Trouble for Okowa as Otefe poly rector allegedly funding Ogboru secretly


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Delta State governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa seems to have empowered his enemies and needs to be watching his back, as he is currently dining and wining with enemies if the information at our disposal is anything to go by.

Dependable sources within the Rectory told our correspondent that the Rector of the Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe Oghara, Prof. Austin Opujor is secretly funding the campaign of the governorship candidate of the All
Progressive Congress, Chief Great Ogboru a development some of the institution staff described as against the civil service rule.

According to our source who pleaded with our correspondent not to be on print, explained that the Rector in a conversation with a prominent stalwart of the All Progressive Congress in his office recently hinted that the rector doled out the sum of ten million naira that day to support Great Ogboru gubernatorial ambition through the APC member (name withheld).

Stressing that he (rector) needed to support Ogboru as according to him that with the backing of Federal government, Ogboru would win the election, an indication to cement his relationship with Ogboru if he eventually won at the poll; urged the APC Party faithful to convey his message to Great Ogboru that he (rector) is fully with him.

Insider source told our correspondent the rector who takes forgiveness for sin in the case of his benefactor turned enemy stressed that Gov. Okowa refused to make him the Provost, College of Marine Technology, Burutu when he won came out first position through election, a situation the rector vowed to deal with the governor by mobilizing against Okowa second term bid both in the school and his local government.

Investigations by our correspondent revealed that the rector has ordered his kinsmen and some of the staff, students of the Polytechnic to ensure they work against Gov. Okowa second term bid, just as he has said to have doled out cash running into millions of naira to his kinsmen awaiting the election day.

Efforts made by our correspondent to reach the rector was unsuccessful as at the time of filing his known Mtn line calls and short message service sent to him were not replied.

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