Emerging report, allegedly revealed that the Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, entered into an illicit deal to cover up the Ikoyi billion naira looters.
Recall, that Sahara Reporters in its latest report, had published the alleged names of the owners and occupants of the nine storey luxury apartment in Ikoyi, with the name of the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, missing from the list.
Although, Post-Nigeria has not be able to confirm the authenticity of the report that alleged that Sowore was bribed to protect Amaechi.
The alleged report that was sent to Post-Nigeria, reads:
Folks, you must have realised how Omoyele Sowore of Sahara Reporters has been trying desperately but unusually, to cover-up for the looters of the #IkoyiBillions.
The reasons are not far-fetched, and they’re as below:
1. Omoyele Sowore has signed a permanent pact with the trio of Nasir El-Rufai, Rotimi Ameachi, and Bola Ahmed Tinubu. This is why you will never see any negative stories regarding this trio on Sahara Reporters.
2. Rotimi Ameachi financed Sowore’s SaharaTV with $1.5million, at the point of set-up, so Sowore is eternally indebted to Ameachi, despite his corruption.
3. Sowore believes that if the bubble eventually burst on Rotimi Amaechi, the balance of the Ikoyi billions might be linked to him, Sowore, because it’s from these lush funds that SaharaTV was funded and established by Ameachi
4. Now, Omoyele Sowore has got a marching order to spine the story of the #IkoyiBillions, so as to divert public attention from Rotimi Ameachi, the prime suspect.
5. There is also the Ibrahim Magu part. So, Sowore is stuck between Magu, who leaks sensitive information to him, and Ameachi, the prime suspect of the #IkoyiBillions.
So, are you surprised that almost immediately the EFCC leaked the information about the loot to the public, Sahara Reporters without investigation, pointed accusing fingers on virtually everybody, except Rotimi Ameachi, his sponsor?
Are you surprised that in one breath, Sahara Reporters denied that the money was owned by the NIA and in another, suddenly changed the narrative to say that it was Folashade Oke, the wife the NIA Chief, Ayodele Oke, that brought the money in ‘Ghana-Must-Go bags to the Ikoyi apartments?