The police in Owerri have arrested two impostors who claim leadership of Orluzurumee youth Assembly;namely Don Uba and Prince Arthur Madumere.
The deo are presently cooling their heels at the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the State Police Command, Owerri.
Uba and Madumere who had defied the several warnings by the police to steer clear of the activities of the apex youth organization or umbrella body of youths in Orlu zone, were arrested while claiming,defrauding and parading as the National Publicity Secretary and President respectively of Orluzurumee Youth Assembly.
The said Don Uba is reported to be a freelance journalist in Owerri, with no visible means of livelihood hence his association with a group that had metamorphosed from extortion of money from politicians to singing the praises of the governorship candidate of the Action Alliance (AA), Uche Nwosu and his father-inlaw, embattled Senator Rochas Okorocha.
Only recently, the authentic Orluzurumee Youth Assembly formally registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), resolved to set a machinery in motion towards recalling Okorocha from the senate, but Don Uba and cohorts thought it was an opportunity to align with Uche Nwosu, in a bid to thwart the well thought out proposal which pitted them against their contemporaries.
The parent body had since discountenanced with their dissident group and petitioned the police to arrest anyone parading as member(s) of Orluzurumee Youth Assembly but has defied the warnings against acts of sabotage and destabilization, which the said Don Uba and Madumere were fond of, hence his eventual arrest.
At press time, they were still under detention and investigation for issues bordering on fraud and impersonation.
It would be recalled that same Don Uba had last year defrauded some Imo journalists of their hard earned money and was arrested by the police.He was later forced to refund the amount sum before he was released.