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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

R.M.D Barred From Delta Gov, Emmanuel Uduaghan's Residence!

Information made available revealed, Richard Mofe Damijo, respected actor and Delta State commissioner for Culture and Tourism is graded 'not a welcome guest' at the abode of Governor of the state, Emmanuel Uduaghan.

Though the specific reason for this development is yet to be ascertained, Sources confirmed the situation is such that security operatives at the place appear to have strict instructions to keep the actor turned commissioner away from the place.

A witness from out of town described how the commissioner was bodily kept from gaining entry into the governor's residence by a 'plain cloth security agent' at the place.

'I had an appointment with the governor, it had to do with R.M.D's ministry and as a friend I had already hinted I called him for the appointment, but I was shocked the way he was stopped at the entry point..he was shoved when he attempted to shove his way in with me after I was was disgraceful

'Before the shoving and pushing, one of the operatives at the place asked him, what do you want can't go better go back, if you want to see the governor- go to the office...and surprisingly there was nothing RMD could do about it!..and I witnessed a couple of his co commissioners go see the governor!'

Findings revealed the restriction of Mr Mofe- Damijo's audiences with the governor to the office has roots in developments surrounding fund management- and a bit of misplaced political ties.

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