Following the incessant abandonment and hiccups suffered by host communities despite several agreement reached with Chevron and other oil producing companies in the area, shareholders of ALAOMA Oil has made further step to end the suffering with move for the service of Peter Ogari Esq., on legal representation.
The shareholders of ALAOMA OIL on Thursday unanimously bid for the service and legal representation of a learned, intelligent and smart lawyer, Barrister Peter Ugari and his law chambers in restoring what rightfully belong to the people and community.
The opinion leaders and other members of the affected communities haven hired the services of Peter Ogari, Esq, handed the irrevocable power of attorney to him and his legal team signed by the opinion leaders and elders of the affected communities.
In acceptance to the task, Barrister Peter Ogari acknowledged the people’s trust and confidence on him as their legal representative before the Oil Producing Companies and assured to live up to expectations without breach in communication on his side.
Barrister Peter Ogari who has verifiable track record of positive productivity, recognises his task in making sure oil producing companies like Shell, Belema Oil, Chevron, Agip and more willing to carry out operations in ALAOMA OIL will have smooth operation in clear terms of agreement with the communities, in as much as fulfilling it’s part of community dividends.
Some opinion leaders of the community present were; Elder Francis Iheagwam, Elder Christain Eke, Elder Ambros Ogbaji, Chief Austine Iheagwam, Mr. James Igbozuruike N. Fidelis Anozie, Mr. Jacob Iheagwam, Mr. Stephen Chidubem Anyanwu and Chinonso Ngwa and others.
Also, with Barr. Peter Ogari were; Engr. F. Ozuruba, Dr. George Epiah, Survey Darlington Amadi, Hon. Chika Nweke, Evangelist Felix and others