INEC Recognises Sen Kashamu Faction Of Ogun PDP And Their Candidates

October 30, 2018 johnlegend 0

*KASHAMU: THE EFFICACY OF LAW & ORDER HAS MANIFESTED IN THE OGUN PDP VS PDP NATIONAL MATTER AT INEC.*

To almighty God be the glory of all human achievements, for nothing can happen without His consent. We therefore thank God for the successful recognition of the Bayo Dayo Ogun PDP exco by INEC and the PDP National as we’re one family for participation in the forthcoming 2019 elections.

In clear obedience to subsisting court judgements. INEC in a letter addressed to the National Chairman of the PDP, dated 25th October 2018 but delivered 30th October 2018 (copy attached); it was clearly stated that the commission has recognised only the candidates list from the lawful primaries conducted by the Bayo Dayo PDP Ogun exco. Consequently, our candidates list has been accepted, processed and certified for the forthcoming elections.

I reiterate my earlier call on our respectable elders, leaders and teeming supporters to in earnest embark on massive mobilisation and reconciliation for successful outing at the polls. There indeed should be a “No victor, No vanquished” disposition amongst ourselves. We shall all reap from the electoral fortune that would be ours at the 2019 elections.

Sen Buruji Kashamu.

Amosun forcefully deflowers his 16-yr-old housemaid

October 28, 2018 johnlegend 0

One Abiodun Amosun, a 42-year-old website designer, has been arrested for allegedly raping his 16-year-old housemaid.

The suspect committed the crime on October 25, at the family’s house at the Government Reservation Area (GRA),Ibara, Abeokuta, Ogun State, while his wife was away in Lagos.

His arrest followed the complaint lodged at Ibara Police Division by the Benue State born victim who was accompanied to the station by a member of Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR).

The victim told the police that the suspect forcefully dragged her into his bedroom and raped her. She said when she started making noise after the man had his way; the suspect beat her up and sent her out of the house.

The Ogun police spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said a member of the CDHR saw her and took her to the police station to report after which the suspect was arrested.

“On interrogation, the suspect initially denied the allegation, but when confronted with the blood stained bedsheet in his bedroom, he admitted to the commission of the offence,” Oyeyemi stated.

“The victim who claimed to be a virgin before the incident, has been taken to General Hospital for medical attention and the medical report has confirmed that victim was actually sexually abused,” the police said.