Recent photos drop as impeached dep. gov. leaves juju in office as he hands over

Recent photos drop as impeached dep. gov. leaves juju in office as he hands over

Elder Simon Achuba, the former deputy governor of Nigeria’s Kogi state, who was impeached by the Kogi state House of Assembly has allegedly left juju in his former office as he was in a rush to leave the place.

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The chief of staff to the new governor, Asuku Jamiu Abdulkareem, disclosed the incident on social media.

Elder Simon Achuba was deputy to governor Yahaya Bello who has been in power since 2016.

He will handle the duties of the impeached Achuba.

Elder Simon Achuba’s juju disclosed the discovered when the office was being prepared to host some visitors for a flag off Rally over the weekend.

''Forgotten juju item by the impeached deputy governor of Kogi. We found this at his official residence after he hurriedly moved out. This is really sad. Achuba has been informed to come pick his item.

In Kogi, we believe in God, not juju. Maybe this explains why he is no longer part of the "new direction" government,'' Asuku Jamiu Abdulkareem stated on Facebook.

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He followed up with another post on Facebook which read: ''It is normal when someone is deceiving you but I view it as an aberration when one is deceiving himself.

I have only asked Achuba to come and remove his god from government house and he is there claiming to be the deputy governor and not the former? Where is he operating from if I may ask?

We have His Excellency Chief Edward David Onoja (CEDO) as our Deputy Governor and that is who the good people of Kogi State recognise for now. I rest my case.''

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