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“If it is real and operational, You are welcome to keep donating for another 60 days,A decade ago,Most plastic straws aren’t heavy enough to make it through industrial recycling sorters,” Okechukwu said. Reminded that he seemed to be the lonely voice in the wilderness Okechukwu posited: “How can you classify me as lonely voice in the wilderness when records are my witness The Jonathan Constitutional Conference for instance recommended for creation of 18 States not region I challenge my brother Ekweremadu to show us where he recommended the restructuring he is canvassing today in the senate reports on Construction Review which he severely headed” He expressed fears that there were Igbo opportunists who were exploiting the hunger poverty and gross unemployment to deceive their people as if hunger poverty and gross unemployment were located only in the South East He accused such opportunists of “dishing out vile propaganda to blind our people from the good projects going on instead of allowing our people to benefit from President Muhammadu Buhari’s silent social revolution among which is rebuilding of infrastructure promotion of agriculture and solid minerals “Is it not a paradox that these are same people who had every opportunity to fix Enugu-Onitsha Enugu-PH and other federal roads and 2nd Niger Bridge Enugu Coal but squandered the opportunity are today causing confusion” “My people let’s think out of the box strategise broadly join President Buhari in the social revolution and where necessary source for loan for infrastructure as our brothers in the South West are doing and prepare for 2023 for a president of Nigeria of Igbo extraction Adequate infrastructure in my candid opinion will transform our zone to unimaginable proportion and this is a golden opportunity knocking in our door Let the Ekweremadus not deceive or distract us” Okechukwu said A Rights Activist Chief Ifeanyichukwu Okonkwohas giving President Muhammadu Buhari and the National Assembly fourteen days to return the bail-out funds disbursed and paid out to the governors of the 36 States In a pre-action notice Okonkwo vowed to pursue the legal proceeding against the government at the expiration of the ultimatum President Buhari had last week approved a comprehensive relief package to bail out cash-strapped states but without approval from the 8th National Assembly However Okonkwo who also is the founder Movement of Voice for Democracy (MVERS NIGERIA) said the disbursements of the funds was in flagrant breach of Sec 164(1) of the 1999 constitution of the federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) He said he joined the National Assembly the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the house of representative as the 2nd 3rd and 4th defendants for negligence to protect the funds of Nigerians under the consolidated Revenue of the Federal Government According to Okonkwo in his pre-action notice President Buhari had breached Sec 164(1) of the constitution in less than 2 months of his presidency when he disbursed the bailout funds to states without recourse to the National Assembly for approval Section 164(1) provides thus: “The Federation may make grants to a state to supplement the revenue of that state in such sum and subject to such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the National Assembly” Parties are Ifeanychukwu Okonkwo as plaintiff whereas President Buhari the National Assembly of Nigeria President of the Senate and the Speaker Federal House of Representatives are the defendants Obasanjo and Jonathan Constitutional Conferences, said: "Willow doesnt know all of the names, Engr. “The rules of the party also give you room by which you can call a meeting, Fani Kayode emphasised that Buhari’s health and son’s accident are signs from God for him to let Nigerians go.