Tuesday , September 21 2021

YET AGAIN, DELTA DEPUTY SPEAKER, OSANEBI, DUPES ARTISAN OF N50,000 DURING HIS CAMPAIGN

Secrets Reporters

That the newly sworn in Delta State House of Assembly Deputy Speaker, Mr Osanebi Ossai Friday is a born liar is not in doubt, but what Deltans are yet to know is that the number two man in their legislative chambers derives joy in stealing from the poor.

Secrets Reporters can authoritatively report that many Deltans are currently swearing and cursing Osanebi for using and dumping them during the 2015 electioneering periods.

Some of them who spoke to us in confidence narrated how the sweet talker deceived them into bringing canopies and hired crowd for some of his rallies without paying them a dime. According to them, Osanebi promised to make them ‘smile’ when he wins, but has become elusive since he was declared winner.

Most prominent of the dubious trick from the Ndokwa lawmaker is how he made a young Deltan to print election posters and flex banners for him. The artisan who goes by Olori Wenson is currently licking his wounds as the lawmaker is yet to pay him the balance of his money till date.

Impeccable information with us reveals that the sum of N50,000 which Osanebi spends in drinking a bottle of wine during party is what he is still owing the struggling youth,

Efforts by Olori to get his money from the clannish Deputy Speaker is to no avail as he has suddenly stopped picking his calls, with his aides threatening him if the incident leaks to the press.

It can be recalled that Secrets Reporters had earlier reported how the same Osanebi promised to buy electric poles for a community if he wins their ward, but never did so after winning. He had also promised to give N2 million to some particular women which he never did.

Meanwhile, we gathered that he will be spending over N10 million on Sunday for thanksgiving with party to be thrown for winning the election and emerging Deputy Speaker.

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One comment

  1. Sir. Emma Ekwerigbe

    Are these stories true? If yes, the Hon. Gentleman, should please keep to his words and promises to avoid being further exposed and ridicule. Good name is better than riches and position.

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