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How Adams Oshiomhole Agrees Power Sharing With Black Axe Confraternity – Report



How Adams Oshiomhole Agrees Power Sharing With Black Axe Confraternity - Report

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A notorious political thug Tony Kabaka hyped Adams Oshiomhole in an interview, but that is not the greatest blow from what was said.

When it comes to headlines news from Edo State, it doesn’t get much better than a well-known Nigerian black axe confraternity (aiye cult group) member saying “I was nothing before, Oshiomhole did it for me” an Ex-Governor of Edo State, and former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress who was seen as someone he had been particularly close to.

It’s an even more succulent headline when the two heads are Adams Oshiomhole and Tony Kabaka, who everyone either loves or loves to hate, without much emotionlessness or public opinion in between, in either their own state or around the country.

But that ‘hyped’ we mentioned above is not what will have the blow from what Kabaka said about Oshiomhole in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in a documentary concentrating on the Black Axe Confraternity popularly known as aiye cult group.

In the interviews, Kabaka express his gratitude that Oshiomhole was the man behind his multi-billion naira assets in Benin city.

What did Tony Kabaka say about Oshiomhole on the BBC Africa eye documentary?

Tony Kabaka disclosed his tight relationship with Nigerian politicians and most especially Adams Oshiomhole:

  1. He revealed to the BBC that politicians use him and other cult members as a force during elections.
  2. He said he was nobody before until Oshiomhole came and changed his life.

What did Tony Kabaka say about Aye cult?

He said politicians are the ones sponsoring and encouraging cult violence in a bid to enforce political power.

“Cultism still exists because the government is involved,” he said.

How did Adams Oshiomhole sign an agreement with Aye Black Axe cultists?

The BBC also revealed hacked emails during Adams Oshiomhole governorship campaign about how N35 million naira was sent by multiple political groups to bank accounts owned by the Neo Black Movement ahead of an election campaign.

The report stated that in exchange for their favors, a total of 80 political offices and roles had been promised to the members of the cult group.

You can watch the video on YouTube.

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