Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Edo state Deputy Gov. caught in muddy waters as he denies use of voodoo against his Boss

Edo State deputy governor, Dr. Pius Odubu has denied allegations that he contacted native doctors to kill his boss, Adams Oshiomhole.
The disagreement between Odubu and Oshiomhole started when Odubu declared his interest to run for the governorship of the state. Meanwhile Oshiomhole is backing the Chairman of the Economic Team of the state government Godwin Obaseki to become the next governor.

Odubu in a press statement by his Chief Press Secretary said:

    As a devout Catholic, I will not do anything that is unbecoming of a true Christian in the name of politics. God knows that I never had any pact with any witch/native doctor to kill anyone or avenge for me and I will never condescend to that extent as long as God lives. It is against my faith.

    The Bible teaches that even when the innocent suffers and mischief makers and traducers appear to triumph in their blackmail, it is for God alone to avenge. I  will, by the special grace of God, continue to disappoint the dubious expectations of those who are bent on driving a wedge between me and the governor. It is my nature and character to be loyal to those who God has set over me because they are His instruments.

    At times like this, blackmailers are at their best but I have decided to take solace in God who knows the hearts of men, trusting and believing as always that God will vindicate the just. I wish to reiterate that I have no rift with the governor, who I revere and deeply appreciate.

Source: Vanguard

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