Chief Tony Azuya, Hon. Pat Ajudua, Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa, Barrister Fred Ajudua and Senator Peter Nwaoboshi

Fred Ajudua Threatens Bloodbath in 2019 in Leaked Letter to Okowa

Chief Fred Ajudua has put pressure on Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa that his wife Princess Pat Ajudua must be allowed to run for her last tenure in the House of Assembly in 2019 or there would be a bloodbath.

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In a leaked letter (Read the Letter Here) sent to Governor Okowa on Tuesday, Ajudua claims that Senator Peter Nwaoboshi has taken Chief Tony Azuya to Okowa and has been endorsed to take over from his wife, Princess Pat Ajudua, in 2019. He further claims that all is set for Chief Azuya to declare for PDP on Friday this week, a claim Chief Azuya has dismissed as “rubbish.”

Fred Ajudua, who celebrated his 57th birthday on 5 June 2017, then warns that if Okowa allows that to happen he “will not go down without fighting dirty with the last drop of my blood.”

The threatening letter comes as the struggle between Nwaoboshi and the Ajuduas over the balance of power in Oshimili North intensifies as 2019 elections draw closer, with many people from Ibusa demanding that Pat Ajudua, now serving a third term in the House of Assembly, has had enough and must give way to another person.

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Some may see Ajudua’s threat as a panic measure because of the formidable force of Chief Tony Azuya of APGA, who gave Princess a run for her money in the 2015 House of Assembly elections and even went down the wire to challenge the results at the Delta State Election Tribunal. But those who know Adankele, as Princess Ajudua is fondly called, very well and her penchant for using ‘thuggery,” violence and murder to achieve political goals, have advised that Okowa should take Fred’s threat seriously.

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The Delta Assembly Chief Whip, in collusion with Peter Nwaoboshi, has presided over the rancorous, acrimonious and very bloody nature of Oshimili politics, what XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE sources refer to as “Point and Kill Politics”.

In 2007, one Livy Ajufo also from Ibusa was killed. On the House of Assembly Election Day in 2011, Marvis Chukwuka and Onyeka Achuzia were murdered. And in 2015, also the day of the Delta State House of Assembly Election Day, Emeka Onianwa was mercilessly beaten at Fred Ajudua’s Ibusa mansion, and later died at the university teaching hospital, Benin-City, Edo state, according to Chief Tony Azuya in his Petition to the Inspector General of Police, signed by his solicitor, Barrister Femi Okafor.

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Emeka Kelvin Onianwa lying Comatose in the hospital, handcuffed, before giving up the ghost

Although Xclusive Magazine is unable to establish Mrs Ajudua’s direct involvement in these politically-motivated murders and ritual killings, the insinuation is rife that the murders had occurred during the Delta State Oshimili North’s House of Assembly elections in which Mrs Ajudua had been a candidate.

2019 House of Assembly elections is around the corner, and going by all that has gone before, Fred Ajudua’s threat of bloodbath needs to be taken seriously.

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