Wednesday , June 29 2022

JAILED NIGERIAN SENATOR NWAOBOSHI BRIBES PRISON OFFICIALS WITH N1.3 MILLION TO STAY IN VIP CELL AS HE DECLINES TAKING HIS BATH

Secret Reporters

The Senator representing Delta North, Mr Peter Nwaoboshi is already living like a king in prison; multiple sources are telling Secret Reporters.

We gathered that Nwaoboshi who was remanded in Ikoyi Prison on the orders of Justice Idris Muhammad following fraud charges brought against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is staying in one of the ward called ‘Booster’, meant for the rich and privileged, instead of the regular wards that poor Nigerians stay. Inside booster, he’s also staying in the room called ‘White House’, we can authoritatively report, while sleeping under the bed with an inmate on top.

The sum of N1.3 million was allegedly paid by the Senator through one of his political son, to bribe his way into the exclusive cell.
According to one of our prison sources, he was seen wearing a black sleeveless strolling round and looking depressed, with two senior prison officials following him around. He was later sighted in ‘A Ward’, where he sat under the tree, looking round like a stranded orphan.

Inside the prison, we can also report that he made phone calls to some top government officials and Senators, appealing to them to plead with the judge to grant him bail on Friday; else he may die inside the prison.

He has refused to take his bath since he was taken inside the German gate, stated one of the sources.

He’s expected to be granted bail tomorrow, if the Judge sits. Court insiders disclosed to Secret Reporters that Justice Idris may not be on seat tomorrow till Monday.

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