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Friday, 18 January 2013

SULLIVAN'S ILLNESS NAME IS "UNKNOWN"

Photo: Governor Sullivan Chime is seriously sick at Wellington Humane Hospital London

After months of public deceit and lies by Enugu State Government over the where-about of Governor Sullivan Chime, it has been revealed that the Governor is seriously ill and presently receiving treatment at the Wellington Humane Hospital Swiss Cottage London. The nature of his sickness is not fully disclosed. According to a letter written by a group of eminent Enugu people and addressed to the Deputy Governor, Chime is down with critical ailment which the State has been hiding. They therefore demanded among other things that the Deputy Governor Sunday Onyebuchi address the people of the state with a view to declaring the position of the Governor’s state of health. The letter dated 16th January which Daily Times is in possession of, equally demanded a public apology from the Deputy Governor for misleading the people for the past four years failure of which they threatened to call for mass action against the government.

Among the signatories of the letter are Maxi Okwu, Willy Ezeugwu, Barr. Ray Nnaji, Ozo Igbonekwu Ogazimora, Victor Chigozie Eneh and Ibuchukwu Ezike.
Governor Sullivan Chime is seriously ill and presently receiving treatment at the Wellington Humane Hospital Swiss Cottage London as reported o o o o. The nature of his sickness is not fully disclosed. According to a letter written by a group of eminent Enugu people and addressed to the Deputy Governor, Chime is down with critical ailment which the State has been hiding. They therefore demanded among other things that the Deputy Governor Sunday Onyebuchi address the people of the state with a view to declaring the position of the Governor’s state of health. The letter dated 16th January which the media is in possession of, equally demanded a public apology from the Deputy Governor for misleading the people for the past four years failure of which they threatened to call for mass action against the government. Among the signatories of the letter are Maxi Okwu, Willy Ezeugwu, Barr. Ray Nnaji, Ozo Igbonekwu Ogazimora, Victor Chigozie Eneh and Ibuchukwu Ezike.