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BREAKING!!! Fear In Nigeria As Oshiomole the Chairman Of APC Finally Arrested by DSS Over Bribery


Credible information reaching our newsroom indicates that the embattled National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) was on Sunday arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS).

Oshiomhole was grilled by DSS operatives for nine hours after some APC governors alleged that he received bribes during the party’s primary elections across the country

An impeccable source who spoke to Igbere Tv on condition of anonymity revealed that Oshiomhole was asked to resign during interrogation by the DSS.

The APC Chairman however, resisted the pressure to resign, saying he would only do so if he loses the confidence of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The APC chairman told the DSS that the president was in the loop of every action he took during the party’s primaries.

“Adams Oshiomhole was arrested by the DSS, they didn’t show him any petition. It was alleged by some governors that he collected bribe during the primaries,” a source said.

“He was told to resign and he told DSS operatives that he will resign if he loses the confidence of the president. He said everything the party did, he (Buhari) was in the know.”

Meanwhile, another source in AsoRock informed Igbere Tv that President Buhari was dismayed over the move by the governors, saying he was not aware of the development.

“On Monday night Oshiomhole met with the president and briefed him on what happened and the president was shocked. The president said he did not know about it and promised to look into it,” the source said.

The APC primaries were marred by controversies. Elections in some states had to be repeated.

Some APC governors have expressed disappointment over the way the national leadership of the party had gone about the issues, hence the move against Oshiomhole.

Lagos, IMO, Zamfara, Ogun are Some of the states affected.


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