Breaking News: “Ishaku Abbo Was Rejected By The Navy in 2004 Due to Corruption -Fintiri media group

The Chairman, Fintiri Rainbow Network, Michael Pwanovi has said that the senator representing Adamawa north in the Nigerian Senate was rejected by the Nigerian Navy authorities due to corruption in 2004.

Michael in a mail to this news medium challenge Ishaku Abbo to tell the world why he was rejected by the Navy, as corruption is not necessary involving in financial dealings alone, but whatever one does to put the life of another in danger be it misappropriation of public funds or putting people’s lives at risk due to health challenges.

Fintiri rainbow network was reacting to Abbo’s post that Fintiri looted 5 billion nairas and has been in court.

“It is unfortunate that Ishaku Abbo that took the Nigerian Navy to court for rejecting him due to being HIV positive could open his mouth to tarnish the image of the Governor.

“As I speak Ishaku Abbo has been convicted and fined 50 million nairas by a court of competent jurisdiction whereas no court has ever passed a judgement on Fintiri, we are giving Ishaku Abbo 14 days ultimatum to withdraw the baseless allegations against the Governor or will expose all his dirty deals and escaped.

The Finder report that Ishaku Abbo was denied admission into Nigerian Naval Training College, Onne, Port Harcourt in 2004 for being an HIV positive.

 Ishaku Abbo has taken the authorities of the Nigerian Naval Training College, Onne, Port Harcourt to court for allegedly denying him admission into the college on the grounds of his health status despite passing the recruitment test.

In a legal action instituted on his behalf by the vice-chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association, Abuja Chapter, Barrister Jude Okeke, at the Abuja Federal High Court, Ishaku is seeking among others, a declaration that his withdrawal from the School, by the Naval College and the Ministry of Defence on account of his testing positive to HIV virus is illegal, unlawful and breach of his fundamental right to personal dignity.

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