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Thursday, July 23, 2020

Ex-Nigerian President, Obasanjo, flogs relative’s wife with horse whip for stealing N160m in Ogun State


Ex-Nigerian President, Obasanjo, flogs relative’s wife with horse whip for stealing N160m in Ogun State







A former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, stormed the  Ifo Ibogun area of Ogun State with a truckload of armed security operatives and allegedly physically assaulted the wife of his close relative and top confidant, Adebayo Molaja over N160m.



According to reports, the former Nigerian president, Obasanjo personally flogged Mrs Adebayo several times with a horse whip (Koboko) for an alleged ‘theft’ of N160m.



It was not clear how the issue came about and what actually prompted the former President, who is also a retired military general, to take such action.



A resident of the area, who asked not to be named for safety reasons, however, told Sahara that Obasanjo was heard shouting “Omolaja, ole! Abiodun, ole! Won loji N160m (Omolaja thief! Abiodun thief! They said you stole N160m)" during the incident.









The resident added, “Obasanjo came from his Ota farm abode at exactly 5:00am while people were still sleeping. He was accompanied by fiery-looking security men armed to the teeth who condoned the residence of the Adebayos. He immediately called out Mrs Adebayo and ordered the mobile policemen with him to form a barricade. He then proceeded with a horse whip (Koboko) to personally flog the woman several times.



Attempts to get the reaction of Kehinde Akinyemi, spokesperson for Obasanjo, was unsuccessful as his telephone line was not reachable at the time of this report.
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