The Oodua Integrity Group has applauded the removal of the management of Abuja Market Management Limited (AMML) and is urging Governor Wike to align with the resolution made by the shareholders.
This resolution had earlier appointed Engr. Mohammed Abbas Yakubu as the Managing Director, replacing Abubakar Usman Farouk.
During a special market agenda roundtable event held in Abuja, the President of the Oodua Integrity Group, Babajide Olaosebikan, emphasized the importance of Governor Wike being properly informed about this development to prevent any misunderstandings.
The group stressed that it is essential for the Minister to recognize the decision made by the shareholders, who are the rightful owners of the company, in order to maintain legality and transparency.
AMML is jointly owned by the FCT Investment Company and private individuals in the business sector, with some markets having been sold off while others remain under this joint ownership structure.
Given Governor Wike’s recent appointment as FCT Minister, it is imperative to ensure that he is well-informed about this situation.
The Oodua Integrity Group has previously provided input on matters such as the appointment of a Treasury Director, and they are committed to supporting Governor Wike in his role.
They believe that by accepting the shareholders’ decision and resolution, the Minister can demonstrate his commitment to good governance and proper corporate management.
*In light of this, we calls on Governor Wike to uphold the decision made by the AMML shareholders and work towards a harmonious and legally sound resolution for the benefit of all stakeholders involved.”