The attention of The New Diplomat Newspaper –Africa’s Global Voice, has been drawn to a non-existent interview by The New Diplomat’s South -South Bureau Chief, John Oghojafor. Our organization has been inundated, and indeed flooded with a deluge of inquiries about the non-existent, and fictional interview.
We wish to disassociate ourselves from such non-existent interview which was neither published in The New Diplomat nor has any attribution to our reputable organization. There is no such interview published in The New Diplomat.
The Board and management of The New Diplomat states categorically that the newspaper is NEITHER aware of any interview NOR did it ever publish any such imaginary interview with Chief Joe Omene on current state of politics, the Niger Delta, the environment, Delta State, NDDC, and sundry issues, etc.
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By The Board and Management of The New Diplomat Newspaper… Africa’s Global Voice