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Thursday, 18 September 2014


As at the time of filing this report, Olaoluwa was said to have travelled to the Great Britain to enjoy his loot.

OSUN DEFENDER gathered from authoritative sources that very few of Omisore’s trusted aides genuinely believed in his candidature or his personality, as being enough to win the election against a formidable candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and incumbent governor of the state, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola’s political stature.

According to an impeccable source within the party, majority of those claiming to be loyal to Omisore’s candidature were actually having their focus on the cash to be released by the Presidency for the prosecution of the election, which in their calculation would run into several billions of naira.

When the first tranche of the presidential largesse arrived the state, it was reported that the State Chairman of the party, Mr Gani Olaoluwa, had been rest assured that he would be the one to distribute the money to whoever he wished.

Trouble however started, when Omisore suddenly turned against the idea and assumed the role of being the one to share the cash to those he deemed fit.

This, according to sources, nearly led to altercation between the two party men but was eventually resolved in Omisore’s favour, but the party chairman was reliably gathered to have reluctantly shifted ground.

To have his own pound of flesh, Olaoluwa was gathered to have sworn to whoever cared to listen that he would have his last laugh against Omisore.

Not quite long after the encounter, the PDP candidate ordered for fifty trailer-load of rice for onward distribution to party faithful and supporters, directing the party chairman and other members of his executives to handle the distribution as they deemed fit.

The trucks that brought the rice into the state however, arrived in the middle of the night and it was the party chairman the drivers called, who directed them to offload a sizeable number of trailer-loads of the rice at his wife’s shop, which was gathered to be big enough to accommodate several tonnes of rice.

Omisore was gathered to have been marvelled over the development and reportedly expressed his displeasure over the chairman’s action of diverting the rice to his wife’s shop.

A twist was however, introduced to the drama, when few days after the rice was delivered, burglars reportedly entered the chairman’s wife’s shop in Osogbo and carted away all the tonnes of the rice.

The matter could not be reported to the Police, as the chairman could had been the first suspect to be arrested and detained over the incidence but rather decided to treat the issue as a PDP family affair, in view of the negative press it might generate before the election.

The medium further gathered that numerous party chieftains refused to disburse various sums of money given to them to lobby voters on the election day, just as many of them vanished into thin air after the party lost the election to the APC with their loot.

As one of the female chieftains of the PDP who hails from Ora-Igbomina in Ifedayo Local Government Council Area of the state, was escaping to London with her own share of the money, she was heard telling some of her party men around that she had had her own part of the national cake and whether the party likes it or not, she would have been out of reach before they would know what has hit them.

It would be recalled that it was reported by this medium recently how the state chairman of the PDP misappropriated N500 million election fund in his care to the surprise of the chieftains and members of the party in the state.

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