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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Osun state chapter, yesterday said it was ready to assist the Senate in its probe into how bailout out funds collected by Osun state government was utilized.



The PDP in a statement by its spokesperson, Prince Diran Odeyemi in Osogbo, said Osun state got highest amount of money as bailout but squandered it on phony contracts. The party declared that Governor Aregbesola allegedly actually diverted the bail out funds meant to pay workers salaries to pay some Lagos based contractors which also included a highly placed official in President Buhari’s administration.

The statement reads: “relevant information about the bailout funds shows that Osun got N38.9 billion which was only second to Kogi’s request. But Kogi, under the reign of PDP governor, Idris Wada, was never given the money. “Before the figure was arrived at, a Lagos based consultant hired for the job by Aregbesola used a henchmark of N3billion per month as the state’s wage bill.

This figure, according to our findings was overblown and beyond comprehension but the government claimed it was needed to pay workers’ salaries for over 10 months. “However, workers were only paid full salaries for just two months after which Gov Aregbesola designed the “half salary” system till date”

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  1. Ogbeni abi Ogbono you and your godfather don share the money kwo! N38.9 billion just like that? And workers are dying of hunger. It is wickedness of the highest order!
    Anyway una chose change! .....na the change be that.
    Change dole!
    Sai Baba!
    Sai Tinubu!
    Sai Ogbono!

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  2. Look at him like castrated he-goat. So you carry such money do Owambe kwo! Na wickedness ooo! and thousand of workers are dying of hunger.God Dey oooo! A lot of people will make kirikiri their retirement home if Baba and this useless APC leaves power!
    Sai Baba!
    Sai Tinubu!
    Change Dole!

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