Imo State Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere In Gay Scandal – I Caught Them Having Sex In Hotel Room – Partner`s Wife

Newly appointed Imo state deputy governor, Prince Eze Madumere might be Homosexual. The former chief of staff to Imo state was caught in a sex romp with a male partner, Hon Uchenna Isidore Rajis, the former transitional caretaker chairman of Njaba local government Area of the state and a close aide of the state governor, Rochas Okorocha.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hon. Rajis enstranged wife was the one who spilled the beans, she allegedly accused her Ex-hubby of indulging in a bi-sexual affair with prince Madumere.

She reportedly caught the duo in the act in January 2012 during the then fuel subsidy crisis two months after their traditional wedding in Owerri, the imo state capital. Sandra exclusively states that after the wedding ceremony, she and her husband lodged at disney hotel in Owerri and that she later took permission from her husband to visit her village.

She said on getting back to the hotel, she knocked, there was no answer, so she hit the room door and saw prince Madumere, who was then Chief of staff to Imo state Governor and her hubby came out of the bathroom naked and sweating. She further stated that none of the duo could tell her what was going on and that the incident wrecked her Marriage to Hon. Rajis, who abandoned her and her three months old son, Igwe.

”After our traditional marriage In November, 26th 2011 in Owerri, we were staying at disney Hotel, and i was responsible for the bills until January 2012, when i caught my Husband , Uchenna having sex with Prince Eze in our camp David apartment, of the hotel. Then, I was not based in Owerri, I lived outside the state. Rajis and Madumere are Homosexual partners,” she stated.

Raji and wife on wedding day

Sandra Rajis is now threatening fire and brimstone to take the matter up and fight for her son’s right having invested heavily on the marriage.

After Several failed marriages including the fourth to Sandra Uche Rajis, Hon. Rajis is now having affairs with another lady, Who is now his fifth wife, Kindness Onyebuenyi.

An guess who sponsored Hon. Rajis wedding to Kindness? Prince Madumere and it took place on saturday May 5th, 2013.

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VIDEO: Obasanjo Had A killer Squad As President — Former Associate

A former associate of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo, Mr. Richard Odusanya, on Saturday alleged that the former chairman of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party’s Board of Trustees was in charge of a killer squad that was formed under the military regime of late Gen. Sani Abacha.

Odusanya reportedly worked behind the scenes when Obasanjo was in power.

In a live interview, with an online news portal, Sahara Reporters, Odusanya alleged that the former President lodged the killer squad at a State Security Service headquarters, known as ‘Yellow House.’

He appeared on the programme alongside Mr. Segun Seriki, a PDP member in Ogun State and a member of the House of Representatives in the Third Republic, under the Social Democratic Party.

According to Odusanya, the squad was used for political assassinations and was responsible for the unresolved killings of politicians under Obasanjo’s administration.

He further alleged that Obasanjo knew about the murder of the former Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Chief Bola Ige, and a South-South politician, Chief Harry Marshall.

Odusanya said, “I believe that a killer squad created during the Abacha regime was kept by Obasanjo and housed at SSS headquarters, known as Yellow House, and was used for political assassinations.”

Explaining Obasanjo’s alleged link with Ige’s death, Odusanya said, “The night Chief Bola Ige was assassinated, a top PDP member confided in me that Obasanjo told him Bola Ige was down.”

Concerning the murder of Marshall, he said, “I also took a gift to Marshall and he was assassinated just a few weeks later.”

Odusanya also alleged that the ex-president benefitted from an account with the defunct Trans-International Bank and that from the funds in the account, Obasanjo, asked him to deliver a Peugeot 607 and the sum of N500,000 to a woman (name withheld).

When contacted for Obasanjo’s comments, his Chief of Staff, Mr. Victor Durodola, said his boss was not available to react to the allegations.

He challenged those who made the allegations to come out with their evidence.

Durodola said, “The former president is not available. Therefore, he is not in a position to respond to the allegations. However, my personal comment is that these are people who indulge in blackmail.

“Why are they using online television? They should come to Channels, AIT, or NTA; these are television stations that are known.

“Definitely, that is not Obasanjo’s character they are describing and everybody knows that. Of all the military rulers, the issue of killer squad cannot be attributed to him. That was not his style. He is not around now but I doubt if he would even give it any attention whatsoever.

He stressed that the ex-president could not have been responsible for the unresolved killings under his administration.

He further argued that Obasanjo had no reason to be involved in Ige’s assassination.

“We would like to see it (the interview) but these are issues you know cannot be possible. The killings were unresolved, yes, but you know that nobody could have attributed that to him. He would kill his minister for what? So that he (Obasanjo) could be minister?” Durodola said.

Another Obasanjo aide, Vitalis Ortese, told one of our correspondents on the telephone that the allegation was a non-issue.

He said, “I don’t know them. Let them prove the allegation. I don’t know any Segun Seriki or Richard Odusanya.”

Also reacting to the allegations, Bola Ige’s eldest child, Mrs. Funsho Adegbola, told SUNDAY PUNCH that her father’s killers are still alive.

Adegbola, a lawyer, called for the reopening of the Bola Ige murder case.

She said, “I can’t put anything past them. I haven’t seen the interview. I don’t know the content of the report but I can’t put anything past them. I believe the people who killed my father – the foot soldiers and the people who sent them – are alive. They are not people from Mars.

“A murder case can go on for 30 years or more. If there is political will and the government wants to show that people should pay for their crimes, this can be done. The family can’t do anything about it because it is the state versus the suspects. The family can’t sue; it is the state that can take action.”

Ige, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, was shot dead in his Ibadan home on December 23, 2001.

Following a mass protest over the killing, the Federal Government had deployed troops in the South-Western state to prevent a breakdown of law and order.

While security agencies had arrested some suspects allegedly involved in the murder, including the then deputy governor of Osun State – Ige’s home state – Mr. Iyiola Omisore, they were however discharged and acquitted.

Just like Ige, Marshall Harry, who was the National Coordinator, South-South geopolitical zone of the All Nigerian Peoples Party Presidential Campaign was murdered by at his No,28 Karaye Close, Garki II, Abuja residence on March 5, 2003, barely a month to the presidential election in which Obasanjo was re-elected.

The ANPP chieftain was said to have been killed in the presence of his daughter and his niece, Loliya Harry.

The only security guard in the house, Mr. Polini Aniya, said the assailants numbering about five forced their way into the ANPP chieftain’s residence around 3am.

The ANPP, and it presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, had insisted that agents of the PDP and Federal Government assassinated Harry.

At Harry’s burial ceremony, Buhari, alleged that in its desperation to rig itself into power, the PDP-controlled Federal Government bankrolled assassins to eliminate political opponents.

After the incident, the police arrested four suspects in connection with the murder.

However, after seven years in detention, the accused standing trial for the murder were discharged and acquitted by an Abuja High Court.

The court cited lack of enough evidence to sustain the charge against them.

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Uwajumogu has alleged that “PDP Offered him N3billion naira And Protection to Impeach Okorocha” –

"PDP Offered N3Bn And Protection to Impeach Okorocha" – Uwajumogu

The Speaker of the Imo State House of Assembly, Mr Benjamin Uwajumogu, yesterday alleged that the elder brother to the impeached deputy governor Jude Agbaso and some chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had offered him N3 billion to facilitate the impeachment of the state Governor, Rochas Okorocha.

Speaking during an interview with journalists in Owerri, the Imo State capital, Uwajumogu alleged that the millionaire businessman, the PDP national vice chairman (South East), Col. Augustine Akobundu and other high-ranking PDP members promised to give him the money if he would facilitate the impeachment of Okorocha to pave way for his deputy, Jude Agbaso, to become the governor of the state.

According to Uwajumogu: “Sometime in August, 2012, the elder brother to the former deputy governor invited me for a meeting to assist me in the attempt by the PDP hierarchy to remove me from office.

“I attended the meeting with him in Anambra State in the house of a businessman, with other high-ranking PDP members in attendance including the current South East national vice chairman of the PDP in attendance.

“I was jolted at the meeting when I was told that the Presidency had directed that impeachment proceedings be initiated against Governor Okorocha to remove him from office, so that the then deputy governor, Sir Jude Agbaso, could take over.

“The sum of N3billion was offered to me and adequate protection.

“I now asked them to give me the evidence that was required to impeach the governor and up till today they have not given me any required evidence.”

Uwajumogu further revealed, “While the elder brother to the impeached deputy governor was trying to sponsor the impeachment move, Okorocha learnt of it and confronted him and myself. I owned up, but having heard their discussion and there was no evidence, I didn’t think it was anything to worry about.”

The Speaker also denied any reports that the impeachment of the deputy governor was predetermined, pointing out that, “I am actually surprised by some of the information being released. If there was any predetermined impeachment action, it was to be against the governor, which was to be sponsored by the elder brother to the impeached deputy governor and the PDP in line with the directives of the Presidency.”

But when contacted, Akobundu stated thus: “I am not aware of what he [the Speaker] is talking about. I am a member of the opposition in the state and can’t be talking about impeachment. The PDP is concerned with restoring good governance in the state.”

Also speaking, the state Public Secretary of the PDP, Chief Blyden Amajirionwu, described the Speaker’s claim as’unfounded’ and ‘total falsehood’: “The PDP is not interested in the impeachment of Okorocha because if he is impeached, the PDP will not take over. We are working to win the next election and restore good governance in the state. The PDP will remove Okorocha during the next general election. We are not talking about impeachment.”

In his reaction, Agbaso’s brother simply said, “I am not sure the Speaker can say anything like that.”