Barrister Peter Nwaoboshi and Louis Ndukwe

Oshimili North is Broke, after N10million payout to Nwaoboshi

Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State is down on its financial knees because of Barrister Peter Nwaoboshi. XCLUSIVE Magazine gathered from a very reliable source that a N10million payout to Barrister Peter Nwaoboshi has severely depleted the N67million federal allocation for November.

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The gaping financial hole has left the council Chairman Louis Ndukwe with little or no money to run the Council, with its massive overhead. The reliable source told XCLUSIVE Magazine that although Ndukwe has managed to pay Staff salaries for November, he is now at a loss as to where the next money to pay salaries for the subsequent months and meet other council overhead will come from.

Our source further described Ndukwe’s conundrum as the “Oracle Syndrome,” which she explained as a form of “political disorder” that afflicts all Nwaoboshi’s political godsons and daughters, as they struggle over the limit of their human power to appease their overbearing godfather.

In Oshimili North, Oracle, as Chief Nwaoboshi is popularly called by his loyalists, runs the rules. He picks who gets the party ticket to contest in any elections and nominates who gets into the state board or becomes as commissioner. And this favour comes at a high cost, as the favoured individual is expected to continuously and unfailingly make hefty financial settlements to his benefactor.

The Ukala-Okpuno born Ndukwe rode to power on the crest of Nwaoboshi’s Tripod Agenda. XCLUSIVE Magazine gathered on good authority that for that political favour, Ndukwe had reached an agreement that a certain percentage of the federal allocation to the local government must be paid monthly to Nwaoboshi.

That agreement is what is now bleeding Oshimili North to death. A source very close to Ndukwe revealed to XCLUSIVE Magazine that it is an agreement Ndukwe is now beginning to regret, as he is already feeling that he is being strangulated by Nwaoboshi and may not be able to meet the agreement in the long term.

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