AUDIO: How Fayose, Obanikoro, Omisore, Army General conspired to rig Ekiti election

AUDIO: How Fayose, Obanikoro, Omisore, Army General conspired to rig Ekiti election

Friday, February 6, 2015 9:00 am

Ekiti Election Scandal Photo

This is a secret recording of how a Nigerian minister colluded with an army Brigadier General to rig the 2014 governorship election for Ayodele Fayose in Ekiti State.

The meeting had in attendance Minister of State for Defense, Musikilu Obanikoro, A Nigerian Senator, Iyiola Omisore, Chris Uba from Anambra State, Brigadier General Aliyu Momoh of the Nigerian Army and the Minister for Police Affairs, Navy Captain Caleb Olubolade (rtd.).

The meeting was held at the Spotless Hotel in Ekiti.

Listen to their conversation below.

Listen to their conversation below.

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  • Noble-E says:

    @Ola…. That is so true . However it is ample evidence to indicate something is going on and good start for investigations . If any member of the party discussing here can be identified without denial then the contents are credible and tenable

  • Ola says:

    Voice can be recorded and sound exactly. U cant justify an audio voice nowadays, technology is beyond what u could imaging.

  • abankula says:

    The release of this tape is very timely. INEC needs to wake up to ensure we really have a transparent election. We do not need soldiers for electoral duties. Let’s mobilise the soldiers to the North east to go and battle Boko Haram, instead of using soldiers to harass our people.

  • Happy Williams says:

    Really? If it were in a sane clime, all the people in that gathering would be picked up one by one, or betterstill, they even resign and report themselves to the security agencies. But unfortunately, this is Nigeria, the most backward country in the world!

  • Akin says:

    there is nothing implicating any of the aforementioned ppl with rigging. they only ordered soldiers around for logistics. sowore try harder next time

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