ELECTED TO LOOT: GOV. UDOM SPENDS N20 MILLION JUST TO WATCH AKWA UNITED IN LAGOS WHILE OWING SALARIES,PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES

Secret Reporters

Following Akwa United Football Club of Uyo’s qualification to play in the final of the AITEO Cup in Lagos, the feat was greeted with optimism by sports loving citizens of the state who applauded the team’s achievement of reaching the national FA Cup final (renamed AITEO Cup) for the second time in 3years.

As usual,since the advent of the Udom Emmanuel administration, large number of government officials numbering up to 200, were sponsored by the state government to witness the final match held at the Agege Stadium in Lagos.

From journalists, friends and family members of government officials, money from the state coffers was used to transport and entertain every single one of them throughout their stay in Lagos.

The match held on a Sunday, and more than half of the delegation left on Friday and were lodged in expensive hotels from Friday till Sunday and flown from the Akwa Ibom International Airport down to Lagos.

A sneak-peek at the cost of flying from Uyo to Lagos is about 35,000 per individual. Including hotel bills and accommodation, the state government spent upwards of 100,000 per individual.

Definitely, the quality of hotel each individual lodges in varies depending on your status with the least room going for 20,000 per night.

Following investigations made by our reporter, allowances were handed out to each member of the delegation with the least amount being 10,000 (also depends on the individual’s status).

After summing up the expected total sum spent by the government for the final match, it’s discovered the State government spent more than 20,000,000.

In a state where pensioners are being owed backlog of pension and gratuity dating back to 2013, one would’ve hoped that the state governor would curb his reckless spending habit and seek to improve the lives of its impoverished citizens.

Having received two tranches of the Paris Club refund from the Federal Government, there’s no evidence of the monies being ploughed back to better the lives of the masses,rather the governor choose to embark on fruitless adventures like the AITEO Cup final debacle.

To lessen the grief of the citizens, the Transformation Boys, as the team is fondly called, recorded a victory via penalty shootout, but that does not in anyway ameliorate the sufferings of the common man on the street.

EXONERATED AND EXALTED: UNICAL PROFESSOR OF LAW, PROFESSOR NDIFON GETS PROMOTED TO DEAN AFTER THE ALLEGED RAPE OF A 300LEVEL STUDENT OF HIS DEPARTMENT

Idara Ndiya

Offence of rape is the third highest offence in Nigeria, with severe punishment of jail sentence. But money, fame and connection has turned the punishment of rape to promotion and exaltation of the alleged rapist.

Secret Reporters got exclusive information on Miss Simeobong Nkang , a level 300 student of UNICAL in Law Faculty. Miss Nkang was said to have written her test in class with other students at the time of the test but professor Ndifon tore her test script and asked her to come rewrite it later in his office(to carry out his evil act). Miss Nkang went for her test without knowledge of the evil planned by her lecturer. After the rape incident Miss Nkang reported the case to Airport road police station, calabar, which took the authorities 6 days to come investigate the scene (meaning all evidence has been cleared). The case was later transferred to the state criminal investigation department, calabar and later to the state police headquarters, diamond hill, calabar.

Professor Ndifon was suspended by UNICAL amidst this fracas. Finally the case was moved to an NGO (Nigerian feminist group) who then moved the matter to the force headquarters, Abuja, seeking justice for Miss Nkang.

A recent ruling in court exonerated professor Ndifon of rape. Secret Reporters learnt he will be making a big entrance in UNICAL Faculty of Law not as a criminal but as the Dean of Law Faculty, leaving Miss Nkang with no justice, and the perpetrator in a high position to commit more hideous crimes to innocent students with no voice.

DEVIL YOUNGER BROTHERS: RAIN OIL BOSS OGBECHE AND ANIOMA PETROLEUM CEO UKWANDI BRIBES BENIN PHCN TO STOP ASABA CONSTANT LIGHT IN ORDER TO SELL THEIR FUEL PRODUCTS

Secret Reporters

The constant electricity supply enjoyed by residents of Asaba for over two months following Delta State Government intervention has suddenly become elusive through the work of two Delta born billionaires, Secret Reporters has learnt.

We gathered from informed sources that the near twenty four hours light provided in Asaba has unsettled petroleum dealers and petrol station owners within the locality, as they no longer sell their product unlike before. Before Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa’s plea to Benin Electricity Development Commission (BEDC), Asaba residents were living in perpetual darkness and spending millions on petrol and diesel to power their generating set for hours, which yielded enough profit to the dealers.

Miffed by the steady supply of electricity, sources confided in Secret Reporters that the biggest losers were Gabriel Ogbeche who own Rain Oil and Sylvester Ukwandi who owns Anioma Petroleum and currently in charge of supplying the diesel to power Asaba street lights. They allegedly teamed up with their union to sabotage the electricity supply.

A source who works with BEDC revealed that the Rain Oil boss and Anioma Petroleum oil magnate allegedly went to BEDC where they parted with millions of Naira to one Millicent Ossai, who’s in charge of the commission to stop the supply of electricity to Asaba and put them in darkness. With this act, the people will start coming back to patronize them, making them smile to the bank.

We can authoritatively report that since the alleged bribe and sabotage took place, there has been no light in Asaba for four days till the time of filing this report and no reason was given for the sudden blackout.

All attempt to get across to Gabriel and Ukwandi yielded no result as their phone lines were not reachable, while messages sent to them bounced back.