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Edo 2020: Deputy Governor’s Wife, Maryann Shaibu, Petitions Police, Says Oshiomhole Threatened To Deal With Her


The wife of the deputy governor of Edo State, Mrs Maryann Shaibu, has filed a petition before the State Commissioner of Police over an alleged threat to her life by the immediate past Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.

Mrs Shaibu, in the petition dated September 8th through her counsel, Idemudia Ilueminosen & Co and titled “Threat to Life”, said Oshiomhole had threatened to deal with her after casting aspersions on her at a rally in Etsako West Local Government Area of Edo.

Mrs Shaibu’s petition read in part:

“We are further informed by our client that the said Oshiomole did not only threaten to deal with her but he has also declared that he has sent some thugs to monitor her movements in Etsako West with a view to carrying out the threat of dealing with her.

“It is on this note, that we passionately appeal to you on behalf of our client,  to use your good office to investigate this incident.

“Investigation is also necessary with a view to bringing the said Comrade Adams Oshiomole and his cohorts to book to avert any unpleasant and unforeseen harm coming to our client especially as the Edo State gubernatorial election  is  by  the  corner; precisely  on 19th of September, 2020.”

Reacting to Mrs Shaibu’s petition, Media Aide to Comrade Oshiomole, Victor Oshioke, dispelled the allegation saying that Oshiomhole is focused on securing the election of the governorship candidate of the APC and cannot, under any circumstances, be distracted by the “buzzing of baby mosquitoes Mrs Shaibu.”

Oshioke said, “This petition is nothing but a futile attempt to divert the attention of Nigerians from the trending video of Maryann Shaibu threatening to flog women old enough to be her mother if they dare exercise their fundamental human rights to attend any event other than the one she organises.”


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