Local Council Boss In Trouble For Allegedly Poisoning His Cabinet Members


Honourable Sulaiman Akeem fondly called ‘Oris’ of the Bariga LCDA is presently in the middle of a controversy following the discovery of six of the ward chairmen from his constituency in an unconscious state. The unconscious men, all members of the Action Congress of Nigeria were seen foaming from the mouth inside a vehicle along Deeper Life Road around Gbagada by commercial motorcyclists. After the “okada riders” had raised an alarm, the Sienna conveying the men was intercepted with the help of a commercial bus driver and the driver of the Sienna with registration number LT 286 AAA was coerced to drive into the Ifako police station. It took the prompt action of medical personnel from a clinic not far from the police station to bring the men back to consciousness. The men thereafter disclosed that they were coming from Ibafo where a meeting was scheduled to hold with Oris. They gave the venue of the meeting which they also said was aborted as a hotel in Ibafo. Incidentally, the hotel is owned by Honourable Sulaiman Akeem. It was however said that Oris had called them on phone that he would not be available for the meeting. None of the men could state what made them unconscious. Some of them however raised suspicions that they might have been drugged as they all claimed to have eaten in Ibafo. It was however found out that the driver of the vehicle who is a member of the same party with the other occupants was unaffected. The motorcyclists who intercepted him said they felt something was suspicious as the man drove recklessly, almost running one of them down at the Gbagada roundabout. It was while they were trying to catch up and caution him that they made the chance discovery. The Honourable has since been invited while the driver is also in custody helping the police in their investigations.

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