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By:  Paul Ogar & Godwin Ntui.
The Country Director of Citizens’ Solution Networks, Richard Inoyo’s car was on Thursday 5th, October 2023, stolen from where it was parked in Calabar, and has since not been recovered. Hence, hampering the operations of the Organisation and the movement of the Director.
Consequently, the Organisation through its National Secretary, Olaitan AKINLAWON, earlier today issued a Press Release requesting Government assistance and donations from well-spirited individuals to assist in the purchase of a car to replace the stolen one.
Find the Full Text of the Press Release Below.
At about 9 a.m. on Thursday, 5th October 2023, 5 days ago, the official car of our Country Director, Richard Inoyo was stolen inside his street in Calabar where he resides. The stolen car is a gold Toyota Camry with plate number: HA 107 ABC, Chassis Number: 4T1BG22K2V0774308, and Engine Number: 357696264.
A series of efforts by the Nigeria Police Force and goodwill individuals have been made to retrieve the car, but as we speak, the car is still out of sight and out of reach.
This development of car theft in our organization has critically affected the work we do and the civic intervention services we render to underprivileged individuals, rights abuse victims, and underserved communities across the LGAs of the State and the country at large who depend on our legal efforts and material supports to seek justice and secure new balance when they suffer unexpected challenges and problems.
Emerging crime report now shows that car theft is now the dominant crime in the State Capital with some 3 cars missing on the 5th of October, 2023, the same day that our organization’s official car was stolen.
The implication of this is that, as the Carnival Calabar draws closer, this will further discourage tourists and visitors from visiting the State; because nobody wants to have their parked cars stolen due to the security breach and under-equipped intelligence in the State.
As we call on the State government and the various security institutions to do more to improve the Security conditions and provisions within the State especially as regards clandestine street cameras in key areas, and joint security collaboration, we wish to remind everyone that security is the first and fundamental job description of every state government to her citizens.
Let it be on the public registry, Citizens’ Solution Network does not apply for foreign aid neither does our organization utilize grants from foreign countries nor take money from international institutions; we only and solely depend on the goodwill of well-meaning citizens and compassionate public and private institutions to deliver the vital interventions and works we carry out.
We believe in our collective programs and initiatives as citizens to solve our state and national problems without foreign institutions’ finance or support, and this is the fundamental principle that guides our organisation and the essence of our name, Citizens’ Solution Network.
That said, as a Government that prides itself as a compassionate one with people’s first mantra, we shall be pleased if the Cross River State Government can assist in enabling Citizens’ Solution Network to retrieve the above-stolen car or assist in securing a new car (in the absence of the above) to continue reaching out to remote communities where its services are largely needed to contain the ongoing disruptive impart this car-theft has brought to our organization within Cross River State.
For Organizations and good-hearted citizens who wish to donate to Citizens’ Solution Network to enable us to overcome this vehicle theft challenge and aid our works in love, strength, and faith as captured in our national anthem, kindly transfer your donations to our Credit Administration Managers:
Account Name: People and Resources International,
Account Number:0046730346
Bank: Stanbic IBTC Bank.
Thanks so much for your sacrifice.
National Secretary,
Citizens’ Solution Network.
NB: All donation receipts should be sent to: 08142147410 or Contact our Country Director on 08067212340.

Amawu Cletus Albert Amawu

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