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Saturday, 26 October 2019

Impeached Kogi Deputy Governor Allegedly Forgot His Charms In Government House

Asuku Jamiu Abdulkareem, the new Chief of Staff to Kogi state governor, Yahaya Bello, has alleged that the impeached deputy governor of Kogi state, Elder Simon Achuba, left a charm in his government house apartment after he hurriedly exited the residence.


Elder Simon Achuba was impeached recently by the Kogi state House of Assembly.

In a Facebook post, Asuku Jamiu Abdulkareem said the charm was discovered when maintenance officers and security personal went to prepare the place to host some visitors for today’s flag off Rally.

Forgotten juju item by impeached deputy Governor of Kogi. We found this at his official residence after he hurriedly moved out. This is really sad. Achuba has been informed to come pick his item.

In Kogi, we believe in God not juju. Maybe this explains why he is no longer part of the “New Direction” government” he wrote.

The impeached deputy governor who speaks on the Pulpit at Knowledge of the Truth Church Lokoja, equally led a government delegation of Christians to the holy land in 2016.


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