SHOCKER: Gbagi Release Names Of Governorship Candidates Who Are Ex-convicts In Delta

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The parade of certificate forgers, ex-convicts and folks of similar character as election candidates, and eventually as legislators and governors was one of the most poignant facts that came to fore at an interview penultimate Sunday in Warri, Delta State.

Speaking during a World Press Conference, the governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Olorogun Barr. Kenneth Gbagi, OON, revealed that two gubernatorial candidates in the March 11th 2023 election, are those that have served jail terms.

He said the candidates are known to be of dubious reputations in the past for various crimes and offences, ranging from stealing, murder, forgery, 419ners among other deadly activities.

Hear him, “Because they are candidates as they call themselves, the fact remains that Deltans have suffered and can see through them.

“Deltans are looking for people or persons or that individual that is not coming to say let me access into government pulse for me to do things but for instance, what you have done before. The people are a lot more sensible than yesterday.

“Among the governorship candidates, you have about two of them who are ex-convicts, you have people who are into a mirage of criminalities, you have violations in the political parties as they stand today”.

Speaking further, Gbagi, a Constitutional lawyer and renowned Criminologist, expressed joy with the two major contenders in the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), in the ballot, saying that Deltans have rejected them.

“I am extremely pleased with the two major people who are in the contest with me. You have APC one hand, the other one is PDP, Deltans have rejected them, with greatest respect. Deltans will have nothing to do with them”, he stressed.

He disclosed that one of the candidates, was jailed for manslaught, after he allegedly killed his creditor who came for her money.

He was jailed between 2000 and 2004 and was discharge from the prison 17/3/2005.

Also, the other governorship candidate was suspended over a case of alleged forgery and fraud.

Gbagi revealed that the candidate who committed the offence in 1995, was found guilty and suspended for two years.

He was also placed on probation and mandated to take a multistate professional responsibility examination before being admitted back.

After being arrested, a four-count amended charge was filed against him with case number BA111331.

He called on Deltans, market women, students and the electorate to take their destinies into their hands by voting for the Social Democratic Party, a party known for credibility and track records of development.

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