Explosive audio surfaces detailing how Ekiti state Guber election was ‘allegedly’ rigged

Explosive audio surfaces detailing how Ekiti state Guber election was ‘allegedly’ rigged

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 Is this for real? For real? The audio was released last night. I don’t want to get too involved because I don’t understand it myself but the audio above allegedly tells how some powerful politicians gathered to allegedly plan the rigging of the Ekiti state election last year with the help of the military. Hopefully, this is not real. Read Sahara Reporters report on the issue after the cut to understand better

From Sahara Reporters

SaharaReporters has received unimpeachable documents and audio recordings providing substantial evidence that major Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders planned and successfully rigged the gubernatorial elections in Ekiti State, and plotted a similar scenario in Osun in 2014.

The audio recordings and affidavit were provided by Sagir Koli, a Captain in the 32nd Artillery Brigade stationed in Ekiti State, who has since fled the country for fear of retaliation. Capt. Koli recorded the conversation on 20th June 2014 when he was asked to accompany his Commanding Officer, Brigadier General Aliyu Momoh, to the meeting.  The venue was held at Spotless Hotel in Ado-Ekiti.

The audio recordings depict the meeting as being attended by the eventual “winner” of the election, Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti; Senator Iyiola Omisore; a man identified as Honorable Abdulkareem; the Minister for Police Affairs Caleb Olubolade; and Senator Musiliu Obanikoro who was at the time the Minister of State for Defence. Mr. Chris Uba came to Ekiti with huge stash cash and soldiers from the East to carry out the assignment. Read the rest on Saharareporters.com

Mrs Oby Ezekwesili reacted to it this morning

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