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    Monday, 22 July 2019

    "Real Reason Orubebe Attacked PDP" – Delta Monarch Reveals

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    NIGER-DELTA dissident and customary Prime Minister of Tuomo Kingdom of Delta State, Chief Mike Loyibo, Saturday said that previous Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe profited monstrously from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as a 'super pastor' under previous President Goodluck Jonathan.

    Boss Loyibo was responding to the upheaval by Orubebe that the PDP is a gathering overwhelmed by 'dissatisfied and vicious components.'

    He blamed the previous clergyman for setting out on a childish plan under the appearance of the Ijaw country.

    "In spite of the fact that I'm not an individual from the PDP, Orubebe ought not be taken genuine. It is the equivalent PDP that he profited by as a super pastor for 7years and was one of the three incredible clergymen under Jonathan, yet he didn't utilize his situation to draw in any degree of advancement to his locale that is bothered with destitution and underdevelopment," he told newsmen.

    On Orubebe's supposed minimization of the Ijaws in Delta State by the state representative, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, Loyibo stated: "Orubebe really needed to force one of his supporters on the representative which was turned down; subsequently he chose to utilize the Ijaw country as an appearance to assault the senator.

    "In spite of the fact that I need the senator to give more regard for our region, up until now, the arrangements by Okowa have been reasonable on all sides and there is no minimization as claimed by Orubebe.

    "As a priest, he fizzled and his upheaval was badly spurred, done in an awful light and is a narrow minded individual upheaval utilizing the Ijaw individuals as a spread."
    He said.

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