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EXPOSED AUDIO by Davies01(m) : 10:18 am On Dec 24

E.X.P.O.S.E.D (AUDIO FACT):

Governor Amosun explodes at the meeting with House of Assembly and National Assembly members... Boasts about contesting the Senate and emerging the next Senate President, reveals how votes were bought in Ondo & hints on how Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will be disgraced before 2019!!!

Hard facts have emerged about the meeting which was held about two days ago at the governor's office between the Governor, his OGHA and NASS members.

It was reliably gathered that the incumbent governor in Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun bragged about his 2019 senatorial ambition where he revealed that he is under severe pressure to contest as the senator representing Ogun Central senatorial district a position which is currently held by Senator Lanre Tejuoso.

In his words, the governor was quoted as saying " I am under enormous pressure to contest for the Senate seat of my senatorial district. I said to myself, I can't be anything less than a number 3 when I go back to the Senate. I might not contest and I might contest. Even Tejuoso that is seated here might recontest and might not recontest. The same goes for Micky and others here"

These words shocked Senator Tejuoso who was also seated at the meeting according to the source at the meeting.

The governor also bragged about how votes were bought in the just concluded gubernatorial elections in Ondo state and promised to repeat such feat in the 2019 elections in Ogun State.

In his words, the governor said " we were just laughing at the likes of Asiwaju when they budgeted N100,000 per polling unit. Unknowingly to them, we brought in N1m per unit. I got the money out from Abuja and we will repeat same in Ogun come 2019.

I am concerned about just 7 local governments. The 5 in Ogun central, Sagamu and Ado odo ota. I am prepared to spend N1bn in Sagamu, N1bn in Ado odo ota then N2bn in Ogun central. That "Ladi has no brain" in yoruba

No matter what we do, that drug boy buruji will beat us in some part of Ogun east while that f00l from Lagos will control the other 4 local government in Ogun west"

The governor was oozing massive confidence at the meeting and revealed that he was aware of underground moves to the camp of Tinubu from within his government.

The governor said in yoruba to be precise "we are aware of the moves by some of you but if I get to know you have gone public with such moves, you are finished"

The governor hinted about the plans to create crisis for Asiwaju Tinubu in Lagos APC.

The governor said in his words " Even Lagos will go out of Asiwaju's grip. We will bring in few PDP to decamp to APC and cause them problems (laughter) you don't know anything. You can go ahead and tell them o, I don't care"

None of the house of assembly and National Assembly members uttered a word throughout the meeting as they were all in shock.

Meanwhile the source within that gave this information is waiting for the government to deny this exclusive story before making the audio file public.

Latest ***** Breaking News:

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu receives Senator Ibikunle Amosun's audio file of meeting with OGHA & NASS members where he insulted him. Abuja cabals disappointed.
Details coming your way shortly
  

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