By Archibong Jeremiah
Prince Michael Nku Abuo, Director General, Cross River Migration Control Services Agency has been accused of fraud by the State Government.
According to a public notice by the Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Ntufam Okon Nyong Owuna disclaiming Prince Michael Nku Abuo said has been parading himself as the Coordinator of the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme (AADS) in the State as well as deceiving Cross Riverians to pay money into Zenith Bank account No: 1015520916 opened in the name of CRISPON MPCS LTD and managed by him.
CRISPON is an acronym for Cross River Political Network is an organisation founded by Prince Michael Nku Abuo.
The disclaimer reads:
The general public especially stakeholders in the agricultural sector, farmers, Local Government Chairmen, Paramount Rulers and Clan Heads in Cross River State are hereby notified that the activities of one PRINCE MICHAEL NKU ABUO who purports to be a DG/State Coordinator of the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme (AADS) in Cross River State has been disclaimed.
The said Prince Abuo is hoodwinking Cross Riverians to pay money into Zenith Bank account No: 1015520916 opened in the name of CRISPON MPCS LTD and managed by Prince Abuo.
The illegal and ambitious activities of Prince Abuo have caused serious embarrassment to the Government of Cross River State led by Sen. Ben Ayade and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) who are facilitating the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme.
The public is therefore warned to desist from doing business with Prince Michael Abuo as he is neither a member of the Projeet Management Team of AADS nor does he have the backing of the Cross River State Government particularly the Ministry of Agriculture which is the Supervising Ministry of the seheme.
Those who have already made payments to Prince Abuo are advised to proceed to recover same as relevant security agencies have been alerted of his activities.
When contacted for comment, Prince Michael Nku Abuo replied “Seen… No comment.”
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