In the letter dated November 12, the group said the items and cash should not be released without the presence of their president.
The working executives of the Eligbam Youth Movement, Port Harcourt, Rivers state, have written to a company in their community, asking for 8 bags of rice, one cow, two gallons off groundnut oil, tomatoes, onions and cash of N200,000 for their end of year activity.
In the letter dated November 12 and shared by one Hon Tega Nze, on Wednesday November 17, the group said the items and cash should not be released without the presence of their president.
“Are you surprised why companies are moving to Lagos? See what a community that should be fighting for companies to come to their area and create opportunities for people wrote to a small firm. The annoying part is that,is coming from the youth body that should be encouraging invest.” Hon. Nze wrote.