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EXPOSED: HOW SACKED NNPC BOSS BILLY AGHA SPENT OVER N100 MILLION ON HIS GIRLFRIEND’S ARABIAN BIRTHDAY PARTY

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Money not made legally intoxicates like wine and the urge to spend it pushes off the limits. Delta-born billionaire, Billy Agha swims in this arena, lavishing dollars like it grows on a tree in his palatial mansions, spread across the globe. His money, sources revealed is best lavished on the laps of women, young ladies whom he tantalizes, with hard currencies, allegedly stolen from his days in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). 24th August 2018 will remain songs of praise on the lips of Iyede Anna aka Annish Hair, Billy Agha’s girlfriend, as he spared no resources to host the event. Our sources who were at the exquisite fanfare which was tagged ‘Annish Birthday Arabian Party’ was solely on an invitation. But that’s what you get when your compere is Denrele Edun.

The Birthday Invitation Card

The birthday invitation card The Arabian Birthday Party we gathered cost Billy Agha over N100 million to throw as it held at Glam Hall, Plot 2787, Shehu Shagari Way, directly opposite UBA, beside MTN office, Maitama, Abuja. This was, however, a decoy as it was later moved to one of the halls in Transcorp, where one of the wines cost N1.5 million, with hundred bought for the party. Springing surprise, Billy Agha walked up to the sugar that gladdens his heart, with a glass of champagne, he handed her over an envelope containing fifty thousand dollars, held her hands, and did a little dance step with her, while his wife slept away in the cold hands of the night. Yes, it was Billy in action, who once bribed Turai Yaradua with $2 million to get confirmed as DPR boss and diverted billions monthly for estacodes, before he was sacked by former President Goodluck Jonathan using retirement as an excuse. He had earlier opened a hair shop for her called Annishair located at No 32 Kumasi Crescent, opposite FERMA, Wuse 2, Abuja, which her close friends disclosed to be worth over N30 million.

More details will be brought to you as soon as we lay our hands on further information….

 

Source: Secrets Reporter

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OGD: When the lion roars into the ruling party By Victor Ojelabi

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Recently, the media was agog with the news of the defection of one of the former Ogun State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s chieftains, Otunba Gbenga Daniel (OGD), to the ruling side All Progressives Congress (APC) in what has openly kick-started the political permutation ahead of 2023.

The media further reported that OGD took part in the ruling party’s registration and revalidation exercise which officially validated his defection and membership of the party.

In a reaction to the development, the PDP in the South-West through its Zonal Director of Media and Publicity, Lere Olayinka, came out to say that the duo of Daniel and Iyiola Omisore had long defected to APC, adding that it was obvious that the APC has become so embarrassed with the refusal of well-meaning Nigerians to openly associate with the party in its membership registration and is now making up defections for public perception. In fact, Olayinka said by the action of Otunba Gbenga Daniel few hours after the results of the 2019 presidential election was declared, it was obvious that he was among the double-agents who sold the PDP out during the election.

Parts of the media report on OGD at best can be termed misleading as Ogidi Omo, as he was fondly referred, did not technically defect from the PDP to the APC as he stepped aside from politics months ago. OGD had been retired from partisan politics before his recent re-emergence to the call of duty. The assertion by the PDP therefore holds little or nothing to this effect.

Recall that in March 2019, he had sent a letter to the PDP leadership which read, “This is to inform you of my intention to resign from active and partisan politics with effect from today, the 14th day of March 2019.”

He had explained that his move from politics was personal and that the move will allow him to devote more time to charity and resuscitate his non-partisan political leadership academy, which he established a few years ago.

He had gone ahead to explain some reasons for his actions which were termed anti-party by the party:

“Whereas the national leadership of our party, recognised one candidate for the 2019 election, by court pronouncements another candidate, and in compliance with those court orders, which the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) recognised was on the INEC list.

“The candidate recognised by INEC was not acceptable to the national leadership of the party. Our situation was then compounded because the candidate which the court and INEC recognised and accepted as valid has also been expelled by the party.”

That situation made him respond to “the yearnings of our people and joined others in emplacing an administration that we believe will better serve the interests of our people than what currently exists.”

This support berthed the Dapo Abiodun administration.

Perhaps before joining issues with any entity, some things need to be put in retrospect.

OGD had joined the PDP in Ogun State in September, 2001 at an event which was described as one of the most ceremonial political rallies in recent political history in the South Western part of Nigeria. He had gone ahead to create a highly robust and effective political campaign machinery which resulted in an electoral victory for the People’s Democratic Party in Ogun State in 2003; a victory whose dominoes’ effect reverberated through the politics of the South-West region positively with a victory in five states for the then ruling party.

Having served as governor of Ogun state for eight years, his administration till today remains a point of reference in terms of physical, social, economic, educational and human capital development since the state was created in 1976. Notwithstanding these widely acclaimed achievements however, PDP in Ogun State ran into trouble waters towards the end of his administration (about the year 2009) which led to the sad loss in the election of 2011, and regrettably ten (10) years after the party has been unable to resolve those internal disputes and challenges.

Unlike OGD, no politician in Nigeria today will willingly resign from a political party for more than a year before pitching tent with the next available option. Out of respect and the vestige of loyalty he had for the PDP-a party he joined over two decades ago, and of course, the love for his teeming apostles, OGD waited for the best moment to press play on his paused political career.

The most extraordinary characteristic of Daniel is his ability to endure and renew. No politician has faced down greater existential challenges or perfected the technique of quiet adjustment to shifting realities with greater skill than OGD. Perhaps. When he left office in 2011, he made efforts to remain relevant in the scheme of things in the state. In line with his desire, he tried to keep the structure of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the state intact. But this only lasted a short while, as he had to fight many battles in the process.

Remarkably, OGD operates what can best be termed the politics of the people. Not only is he loved and cherished by the people of Ogun state, he ensures that his political moves are in tandem with the desires of his people. That was why he had had to leave the PDP to join the Labour Party. His reason for joining Labour Party was to build a platform that will serve as a proper check mate for irregularities in governance of the State. Though people in the PDP frowned at this but the masses joined him to follow the Party. Labour Party became the most dominant opposition party in the state taking over from the PDP. While skeptic analysis said it was an act of desperation for him to have left PDP for Labour Party but majority of the people of Ogun State didn’t care, they started declaring their support for him. He became the voice of the masses speaking against unhealthy antics of the state government.

After much deliberations and reconciliation meetings orchestrated by the National Leadership of PDP, Gbenga Daniel returned to PDP in October 2014. He returned back to PDP with massive supporters from the Labour Party which became a big boost for the PDP. But as the years rolled by, the internal wrangling and power tussles within the party took on greater dimensions, en route the last general elections. Things looked as if they couldn’t get worse, but they did, as the PDP lost the elections to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Politically, the PDP had lost its teeth within the political schemes in Ogun state. No longer was it the formidable party of yester years; this is notwithstanding OGD’s large followership in the state. Political pundits and analysts have for years posited that a move for the political gladiator away from the PDP and its many problems will be the best move for OGD’s political life as well as a win for the people that have come to love and trust him.

It, therefore, came as cheery news when he announced his return to politics on a formidable platform like the APC. OGD’s return to politics and the pitching of his tent with the APC marks something of a comeback for the Ijebu political titan, whose political exploits appeared irretrievably tainted by the internal wrangling and power tussle that afflicted the People’s Democratic Party.

Onboard APC, OGD relevance, political clout, prowess, etc, will go beyond Ogun State to the national level for the greater good of the Nigerian people. This can be envisaged from his programme on Public Private Partnership which attracted several businesses into the state during his tenure. And why not? From education to health, sports, economy, agriculture, urban renewal and rural development, power, infrastructure, human development, housing, industrialisation, tourism and employment generation, OGD’s imprints in the state were phenomenal!

As at the last count about 70 companies berthed in Ogun State from 2003 to 2011 with over 250,000 jobs provided through various employment generation schemes of the State government. In his eight years, the OGD Administration did more roads than all Administrations before it and most of these were done through direct labour with the Ministry of Works and the Ogun State Road Management Agency OGROMA. By utilising this method, costs were significantly saved while the confidence of indigenous engineers was reinstated in the people. The Olumo Rock resort was refurbished meeting international tourism standard, the MKO International Stadium Abeokuta was renovated and three other stadiums in other geo-political zones of the state were constructed to FIFA specifications.

The NYSC orientation camp in Sagamu is reputed to be the best in the country while the Tai Solarin College of Education was upgraded to University status making it the first in Nigeria and second in Africa. It was adjudged the best University of Education In Africa in 2011. The construction of a modern secretariat for civil servants in the State at a cost which beat the imagination of Late President Umar Musa Yar’Adua who commissioned it remains a landmark.

The construction of the six-lane Lalubu Road – the commercial nerve centre of Abeokuta – without a single demolition of existing building was to become a standard in road constructions in Ogun State today.

For OGD, the governorship was a 24-hour job. The last project he commissioned, the OPIC PLAZA remains, till date, is the tallest structure in Ogun State.

Perhaps it is not immodest to say that the incredible performance of Otunba Gbenga Daniel is now a benchmark to measure the performance of future leaders of the gateway state. In the words of the Nobel Laureate himself, Professor Wole Soyinka, “The various projects embarked upon by Governor Daniel are laudable and practical”.

If his decisions have gained him so much love and respect from his teeming apostles and the good people of Ogun State in the past, then who dares question why a lion decided to roar again?

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How Ibrahim Rabiu Wins The First Ever N10Million Easywin Lotto Jackpot!

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A trader in Bauchi state, Rabiu Ibrahim has become the winner of the first-ever N10 million EasyWin lotto jackpot.

At the presentation of the cheque to the jackpot winner in Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ibrahim declared that EasyWin Lotto is indeed a life-changing experience because fortune has smiled on him more than imagined and faster than expected.
The winning will help to enhance his phone accessories business and investment in other areas.

According to Ibrahim, he has been trying different lotto and has played for several years but his luck has never been like this, but with Easy win Lotto God has decided to smile on him.

“I’ve been playing lotto for a while and I’ve never been this lucky, ut I just decided to play this with the sum of 100 naira, and here I am getting a whooping N10Million Naira,” Said the Excited Ibrahim.

The 31-year-old Ibrahim could not hold back tears of joy when he was informed of his winning ticket. The excitement attracted people in his locality of Katagum. Ibrahim holds a diploma from Abubakar Ali Tatari Polytechnic, Bauchi.

Nigerian Trader Wins N10million Jackpot From EasyWin Lotto

According to the Easy win Lotto City Manager, Adewale Aloyinlapa,

L-R: Adewale Aloyinlapa – City Manager, Easywin Lotto, Vee – Special Guest, Ibrahim Rabiu – Winner Easywin Jackpot

“EasyWin will continue to lead in the lottery business because most people see us as reliable and their winnings are redeemable without issues.”

Adewale also stated that EasyWin lotto could be played by anyone above the age of 18 via different ways. According to him, “we are giving Nigerians the opportunity to become millionaires right from their mobile phones.”

EasyWin works in partnership with Opay Nigeria. Customers can go into any Opay store to buy their Easywin Lottery to play or buy their ticket online via Easywin’s official website www.easywin.ng.

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Fresh Scandal Trails Bankrupt Oil Tycoon… + His Amorous Affairs Exposed!

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One gist making the rounds among the elites in town presently is about a serial debtor who hails from the southeast.

It is however no longer news that this Businessman with interest in almost all the sector of the economy has been running from pillar to post to cover up his mess has banks and different agencies have been on his matter over his debt profile.

Investigations have revealed that the man owes several banks billions of Naira and allegedly appears not to be willing to pay.

The morally and financially bankrupt man is currently scheming on how to escape what has been described as the inevitable.

According to reliable information, he is already financially and morally bankrupt as mothers and daughters are said to flee at the mention of his name.

Top Industry Watchers are aware of his amorous affairs.

There has however been questioning as to why businessmen borrow depositor’s money from banks only to divert them to living luxurious lifestyles, and when it’s time to pay back, they start running to court, playing all manners of tricks.

This is however not to exonerate bank executives who also colluded.

However, a new season where if you borrow money, you must be prepared to payback has come.

This is just the tip of the iceberg, more gist to follow. Stay tuned on this platform as we dig deeper to reveal more.

 

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