Home Music Videos Movies Entertainment


Advertise Your Business With Us

Home » Gist/Gossip

‘Ned Nwoko is a Tormentor’- Nigerian Man Drops Bombshell

Nigerian politician, businessman, and philanthropist, has been called out by one Okey Ifejoku the son of a community leader in Delta State.

The young man spoke exclusively to Sahara Reporters and detailed how the billionaire and husband of famed actor has been tormenting people and grabbing their land for himself.

He further stated how his father was arrested in 2016 on the orders of who accused him of sponsoring the indigenes of Aniocha North Local Government Area to protest against him. He added that his father is currently rotting behind bars because he did not support the evil intentions of grabbing lands from innocent people.

He said, “Nwoko, who got about 33 hectares of land for free having claimed he wanted to use it for dairy farms, later built a personal estate on it. He was trespassing and hijacking poor farmers’ land.

HOT POST 🔥  Not Every Popular Person On Social Media Deserves The Celebrity Tag – Mzbel

The affected people in t he community called Owu reached out to Ifejoku to appease Nwoko like a god that he claimed he has been, following their peaceful protest. When Ifejoku called for a meeting, Nwoko was in attendance and explained that he had a vision of building a golf course in the community.

He said the golf course would require 90 hectares of land and that he still wanted another 100 hectares of land for a sports university. That was the reason why he was invading people’s farmlands and destroying them.

HOT POST 🔥  I’m A Virgin And I Will Remain That Way Till I Get Married’ – Broda Shaggi

People questioned him about the golf course and he was expecting my father to support him, but he did not. The community said he should do that with the hectares of land that Obi gave him but he was hell-bent on grabbing people’s farmlands.

He has been tormenting both elders and youths of that community, and that is the reason my father is one of the victims.

When asked about the role of the police, Nnagoziem said Nwoko used his influence to transfer the case to Abuja.

“But now, it has been brought back to Delta State. The case had not been sorted till the judicial workers went on strike,” he said.



About Author
Joyloaded  
Joyloaded CEO Cool Headed Guy.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.