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Group Calls For Immediate Sack And Prosecution Of Paul Nmah For Multi Fraud Cases, Certificate Forgery.

By Niger Delta Movement for Peace, Justice and Development, (NDMPJD)
Mr Paul Nmah (Chairman of the Delta Investment Development Agency(DIDA)
Mr Paul Nmah (Chairman of the Delta Investment Development Agency(DIDA)
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A foremost civil society organisation in the Niger Delta region, Niger Delta Movement for Peace, Justice and Development,(NDMPJD), has called for the sack of Mr Paul Nmah as Chairman of the Delta Investment Development Agency(DIDA), as well for his arrest and prosecution for fraud and Perjury.

This they communicated in a statement signed by Comrade Oghenebrume Egbe, National Co-ordinator NDMPJD and made available to reporters.

According to the statement, findings within the Agency, reveals that the Chairman was enmeshed in serious fraud since his appointment.

It has also been revealed that Paul Nmah had serious financial fraud case of about £6m in the UK which kept him as a fugitive of the law.

The group said it was acting on credible information received lately on the antecedents of the Chairman of the agency, both in USA and UK, where till date he remains a wanted person for fraud.

Mr Paul Nmah (Chairman of the Delta Investment Development Agency(DIDA)

“We deeply express disdain on report received thus far on the activities of DIDA's boss”.

Reliable sources have confirmed the sordid past of the Investment Development boss in the United states of America, where he was convicted for fraud and also in United Kingdom where he is wanted for mortgage fraud to the tune of £6.2million after he was tried alongside his wife and other associates by Justice Norris of the Law Society of England and Wales on 7th July, 2010.

Sources claim he escaped prosecution in London.
“We equally call on the Anti Corruption and security agencies, including INTERPOL, to as a matter of urgent public importance, prosecute the Chairman of the Agency, Paul Nmah for corruption.

Reliable information revealed that Paul Nmah has appeared before the Delta state House of Assembly for screening, brandishing forged documents from the London School of International Business which he claimed he graduated from on 17th September 1987.

Interestingly, the School was only established in 2005.

Also the authenticity of the WAEC presented by Nmah has been called to question given the disparity in the name affixed to the document seen, as purportedly written in Ajumoni Grammar School, Okota Lagos in 1983.

It is instructive to note also that Nmah deposed to an affidavit on a presumed loss of Primary school leaving certificate, it becomes alarming that an affidavit should come in handy when he could go back to the school(Omado Primary School) which is sited in his immediate ancestral home, to get a fresh certificate or attestation.

The group also advised Delta state Government to always exploit information channels available, to scrutinise the individuals they appoint into public position.

“You cannot be appointing thieves into Government offices.”

A simple search would have revealed the criminal search of Paul Nmah whom several background websites still host his many criminal cases such as pasted below.

https://www.casemine.com/judgement/Uk/5a8ff75160d03e7f57eab362

There are also allegations of Paul Nmah is using his position as Chairman of DIDA to fraudulently receive monies from investors, thereby stagnating developmental investments after signing of MOU.

There are also allegations of Paul Nmah is using his position as Chairman of DIDA to fraudulently receive monies from investors, thereby stagnating developmental investments after signing of MOU.

Eyes are on Delta state Government, having been notified by various anti graft agencies on the probe of their appointee.

The government are suspected to be shielding Paul Nmah being that they have been alleged to be in sync with his fraudulent activities using his office as Chairman of DIDA.

There have been boasts from Paul Nmah that both Delta state Government and the security/anti graft agencies are in his pocket.

It is even speculated that he claimed that he spent a paltry N6million on ICPC and that he had the the IGP pocketed.