This action was agreed upon by a majority vote of the incorporators, executives, and members of the organization and was based on the below listed reasons.
1. Dictatorial negative behavior, creating irreparable rift and causing disenfranchisement to several incorporators, executives and members of PATEL;
2. Lack of ability to properly structure PATEL to systematically and adequately function as an entity;
3. Unilaterally expending organizations funds without approval and accountability;
4. Constantly insulting and threatening Incorporators, executives, and members of PATEL, who disagree with his autonomous decisions during meetings.
5. Persistently single-handedly holding meetings with Government operatives and other Institutions and People and making decisions without a mandate or a common position from PATEL, thus creating serious suspicion of a sellout.
6. Abandonment of PATEL’s major issues of concern /engagement and selectively dealing with only minor issues of no real significance.
According to the release, the Incorporators, Executives, and Members of PATEL made every effort to discuss these issues with Mr. Tenweh, including Sunday August 6th 2017 regular meeting and Friday August 11, 2017 emergency meeting, but he again acted in his usual dismissive and abusive manner.
Given the above, PATEL is hereby requesting the general public, and all persons, Governmental institutions to recuse themselves from doing any form of business with Mr. Tenweh on behave of PATEL.
Anyone not adhering to this release and doing business with Mr. TENWEH will be doing so at their own risk.
The release was signed four PATEL incorporators including Patience Dean, Kebbeh Collins, Alexander Wento and George Kumakeh.
Others signing the release included PATEL acting executives in the persons of Dominic Nimely, Caesar Morris, Kafumba Dolley, Lawrence Cole, Victoria Hage, Jacob Monyou, Usuf Kiazolu and Fatu Jabateh.
Meanwhile, in an attempt to verify the claims from the PATEL incorporators and executors, Capitol Times made several attempts to contact Mr. Tenwah, but his phone kept ringing incessantly without an attempt to answer the calls.