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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Governor Bello Allegedly Offers Oyegun N150m Bribe To Dissolve APC Factional Executive – Ashagun Opens Up

John Oyegun, national chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), was alleged to have been offered a whopping sum of N150M to dissolve the APC structure in Kogi state.
The allegation was raised by the vice chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Kogi West, Chief Gbenga Ashagun, according to Daily Post.

Ashagun said Kogi state governor Yahya Bello offered the Oyegun the said sum to dissolve APC structure in Kogi state on Tuesday during the National Working committee Meeting of the party.

According to him, the development was a negation of the recommendation of Chief Tony Momoh-led committee which called for reconciliation between the Audu/Faleke faction and the Yahaya Bello led faction.
He said: “It was observed that the National Chairman of the APC, Mr John Oyegun may have been offered a Greek gift amounting to the sum of 150 million naira to be disbursed among the high-ranking members of the APC NWC in the party secretariat, Abuja.”
“Going by the above insight, it is obvious that the Audu/Faleke led faction with Haddy Ametueo as the state chairman of the party may be losing the battleground to the money bag faction of the Alhaji Yahaya Bello, a development that may mark the obituary for what can be tagged as the remainder of the APC in Kogi state,” he stated.
“John Oyegun whose tenure is almost coming to an end may have nothing to lose considering the fact that the APC is a mere shadow of itself, though the PDP in Kogi state may be the largest beneficiary, should John Oyegun accept the ‘Ghana Must Go’. This will dampen the hope of the Audu/Faleke led faction in their quest for justice.
“It is baffling to note, that the APC that came to power with a strong message centered on anti-corruption campaign slogan is now caught in the web of corruption. Political observers believe that the party have not just scammed Nigerians but came to power through instruments of propaganda and cheap deceits,” Ashagun noted.

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