WHY EFCC SHOULD SAVE KOGI STATE FROM ENGR. ABUBAKAR OHERE.

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We members of Kogi Conscience and Liberation Forum (KCLF) will not keep calm and watch an individual siphon and waste our common resources. Kogi is our state, it is our pride, our heritage, therefore, it must be liberated from hawks parading as leaders. We shall keep exposing the monumental fraud perpetuated by few until the state is completely freed.

Engr. Abubakar Ohere was a level 10 officer in the Federal Civil Service attached to the Federal Ministry of Mine and Steel. Ohere who until his appointment lives in a two bedroom apartment at kubwa village here in Abuja, has within three years of his appointment in Kogi State swims in money belonging to the Local Government workers.

Governor Yahaya Bello on assumption of office appointed Engr. Abubakar Ohere as the Special Adviser on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, a position who is to be manned by a subtansive Commissioner.

Ministry for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs which controls about 285 traditional rulers, 21 Local Government Administrators, 21 DLG, 21 Secretaries and over 92 Supervisors, we were taken aback as a mere and unknown person whose track records in the civil service were dented by corruption was appointed to head. During his days at the Federal Ministry of Mine and Steel, Engr. Ohere was link to a corrupt activities with the then DG for procurement, Alhaji Wali Nasiru. This almost ended his career not until Chief Momoh Yusuf Obaro intervene using his political connections and saved Ohere from being sacked.

Engr. Abubakar Ohere have come to kill us, he has buried the common hope of the state and we shall rise until Kogi is save from him.

Before his appointment as Special Adviser to the Governor, Engr. Abubakar Ohere operate Union Bank with account details, Sadiqu Abubakar Ohere, 2111867490. The maximum balance in this account has never exceeded N67,000 only.

Currently, Engr. Abubakar Ohere now operates over 12 different accounts in the name of his children with his children and wives.
Here are some of his account details.

1. Zentith Bank.
Name Sadiqu Abubakar Ohere.
0223894322
Current Amount: Twenty three Million, Six Hundred and five naira only (N23,6000,05)

2. Sadiqu Abubakar Ohere.
Access Bank.
2288790000.
Amount: Sixty-Four million, Eight Hundred Thousand and Sixty-Five naira only (N64,800,000,65)

3. Sadiqu Abubakar Ohere.
Union Bank
0188733336.
Amount: Two Billion, Seven Hundred and Eighty Four Naira Only.

These are the few we shall make available for now, withing the next few days Kogi Civil Servants especially the Local Government workers will know who has imprisoned them, the Man behind their sufferrings and the architect of salary shortage in the 21 LGs.

Engr Ohere has deeply reck down the Local Government making DLGs and Treasurers mere errand servants. The LG Administrators have nothing to do, the Administrators hardly have enough to eat in their various homes, they look while Ohere keep diverting their money.

We challenge Engr. Abubakar Ohere to deni these by making the above account public.

Let’s be aware of a man who came to destroy the good work of Gov. Yahaya Bello.

Ohere has no simple input during the struggle of Yahaya Bello to become the Governor of Kogi State.

We were duly informed of the struggle of the likes Edward Onoja and the people so much appreciate him and we also understand the struggle of DG Protocol, Abdulkareem Asuku Jamiu.
What was your own struggle, Engr. Ohere?

The fairwinners are now your enemies? The same fair winners who potray your image to this level…..what a life?
Though all this account details have been submitted to EFCC for proper scrutiny.

Coming up next is detail of how Engr. Abubakar Ohere used the 21 LG Account to secure loan from banks… Watch out!

Signed
Gabriel Enoh
For: Kogi Conscience and Liberation Forum, Abuja




4 thoughts on “WHY EFCC SHOULD SAVE KOGI STATE FROM ENGR. ABUBAKAR OHERE.

  1. Arewa Trust

    EFCC is not a witch hunter and sadist as you. Indeed, EFCC is not to delve into personal matter to settle personal score and evil machination. Let the EFCC understand that it is all that cryvthat actually saw hell. The author of the write-up is not fully registered according to the law. They are lawless and are out to achieve selfish interest with diabolical motives. They should therefore not listened to pleads. Thank you.

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  2. Arewa Trust

    *THE TRUE COLOUR OF ALHAJI (DR) ENGR. ABUBAKAR SADIKU OHERE*

    This workaholic Special Adviser in Kogi State was nominated as Arewa Trust Man of the Year in December 2017 for his doggedness, simplicity and hard work, which have endeared him to the people of the State.
    In his personal philosophy of leadership, there is abiding traits of warmth, trust and communion as the fundamental necessities of instilling a paradigm shift in governance especially at a time like this that Nigeria is facing a trying economic reality. Thus, even though he parades extensive academic competence and professional strength as a Mining Engineer, he is more of a Social Engineer.

    He insists that as a leader, warmth should be key conduit of influence that facilitates stakeholders’ trust, confidence, communication and absorption of strategic ideas that are necessary to reboot developmental aspirations in Kogi State.

    Therefore, when Engineer Abubakar Sadiku Ohere was appointed as the Special Adviser on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs to His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Bello, he understood profoundly the enormity of challenges of re engineering the local government administration and the traditional institutions as a critical function in driving a sustainable governance that is very easy to grasp within the grassroots in Kogi state.

    Ohere’s argument has always been that without a functional and an effective local government administration cum traditional institutions, development as a state would be skewed, cosmetic, short lived and less appreciated.

    As a member of Governor Yahaya Bello’s kitchen cabinet who by actions and public judgement has demonstrated deep loyalty and integrity to the “New Direction” revolution in the administrative garb of the current dispensation; Abubakar Ohere understands that a truly transformational change that we all desire in the state demands a true change via a sacrifice of things that may seem dear to us as a people. This could manifest either in views of ourselves in relation to government or ways of doing business and understanding of where we actually fit in the wider scheme of governance.

    As an emerging political leader, he believes that if anything has held us back in the last 26 years as a state, the key culprits could be situated in the style of governance and leadership that we have got accustomed to, which is deeply rooted in corruption and inefficiency of the system. Instructively, this is a style that must be sacrificed for our state to experience a sustainable prosperity and for our future as a people to be brighter.

    He believes that change is a sacrifice; a sacrifice that is sometimes intractable and makes true leadership difficult because it involves deep seated conflicts, values laden issues and of course, our concept of loyalty. A true change is inherently disruptive and may initially cause distress and dislocation as it takes place. People do not necessarily resist change but the sacrifice embedded in its processes.

    Born in July, 1966 in Okene, Kogi State, Abubakar Ohere , the Gbamigboye of Ogidi land always reflects on the fundamentals of leadership that guarantee sustainable development in our state and nation especially at trying economic periods. An avid reader with a consummate passion for strategic sociopolitical re engineering, he insists that unlike technical challenges that could be fixed with existing knowhow, standard routines and processes, sociopolitical challenge in the state rather lies deep within our people.

    He is convinced that unavoidable necessity to learn new ways and give up the old, familiar but comfortable habits are the roots of inadequate development. It is this adaptive change that challenges a true leader that he is to prioritize what i

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  3. Arewa Trust

    THE TRUE COLOUR OF ALHAJI (DR) ENGR. ABUBAKAR SADIKU OHERE

    This workaholic Special Adviser in Kogi State was nominated as Arewa Trust Man of the Year in December 2017 for his doggedness, simplicity and hard work, which have endeared him to the people of the State.
    In his personal philosophy of leadership, there is abiding traits of warmth, trust and communion as the fundamental necessities of instilling a paradigm shift in governance especially at a time like this that Nigeria is facing a trying economic reality. Thus, even though he parades extensive academic competence and professional strength as a Mining Engineer, he is more of a Social Engineer.

    He insists that as a leader, warmth should be key conduit of influence that facilitates stakeholders’ trust, confidence, communication and absorption of strategic ideas that are necessary to reboot developmental aspirations in Kogi State.

    Therefore, when Engineer Abubakar Sadiku Ohere was appointed as the Special Adviser on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs to His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Bello, he understood profoundly the enormity of challenges of re engineering the local government administration and the traditional institutions as a critical function in driving a sustainable governance that is very easy to grasp within the grassroots in Kogi state.

    Ohere’s argument has always been that without a functional and an effective local government administration cum traditional institutions, development as a state would be skewed, cosmetic, short lived and less appreciated.

    As a member of Governor Yahaya Bello’s kitchen cabinet who by actions and public judgement has demonstrated deep loyalty and integrity to the “New Direction” revolution in the administrative garb of the current dispensation; Abubakar Ohere understands that a truly transformational change that we all desire in the state demands a true change via a sacrifice of things that may seem dear to us as a people. This could manifest either in views of ourselves in relation to government or ways of doing business and understanding of where we actually fit in the wider scheme of governance.

    As an emerging political leader, he believes that if anything has held us back in the last 26 years as a state, the key culprits could be situated in the style of governance and leadership that we have got accustomed to, which is deeply rooted in corruption and inefficiency of the system. Instructively, this is a style that must be sacrificed for our state to experience a sustainable prosperity and for our future as a people to be brighter.

    He believes that change is a sacrifice; a sacrifice that is sometimes intractable and makes true leadership difficult because it involves deep seated conflicts, values laden issues and of course, our concept of loyalty. A true change is inherently disruptive and may initially cause distress and dislocation as it takes place. People do not necessarily resist change but the sacrifice embedded in its processes.

    Born in July, 1966 in Okene, Kogi State, Abubakar Ohere , the Gbamigboye of Ogidi land always reflects on the fundamentals of leadership that guarantee sustainable development in our state and nation especially at trying economic periods. An avid reader with a consummate passion for strategic sociopolitical re engineering, he insists that unlike technical challenges that could be fixed with existing knowhow, standard routines and processes, sociopolitical challenge in the state rather lies deep within our people.

    He is convinced that unavoidable necessity to learn new ways and give up the old, familiar but comfortable habits are the roots of inadequate development. It is this adaptive change that challenges a true leader that he is to prioritize what i

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