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Ajumobi believes in juju, flees Govt House



For those wondering why Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State abandoned the official Government House residence for his private home in Ibadan, the state capital, the answer has been provided.

He said he had to flee his official residence after opponents directed evil traditional sacrifices (known as ebo in Yoruba) at him.

He said ahead of the just-concluded elections, some desperate politicians did their best to send him out of Government House at all cost through many devilish means.
Ajimobi made the disclosure in Ibadan during the eighth-day Fidau prayer for the late Chief Imam of Ibadanland, Sheikh Baosari Haruna.

He said, “They first came to you Alfas to give them prayers that will send me out of office, but my own Alfa prayers superseded that of these desperate politicians.
“Every morning, I always go out on exercise. If you know the Government House very well, it has many interchange, popularly called `orita’, I see all kinds of sacrifices (ebo) placed in all these junctions.”
“Worried by these developments, some of you my Alfas here advised me to move out of the Government House to render their evil plots useless,” he said.
Mr. Ajimobi said his reason for fleeing his official quarters is contrary to tales spread by opponents that he packed out of Government House because he was afraid of imminent defeat as no governor had ever been reelected for second term in the history of the state.
The governor said he had to leave “to thwart the evil plots of these desperate politicians”.
According to him, “It is only Allah who shamed my detractors through your prayers for me and those I made in Saudi Arabia where I had the privilege of entering inside the Kaabah,” he said.

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