Tuesday, July 4, 2017

It's My Personal Life, I Didn't Rape Them - Ex-Yobe State Governor, Bukar Ibrahim, Reacts To Viral Video Of Him With 2 Women In A Hotel Room

Yesterday, a video of former Yobe state governor now a senator, Bukar Ibrahim, with two women inside a hotel, suggesting he had just had sex with them went viral!

The 2minutes footage showed Mr. Ibrahim reaching for his underwear after emerging from the shower.

The senator has now reacted to the viral video, saying what he does with a lady inside a room is not anyone's business and that he doesn't owe anyone any explanation. He said it's a blackmail.
Bukar who reacted in an interview with PremiumTimes today, said;

   "This is a personal, private matter. What does my having been with a girl have to do with the public? You know the normal thing: people ask for unreasonable things, and if you deny them, they try to blackmail you if they have a way. If they say I raped, that’s a different matter altogether. Is it because I am a public official then I am not supposed to be entitled to private life? I have commenced investigations to find out why it is circulating. But from all indications, it is a blackmail.'' He said.

The former governor who introduced Sharia In August 2000, said one of the ladies in the video actually told him she was filming him and also using the camera light to illuminate in their hotel room. He says he did not know that the video would be leaked online.

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  1. The brother of Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State, Austin Umahi, has been arrested by the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) for diverting the sum
    of N400 million meant for compromising the 2015 presidential election in favour of the Peoples
    Democratic Social gathering (PDP).
    It was gathered that Austin Umahi was arrested together with
    two others, Chinyere Egwuche and Mabel Dikiko, for jointly diverting the alleged sum of cash.

    The Spokesperson for the EFCC, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren stated that the anti-graft company, EFCC, arrested three suspects, who're employees
    of Brass Engineering & Development Nigeria Restricted and Osborn La-Palm Royal Resort.



    They had been picked by their refusal to honour EFCC’s invitation for questioning
    over ongoing probe into how the aforementioned firms acquired
    concerned within the sharing of marketing campaign funds meant
    for presidential polls.
    Wilson additional famous, "While Austin Umahi doubles because the Chairman of each firms- Brass Engineering & Development Firm and Osborn La-Palm Royal Resort, Chinyere Egwuche and Mabel Dikibo are additionally signatories to the above talked about companies’ accounts".

    The EFCC Spokesperson added: "Investigations by the fee revealed that the sum of N400 million was launched by the Director of Finance, PDP Presidential Marketing campaign Organisation, Senator Nenadi Usman, to PDP Ebonyi State for the 2015 presidential election".



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    EFCC
    It was, nevertheless, found that the mentioned fund was instantly moved from Fidelity
    Financial institution Abakaliki on March, 27, 2015, the place it was initially
    deposited, to an Entry Financial institution Abakaliki account.

    Umahi additional moved N100 million and N300 million respectively into the
    accounts of Brass Engineering & Development Nigeria Restricted and Osborn La-Palm Royal
    Resort respectively.
    It was additionally found that Chinyere Egwuche subsequently withdrew N300 million and paid identical
    into the account of Osborn La-Palm, which
    she stated was used to finance additional building of Osborn La-Palm Accommodations in Abakaliki,
    Uburu and Port Harcourt, whereas N100 million which was paid
    into the account of Brass Engineering & Building Nigeria Restricted was transferred to David Umahi Religion Basis.

    The EFCC Spokesperson, Uwujaren, additional said that "although investigations are ongoing, the mentioned corporations have been traced to the Ebonyi State Governor, Dave Umahi".

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  2. Abuja – President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday said that terrorism and
    kidnapping were still major national challenges because Nigerians
    had not united against them as they did against the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).



    Jonathan made the statement at an inter-denominational church
    service at the National Ecumenical Centre, Abuja, to mark
    the country’s 54th Independence Anniversary coming up on Wednesday.




    He said the country was able to fight and defeat
    the deadly Ebola disease because Nigerians united against the virus irrespective of political persuasion, religion or ethnic origin.


    The president appealed for unity among Nigerians, noting that there was no problem or
    challenge that could withstand the force of a united Nigeria.



    "Take the case of Ebola for example; this is a good example all Nigerians must learn from.

    "When Patrick Sawyer brought Ebola to Nigeria, it was in Lagos that this incidence happened and in terms of politics, Lagos is an opposition party state
    but the central government is the ruling party.


    "From Lagos Ebola moved to Rivers State, also opposition party state.

    "But because all Nigerians fought Ebola irrespective of political persuasion, irrespective of religion, irrespective of ethnicity, as individuals we defeated the disease,’’ he said.



    Jonathan commended the military and other security services for the successes
    they had recorded in the counter-insurgency operations despite internal sabotage.



    He noted that what the security agencies needed was the support and encouragement of all Nigerians to rid the country of terrorists and other enemies of the Nigerian state.



    The president frowned at inflammatory statements and utterances of some politicians and called for
    restraint in the interest the country.


    "We will not require people to come from heaven or other countries to solve our problems. What we require from our brothers and sisters is to encourage our military because it is not easy.


    "When people are sleeping in their houses at night, they are
    busy fighting. Bullets are not badminton rackets or something.



    "When I listen to some statements made by some people who call themselves leaders, I feel sad for the country.


    "We must believe that we do not have any other country outside
    of Nigeria,’’ he said.

    In his sermon, the President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oristejafor, said that most of the challenges confronting the country
    were self-inflicted.


    He noted that corruption and terrorism, which he described as `the greatest’ problems facing the country were created by greedy
    politicians and extreme religious ideologists.



    According to him, corruption is fed by greed, which in turn is rooted in poverty mentality.



    He defined poverty mentality as the thinking that what one
    had was not enough.


    Oristejafor differed with the school of thought that terrorism was caused
    by poverty.

    According to him, terrorism is caused by extreme religious ideology.



    The CAN president, who based his message on Mark 4:35 to 41,
    said that Nigeria was a boat built by God that could never sink.




    He said that as Jesus calmed the storm that threatened the boat conveying Him
    and His disciples across Lake Galilee, God would take the country
    through its current challenges and restore peace to
    the land.


    Oristejafor warned trouble-makers to either repent and retrace their steps or be ready to face God’s
    judgment.


    Hon. Justice Walter Onoghen, took the First Reading drawn from 1 Samuel 30:1-19.


    The Second Reading, taken from Mark 4:34-41, was taken by the President of
    the Senate, David Mark.


    Other dignitaries who attended the service included the First Lady Patience Jonathan; the president’s
    mother, Mrs Eunice Jonathan and former military Head of State, Gen.
    Yakubu Gowon (rtd).

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