Friday , November 18 2022

EXCLUSIVE: DINING WITH THE ENEMIES: HOW EJELE AND DESOPADEC COMMISSIONERS FORMED NEW DELTA AVENGERS TO FORCE GOV. OKOWA TO RELEASE MONEY FOR THEM TO LOOT

Secret Reporters

Contrary to a report by the Vanguard Newspaper who quoted Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Charles Ehiedu that the New Delta Avengers (NDA) may not be from Delta State, Secret Reporters can report that they are members of the inner caucus of the government.

Credible sources who confided in this website revealed that the Governor’s non release of money to the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) has rendered some persons poorer than they used to be, since it was a conduit pipe for them in the past.

After much pressure on the governor to dole out funds from the little he gets from the Federal Government to DESOPADEC failed, they recruited militants to form NDA.

According to one of our ever reliable sources, he alleged that the sponsors are members of the board. On 29th June 2017 which was two days to the end of the ultimatum given to the governor to release money or they start bombing pipelines; they held a secret meeting in Jomaph Hotel, Sapele. The meeting was attended by Chief Amos Itiwhe, Jonathan Amitaye and Chief Favour Izoukumor.

A member of the State House of Assembly, Michael Diden aka Ejele who is allegedly the brain behind the NDA and major financier did not attend the meeting for fear of being spotted out.

The group is expected to carry out bombing of pipelines to send a signal to the governor and cause him to rush back from vacation to release money for them to share in the name of carrying out projects.

Calls placed to Amiteye, Itiwhe and Ejele to confirm their involvement were not picked neither did they return our calls

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