Nigerian Deputy Governor refutes any funds are missing, plus no affairs with any Barbadians

While not referring to the spurious Barbados Free Press, nor to any claims made by those represented by Douglas Trotman – nevertheless Amos Utuama, Deputy Governor of the Delta State in Nigeria made it clear there is no wrongdoing and students concerns will be answered before summer arrives…

"Ms St. Hill told journalists the threat of the Ebola virus pushed back the departure date of 150 students from August until December. The founder of African Investors for Development (AI4D) and CEO of Equity Strategies Inc. thanked owner Mrs Asha Mirchandani for opening the hotel at the last minute despite her original plan to refurbish the resort. She added that there are plans to relocate the 90 agricultural, technical and horticultural students to the Infinity On The Beach hotel in St Lawrence Gap, but a contract is yet to be finalised since a tentative date of May was given..."

“Ms St. Hill told journalists the threat of the Ebola virus pushed back the departure date of 150 students from August until December. The founder of African Investors for Development (AI4D) and CEO of Equity Strategies Inc. thanked owner Mrs Asha Mirchandani for opening the hotel at the last minute despite her original plan to refurbish the resort. She added that there are plans to relocate the 90 agricultural, technical and horticultural students to the Infinity On The Beach hotel in St Lawrence Gap, but a contract is yet to be finalised since a tentative date of May was given…”

Trotman claims he represents the disgruntled pupils yet he does not have all, since there 90 students and he claims to represent 66, plus why was the “Press Conference” held in Casa Grande’s car park and not in one of their offices?

His legal partner is one who is well known not to appreciate all entities concerned with Law if they do not agree with his views… However, as you’ll note in this video which is the first of a series, Nigeria and Donna St Hill seek to allay myriad concerns;-

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