Before she got her big move to the Federal Capital Abuja, former Aviation Minister, Princess Stella Oduah was a typical businesswoman who was toiling hard but making good money from her outfit, Sea Petroleum and Gas (SPG).
However, it seems those good old days are gone forever because Princess Oduah is now an Abuja power broker who has certainly moved to greater things and abandoned her Nmulti-million office, tankers and exotic cars inLekki, Lagos-and they are roting away!
Located along the Lekki –Epe Expressaway, insiders revealed that the building complex which has several building used to be a beehive of activities when she was holding court but that is now a thing of the past as it is completely dead-taken over by reptiles and wild weeds.
Society Reporters gathered that for some years, she leased the property to Chevron Nigeria and they used it for a while after which the American Oil major left it-and since then, three years ago, it has been under lock and key and not seen any new occupant.
We gathered from a property expert that rents on the buildings could have been generating millions and if we add what the many tankers would have been raking daily, it means the loses are indeed colossal.
Princess Oduah who had to be relieved of her position following a scandal over the purchase of two BMW bullet-proof, is reportedly back at her office in Neighbour to Neighbour, getting ready to coordinate the re-election campaign of President Goodluck Jonathan.
Neighbour to Neighbour, a well-oiled and funded machinery deployed different strategies that enhanced the campaign and eventual victory of the President Jonathan at the last presidential elections.
And as it is the norm all over the world, in appreciation, while Princess Oduah got the position of Minister of Aviation, the former helmsman of the organisation, Mike Omeri was appointed to replace Alhaji Idi Farouk as the Director-General, National Orientation (NOA)