To Hon. Barr. (Evang.) Princess Pat. A. Ajudua, it is a crime to bring the attention of the government to the dilapidated state of infrastructure and the need to maintain or build new ones without the fear of losing your job as this is considered as exposing the lapses of the government.
This action has led to the sack of her media aide, following a post he made on the social media drawing the attention of the Delta State government to the dilapidated state of Ibusa Girls Grammar School located in Umueze/Okponta, Ibusa and the need for urgent repairs.
The media aide who posted a video on Facebook of female secondary school students receiving lectures in a classroom while been drenched by the rain.
Shockingly, the lawmaker who represents Oshimili North LGA in the Delta State House of Assembly and also an evangelist who is said to run a church in Asaba and Ibusa, showing no iota of remorse for the inhumane condition in which the students receive lectures, immediately summoned the media aide to her office and lashed out on him, after which she relieved him of his duty describing her actions as “exposing the lapses of the government”.
“I was at the House of Assembly complex to see Princess and she began to vibrate as to why I would make such post. I even told her that the post wasn’t against her but that didn’t go down well with her. She said I was exposing the lapses of the state government” the media aide lamented.
It was gathered that the school which is under the constituency represented by the lawmaker who has spent over twelve years in the State’s House of Assembly with nothing to show for it, could be likened to a poultry farm with overgrown weed and buildings looking like they have been in existence for more than five decades begging for immediate rehabilitation.