How PDP killed my husband - Alameiseigha‎’s widow | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Mrs. Magareth Alameiseigha, the widow of the First Executive Governor of Bayelsa State, Late Diepreye Solomon Alameisegha, has said that PDP was responsible for the death of her husband.


According to Mrs. Alameiseigha, though the events leading to the last year death of her husband sparked off controversy between the PDP and APC ahead of the Governorship election, the killing of her husband started with his removal from office, arrest, trial and seizure of owned properties under the leadership of the PDP.

According to her, “I can categorically say today that it was the PDP that arrested my husband, seized all his properties and humiliated him to the point of his death. It is PDP that killed my husband and not the APC. It was PDP that arrested my husband, it was PDP that humiliated my husband and killed him. At the end they seized everything that belonged to him.”

“It was the PDP that tormented my husband and he died as a result of the humiliation he suffered in the hands of the PDP. As far as am concerned, the humiliated me and took everything away from us.”

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  1. These people no they shame at all, which kind country we dey sef? this madam want to come with another cooked story., may God safe us in this country ooo!

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  2. Madam! I wish you can hear yourself? How is Bayelsa state money your husband's own. You must be high on something.

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  3. What about Presidential pardon? JONA is a thief

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    1. Yes Oooooooo. Big thief.

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  4. MADAM, your husband committed money laundry abroad and disguised himself like a female to enter Nigeria and you are telling this rubbish story. you want self pity or perhaps APC bribed you for this. SHAME ON YOU BECAUSE NIGERIANS KNOW THE TRUTH.
    May your husbands soul rest in peace.....

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