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Aluagbo with Lawmaker representing Isiuzo constituency at the Enugu state House of Assembly Hon. Gabriel Eze

Report has emerged that the Councilor representing Umualor Ward in Isi-Uzo legislative house, Hon. Maxwell Aluagbo, was denied his wardrobe allowance for attending the inauguration of his brother who is the member representing Isi-Uzo constituency in Enugu State House of Assembly, Hon. Gabriel Lebechi Eze of the Labour Party.

Hon. Aluagbo was shocked when he learnt that 10 out of the 11 councilors in Isi-Uzo local government area have received their wardrobe allowance, leaving only him.

Investigation by Daily Gazette revealed that Maxwell Aluagbo became aware of the development when the leader of Isi-Uzo legislative council, Hon. Irenus Nnaji, informed members to write letter of acknowledgment of payment of wardrobe allowance and also to pay contribution for a thank you visit to the Executive Chairman of Isi-Uzo Local Government Area, for paying their wardrobe allowance.

“When I curiously enquired why my own wardrobe allowance has not been paid, I was told that the order is from Government House, Enugu” Aluagbo said.

Efforts by members and the leader of Isi-Uzo legislative council to convince Maxwell Aluagbo to write acknowledgment letter for the payment of the wardrobe allowance failed as he told them plainly that he will not write acknowledgment for payment he did not receive.

Is the honourable member representing Isi-Uzo constituency only representing Labour Party members that even his own brother should not attend his inauguration because he is a councilor in PDP led government?

As at the time of filling this report, efforts made by Daily Gazette correspondent to reach out to the executive chairman of Isiuzo local council area, Hon. Obiora Obeagu was fruitless as he was not taking his calls.

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