Fmr Delta State Governor, Mr Emmanuel Uduaghan did not only loot the state treasury to build mansions all over Nigeria but also denied Deltans of their source of livelihood, this new site can authoritatively report.
Secret Reporters gathered from insider that when he was in power and built the Asaba International Airport, he made it part of his plan to make only his wife Roli Shiela to be the sold food vendor.
To achieve this, he encouraged her to open an eatery called Otres in Asaba and Warri, which she did. When the airport was built, many traders applied for space which was granted them.
“One day Uduaghan just came to the airport and chased away all those selling there without any notification. The next day, we saw his wife who came with some girls to come and set up her fast food”, an airport source confided in us.
With Uduaghan monopoly of food business in the airport, her prices skyrocketed with no option but to buy from her. We were reliably informed that she’s the only person allowed to sell food and drinks in the airport, just as her eatery was the sole food provider for government functions when Uduaghan held sway as governor.
Roli also owns the Mastercare School in Asaba that will be sealed off anytime from now, once the fresh petition written by an Anti Corruption group is submitted to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Abuja. Of recent, the EFCC have shown seriousness in investigating petitions against public office holders in Delta State written by the group and concerned acrivists, which has led to the sealing off of Guinea House fraudulently bought by Senator Peter Nwaoboshi as well as investigation of his over N4.2 billion fraud committed with active connivance by the Direct Labor Agency and Delta State Waste Management Board leadership.
Uduaghan has been writing series of malicious petitions to the Nigerian Police and SSS against the Editor in Chief of Secret Reporters, for using the medium to expose his numerous crimes and staging protests against him, calling for his arrest and probe. One of such petitions however failed following uproar by Nigerians and was substituted by another written by two fradulent bankers from Sterling Bank.