BANKERS FLOOD UPU PRESIDENT GENERAL HOUSE, OMENE TO PACK MONEY IN GHANA MUST GO

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Omene praying for one of the cash cow, Amb. Gabriel Oyibode who contested the PDP primaries

Amidst earlier threats by some members of the Urhobo Progress Union (UPU) and its hungry youth wings to banish prominent Journalist of Urhobo extraction, Fejiro Oliver who is widely noted for being the albatross of the hungry union and kicked against their candidate, Olorogun David Edevbie being imposed on Delta Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and supported Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, some of them have made U-Turn calling for the head of the President General (PG) Joe Omene for selling them out for $1 million.

In series of Emails and Facebook posts made, some of the youths who stormed the Social Media called on Omene to immediately resign from his exalted position and be ostracized from the Urhobo nation. They called him a traitor and evil minded for doing the biddings of Gov. Uduaghan who it is clearly known speak Urhobo but hate the tribe.

Secrets Reporters can authoritatively report that the PG during the mini election turned his house to a sort of Mecca where politicians of various tribes came to pay homage to him. Our underground reporter who was detailed to monitor all those happening can authoritatively report that for each of those visits, Omene became a millionaire.

A case in point was when Rt. Hon. Victor Ochei visited, the PG we can inform took him inside his bedroom to extract some promise from him as well as mouth watering loads of money. As soon as all the visitors who trooped his once deserted house left, he makes phone calls to various bankers who now come to his house to carry money in Ghana Must Go bag to lodge in his numerous bank accounts.

We also gathered that as part of the game plan to deliver Edevbie by the hungry UPU  few executives, they took the sum of Three Hundred Thousand Naira (N300,000) each to some of the Urhobo kings who accepted it.

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