Monday , November 21 2022

EXPOSED! STELLA ODUAH FACES MORE MEDIA TRIAL AS LAWYER RECRUITS JOURNALISTS

Fejiro Oliver

The relative peace
currently being enjoyed in the media by Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah may
be far from over, as we have uncovered a plot by a senior Nigerian lawyer who
is currently facing an Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) trial to
hire Nigerians favorite online media columnists as well as traditional media to
constantly write damning stories on her.

The lawyer who is also a
big business man has had his concession on the Domestic Terminal of the Murtala
Mohammed airport quashed we gathered organized selected group of Journalists in
Abuja, mainly from the Aviation sector during a dinner meeting, who more
documents will be provided for to deal the deadly blow on the minister.
Our source who was in the
know of the meeting but refused to attend stated that the meeting was held at
Asokoro on the street named after a powerful Nigeria former military man from
the North with Oil blocs. According to him, the public has kept quiet since
Stella defended herself to the fulfillment of many and feels that unless more
media damage is done, the matter may die a permanent death.

The meeting which was organized
by a top editor with a newspaper with office in Heritage House, Abuja resolved
to use the documents to make the seat hot for the minister in the days to come.
The Lawyer who is sponsoring the attack our source noted told the Journalists
that the minister has destroyed his business interest and empire and there was
need to deal with her

Source: Elombah.com

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