“Barrister Nwokorie Samuel Chinedu, Lawyer Behind the Controversial APC Letter to INEC
The picture above is that of the lawyer, one “Barrister Nwokorie Samuel Chinedu” of “Legal World Chambers” who wrote to INEC the controversial letter of intent on behalf of his “clients” the African Peoples Congress (APC).
The face of the evasive “masquerades” behind the phantom party, African Peoples Congress (APC), believed to be sponsored by PDP to thwart the merger and registration of the All Progressive Congress was dug out by a team of reporters from Osun Defender Newspapers and Search Engine Consultants (SEO) of 247UReport.
Samuel Nwokorie hailed from Owerri township in Imo State joined FACEBOOK on 11th October, 2008 had only 8 friends – all female, (Bibi Olukini, Chichi Ekpe, Beeorlah Mimi Julia Soyebo, Chibbie Raymnd Nonyizzle, Joy Jade Ikhialose Idomeh, Tenny Olowu, Chioma Kaycee Onyebuchi and Maurine Bayen) in 2008, but grew to 43 in 2009… His steady stream of friends has since grown to 462 as at yesterday 13th march 2013.
Since the news of his application to INEC to register the controversial APC broke out, Samuel has not been available to explain his side of the story. The lawyer who initially picked one of the calls made to him yesterday, but was evasive and not forthcoming if he was the Barrister Nwokorie Samuel Chinedu has had his two numbers — 08164257977 and 08053957522 switched off.
The address on the letter he wrote to INEC— Suite 1007, Block B, Anbeez Plaza in Wuse Zone 5, also happened to be another mystery in the duplicitous game. A staff who pleaded anonymity said none of the members of two chambers that co-habit the office (IJEOMA DESTINY CHAMBERS and Maji-Emmanuel & Co) had any knowledge of either a third chamber by the name: “Legal World Chambers”, neither any partner that bears the name: “Barrister Nwokorie Samuel Chinedu”. When showed the printed picture of Barrister Samuel Chinedu, the staff said he knew the face but was not a member of the either chamber, and was only a casual acquaintance of one of her principals. She said the drama is not uncommon with charge and bail lawyers who most times do not have a chamber but use the address of their friend’s chambers.
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