Resign Before You Suffer Disgrace – Kenneth Okonkwo Mock Peter Mbah Over NYSC Forgery Saga

Popular Nollywood actor and politician, Kenneth Okonkwo has called for the resignation of the governor of Enugu State, Peter Mbah. According to report from our reliable source, there have been allegations that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) release certificate being paraded by the governor of Enugu state is fake.

The NYSC had on 1st February 2023 written a letter signed by Ibrahim Muhammed saying that the corps did not issue the certificate in the governor’s possession. Peter Mbah had subsequently sued the NYSC and Ibrahim Muhammed for publishing a disclaimer, denying the issuance of the discharge certificate issued to him on 6th January 2003.

Sharing his thoughts on the situation, Kenneth Okonkwo reveal that in a well developed country, Peter Mbah would have resigned honorably. Speaking via his verified Twitter handle, the Labour Party spokesman argued that the governor’s arrogant behaviour has portray the people of Enugu in a bad light. He pleaded with him to resign before he is disgraced out of office.

According to his words; “Now that the NYSC has testified that Peter Mbah’s NYSC Certificate is fake, he should resign honorably and not wait to be disgraced out. I am pained that this arrogant behaviour of Peter Mbah will continue to paint the citizens of Enugu State in bad light. I respectfully plead with Peter Mbah to immediately resign and save our people from this collective shame,” Kenneth Okonkwo stated on his official verified Twitter handle.

The Labour Party on Friday commenced its evidence against the election of Barr Peter Mbah as the governor of Enugu State. The case filed by Labour Party and its candidate, Barr Chijioke Edeoga came up for hearing at the Enugu State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal. At the resumed hearing, the Labour Party presented the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) as its first witness.

Among the documents tendered by the NYSC are the alleged forged discharge certificate, as well as the original discharge certificate which Peter Mbah ought to have collected, as well as a letter written by Oma and Partners, an Abuja-based law firm, which had asked the NYSC to scrutinize the discharge certificate submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) by the governor.

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