the last race, Ortom lost in his nearby government. When I was building PDP, where was Ortom?” Akume inquired.
Akume additionally blamed Ortom for continually offending President Muhammadu Buhari.
He tested the senator to clear the overabundance of pay rates overdue debts owed laborers and beneficiaries in the state, who, he stated, were biting the dust of appetite.
Be that as it may, responding in the interest of his key, Ortom’s Adviser on Media and ICT, Tahav Agerzua, depicted Akume as an alcoholic who couldn’t be considered important.
Agerzua, who said PhD was not an essential for being a representative, portrayed Akume’s charge as a diversionary strategy.
The representative’s assistant, who pondered when Akume turned into an appraisal expert, tested the congressperson to give a record of his stewardship in the red chamber.
“Akume isn’t an accreditation specialist and he can’t talk on that. Regardless, that has no premise since PhD is anything but an essential for governorship; along these lines, it is a diversionary strategy. Give him a chance to give a record of his stewardship; he should quit surveying others, he isn’t an appraisal specialist.
“In addition, everyone realizes that he is a flushed; what he said stems out of his tipsiness; he isn’t somebody to be considered important.”