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EXPOSED: Former Associates Reveal the Atrocities of Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo

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Atrocities of the Olusegun Obasanjo RegimeHappy New Week folks!

What an interesting video from Sahara Reporters. I don’t know that Nigerians, myself included, are stunned with the revelations per se, sadly. The question is what do we do about the status quo. Do Watch:

SaharaTV world exclusive interview: Political operatives Prince Segun Seriki & Richard Odusanya reveal the behind the scenes atrocities committed during Obasanjo’s tenure as president from 1999-2007. They spoke about delivering bribes to Bola Ige and Henry Marshall, etc and the subsequent assassinations of these politicians. Richard Odusanya talked about presenting Obasanjo’s car gift to his mistress, Ms. Lamide Adegbenro. They also revealed the role of Otumba Fashawe in the illicit atrocities of the Obasanjo years.

-Uduak

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