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Biz Partner Opens Can Of Worms On Killed Wema Bank Director, Ope Bademosi

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Chairman, Jesus Solution Centre, Moshood Fayemiwo, in a reaction to the death of the murdered Wema bank director and Ondo City high chief, Ope Bademosi  on his facebook page exposed the hidden side of the Late Chief..

In the piece, titled “The Real Chief Ope Bademosi You Should Know” Fayemiwo, exposed what could be described as the dirty side of the late chief whose reactions to news of his death continue to dominate public space. Thepage presents unedited, the account  of the United States of America based Fayemiwo on the person of Late Bademosi as narrated by him.

#THE_REAL_CHIEF_OPE_BADEMOSI_YOU_SHOULD_KNOW!

By #Moshood_Fayemiwo

Ordinarily I wouldn’t have shared this story, but because the victim, Chief Ope Bademosi is gone I want to make certain secret disclosures to stave off future ugly occurrences. Since I left Nigeria for the United States in the 1990s, it took me almost ten years to visit my native land. I visited Nigeria again in 2010 for a project which involved the Jonathan Administration. In the course of meeting some prominent Nigerians, a pastor friend of mine introduced Chief Ope Bademosi to me. He was a Chief from Ondo City and I being from Owo in the same state, we hit it off so to say. He agreed to the business proposal we discussed and we met at a highbrow hotel in Abuja to perfect all the paperwork with our corporate attorneys present to tidy up the legal ends.
The first time I met Chief Ope, he was a nice man but lived a reckless life. He was with two prostitutes the very night I met him in Abuja. I expressed my dislike to his lifestyle, but my pastor friend said we should rather concentrate on the business instead of the man’s lifestyle. The second thing this man did was highly dishonest and dishonorable. He issued us a check for the sum of N50m- Fifty Million- in 2010 and assured us everything was fine. He introduced himself as an executive director of Wema Bank and we checked him out and we found that to be true because he had his picture and bio displayed on the banks website. More so, he was a product of the prestigious University of Lagos where I also graduated from and so took him for his words. To ensure we were into legitimate business, myself and my American business partners agreed we should use Wema Bank as our corresponding financial institution in Nigeria.
Folks, Chief Ope gave us a dud check. The so-called Chief Lotin of Ondo scammed us. He had no money in his account at Wema Bank even as an executive director. The man was a fraud. When we discovered his shady character, I called my pastor friend on what to do. We called Chief Ope and he became incoherent. I asked him why did he behave like that, he became defensive. Anyway, to cut the long story short, I was compelled to place a heavy curse on him. I lost all my investment in that deal and had to take care of my American biz partners who insisted we should involve the Nigerian
Police. Chief Ope Bademosi boasted that he was a big shot and a political honcho in Nigeria and threatened nothing would happen to him. I told him that I have placed a heavy curse on him and he would end his life violently and disastrously. He laughed it off.
This man was a womanizer, a morally debased man. Every Friday, he would leave Lagos for Ondo City and it would be fornication, sexual escapades and adulterous activities till Monday morning when he would return to Lagos. His wife or wives knew about his shambolic moral degeneration but I guess in Nigeria, morality is such at a terrible and ear-splitting discount that anything goes. As my American biz partners told him, if it were to be here in America, Chief Ope would have been in jail right now.
I wasn’t taken aback the least when I read his death and the way he was cut down. He had his just and well-deserved comeuppance. And by the way, I still have a copy of the dud check he issued to my company with me here in Texas. Chief Ope bit the dust and he finally went to where he eternally belongs at the age of 67. His death or murder should serve as dire warning to those Nigerians who think they can step rough shod on others and get away with their atrocities. The law of retribution as laid down by the True Lord God Almighty has not been abrogated.

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Inclusive Foundation Mourns Veteran Actress, Rachael Oniga

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Inclusive Social Welfare and Empowerment Foundation, a non-governmental organisation has expressed its heartfelt sympathy to family, friends and the entire movie industry over the loss of the veteran actress, Rachael Oniga who died at age 64.

 

 

The CEO of the foundation, Chief (Mrs.) Pat Eleto, in a condolence visit to the family, on Saturday, July 31st, said the news came as a rude shock to many, but she believes that the late actress has created a great impact with her career, and her legacy should never be forgotten.

 

 

In her statement, Chief (Mrs.)Eleto said:

“It is with a heavy heart that I grief with the family of a sister, friend and adviser of Inclusive Social Welfare and Empowerment Foundation.

 

 

“Mrs. Oniga, is one of our great ambassadors, and we were actually working on a project that is meant for the later part of this year when the sad news of her demise came.

 

 

“Death is inevitable, we pray for the repose of her soul, and may God comfort all the people she left behind. We also hope and pray that all her good legacies, be sustained because, she was indeed a pillar of support to our foundation, and also one of veterans that contributed immensely to the growth of Nollywood,” the statement reads.

 

 

A native of Delta State, Oniga was one of the ambassadors of Inclusive Social Welfare and Empowerment Foundation.

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Alaafin Shuns Ooni-Backed Group Over Alleged Anti-Buhari Posture

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The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, on Friday, at the last minute, allegedly cancelled an appointment he gave to a Yoruba group, Ooni’s Caucus, on the alleged complaint that members of the group are “notorious critics” of the regime of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).

 

 

The Ooni’s Caucus, which was inaugurated at the palace of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, on July 20, 2021, is made of many influential Yoruba persons and is being coordinated by a former Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria, Mr Akin Osuntokun.

 

 

PUNCH learnt that Osuntokun led about 14 members of the group to Alaafin’s palace for the alleged 11am appointment on Friday, but after waiting for about two and a half hours, the influential monarch sent words to them that he would not be seeing them.

 

 

According to a source, who spoke to  PUNCH on condition of anonymity, some of the group’s members who went to Alaafin’s palace with Osuntokun were a monarch, the Olugbon of Orile-Igbon, Oba Francis Alao; a former presidential spokesman, Dr Doyin Okupe; a former commissioner in Osun State, Muyiwa Ige;  a former Minister of Defence, Mrs Dupe Adelaja; a retired Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Taiwo Lakanu,  Oye Oyewumi, Sola Lawal, among others.

 

 

A former governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, is also said to be a member of Ooni’s Caucus, but he was not on the delegation to Alaafin’s palace on Friday.

 

 

The source, who is a member of the group, claimed that the group had through the Olugbon secured an appointment with Alaafin since Monday, and the same appointment was confirmed on Thursday, only for them to get to the palace and the Alaafin refused to see them on the claim that they were anti-Buhari and were also loyalists of former President Olusegun Obasanjo.

 

 

The source explained that the main purpose of the meeting was for the newly-inaugurated group to get Alaafin’s blessings and to possibly discuss the issue of the embattled Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, alias Sunday Igboho, who is currently being held and tried in Cotonou, Benin Republic.

 

 

The source said, “The Olugbon, a member of the caucus, was the one who booked the appointment, but he said the Alaafin said he didn’t want to see us because we’re notorious critics of the Buhari government.

 

 

“He (Alaafin) confirmed the appointment yesterday (Thursday). But when we got there today, he kept us waiting; after a while, he asked to see the Olugbon. He (Alaafin) didn’t come to see us; we were told he said he wouldn’t see us because we are notorious critics of Buhari’s government and that some of us are close to Obasanjo, who is also critical of the government.

 

 

“We were made to wait for about two and a half hours; he gave us an appointment for 11am; we got there at 11am and at about 1.30pm, that was when it was obvious to us that he wasn’t coming (to see us). But he initially asked to see the Olugbon, who went to see him for about an hour. When the Olugbon eventually came back, he said Alaafin would not see us, saying we are a group that is critical of the Buhari government and some of us are loyalists of Obasanjo.”

 

On whether the group’s mission to Alaafin’s palace was to discuss Sunday Igboho’s matter, the source said, “Of course, the issue (of Igboho) would come up but that was not the purpose of the visit. The issue of Igboho concerns all the Yoruba people but that was not our reason for going to him.”

 

 

On whether the group would try and book another appointment, the source said, “I don’t know; we were all surprised that a Yoruba oba can refuse to see his children on account of not wanting to be on the bad side of Buhari’s government. I would have thought that an oba is supposed to take everybody as his children, whether they are supporters of Buhari the All progressives Congress or the Peoples Democratic Party or whatever party.”

 

 

But when contacted by PUNCH, the Media Director to the Alaafin, Bode Durojaye, said the reason his principal did not see the group was because they did not have any prior appointment with him.

 

 

Durojaye said the Alaafin would be willing to entertain the group if they booked an appointment.

 

 

 

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NMA Reacts As Bandits Break Into, Pick Nurse At Zamfara General Hospital

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Suspected bandits invaded General Hospital, Dansadau, Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara State on Friday, resulting in the abduction of a nurse and caregiver.

 

 

Residents said that immediately the men stormed the medical facility, the armed men headed to the outpatient ward in search of a doctor or nurse.

 

 

“When they couldn’t find anybody there, they started going from one ward to another. A nurse and a caregiver were abducted. They then moved to staff quarters looking for doctors and nurses but could not find any.”

 

 

“The armed criminals had earlier attempted to attack Maigoge, a community located six kilometres north of Dansadau town.

 

 

“But when they laid siege to the community, the vigilantes otherwise known as Yan Sakai firmly defended the village. The vigilante killed some of the bandits and injured several others.

 

 

“They then invaded the hospital to kidnap nurse and doctors that will treat their injured brothers in the forest.”

 

 

 

Maigoge is one of the few communities in Dansadau Emirate known to be firmly defending themselves against bandits.

 

 

“The staff of the facility are not carrying out night duties now. They only attend to patients at day time. They then move inside the town to spend night usually at undisclosed locations,” he added.

 

 

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association in Zamfara state, Dr Mannir Bature, who confirmed the attack said the association is worried by the unfortunate incident.

 

 

He said they would hold an emergency state officers council meeting on Saturday.

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