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Abadi attributes death of Alams to Dick, Jona

The death of Chief DSP Alamieyeseigha and Col Sam Inokoba has been attributed to Governor Henry Seriake Dickson and former president Goodluck Jonathan’s desperation to use him as an errand boy in spite of his health challenges.
To this end, he met his untimely death.
Former Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chairman Chief Rufus Abadi made this allegation against them during a telephone chat with on Sunday
.According to him, the ex-governor of Bayelsa state Chief Alamieyeseigha was an elder statesman but Governor Dickson and Jonathan used the deceased because he was poor and needed money to survive.
He hinted that Governor Dickson and Jonathan could have graciously approved contract to the deceased without using him to work against his health challenges.
He viewed that Governor Dickson could fail the more as Alamieyeseigha’s had given up the ghost.
He also revealed how Governor Dickson and his former party chairman Late Col. Samuel Inokoba became cat and rat before his death.
That Governor  Dickson had nocturnal meetings with All Progressive Congress, APC, party leaders with a view to defect but Col. Inokoba got wind of the plan and reported the matter to the then president Jonathan but in a meeting with the president, Governor Dickson denied the allegation.
Since then, political animosity grew daily between Governor Dickson and Col. Inokoba to extent of the state working committee suspended the late chairman of the party until recently he is said to have been paid his allowances and joined APC. Not too long, Col. Inokoba died in Lagos.


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