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CHRISTMAS LOOTER: CONFIDENT OF SIPHONING OSHIMILI SOUTH TREASURY TO ZERO ACCOUNT, VICE CHAIRMAN HOPEFUL SUNNY OBI BORROWS N5 MILLION FROM BANK TO BUY RICE

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The first casualty to hit Oshimili South LG has begun as the council will start paying money borrowed from banks even when elections are yet to be conducted.

Secret Reporters has gathered that the Vice Chairman aspirant, Mr Sunny Obi running under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has shown the looting skills he’s made off by going to the bank to borrow money, with promise to pay back with interest once he’s sworn in.

According to our source, Sunny allegedly borrowed the sum of N5 million from the yet to be identified bank to buy bags of rice to share to his supporters for Christmas, which the bank granted him.

Sources very close to the Chairman aspirant, Mr Azuka Osadebey and his Vice Sunny Obi confided in this medium that both candidates are “thieves” who will loot Oshimili South to zero Naira. “Osadebey and Sunny will sell the council in six months. Those guys are thieves. They are already targeting lands in Asaba which they will buy and build palatial mansions once they enter the council. Oshimili is finished”, one of the sources said.

The council is the host to Delta State capital city, Asaba, which means that whoever emerges as the Chairman will indirectly be ‘leading’ Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, who has his government house there and will pay his taxes to the council.

The election which will hold on January 6th 2018 is expected to be a flawless victory for all the PDP candidates in the state, as they have unarguably campaigned more than other political parties, with the state governor personally leading the train.

Calls placed to Sunny call to confirm the loan taken from the bank were not picked up neither did he reply to text message sent to him.

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