EXPOSED: Kogi Deputy Governor Edward Onoja Was Sacked By GT Bank Over N53 Million Fraud

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Exclusive information at our disposal reveals that the Kogi State Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja was sacked by Guaranty Trust Bank Plc for some fraudulent activities.

According to an inside source, Onoja was invited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in 2011 but was let off the hook after bribing his way through the process.

Edward Onoja

Investigation revealed that he issued a fraudulent Irrevocable Standing Payment Order (ISPO) dated 15th October 2008 to another commercial bank in Lokoja, Kogi state capital while he was managing a branch of GT Bank.

“Onoja was sacked by GT Bank after the fraudulent act was discovered. He was then the manager of the bank at Lokoja. He can’t deny that, all of us working with him then know him to be a fraudulent and selfish person. If he is sure of himself, tell him to present his letter of resignation from the bank if truly he has one.” an inside source told SaharaReporters.

The Kogi state Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja who is notorious for violent acts was seen in public leading thugs to snatch ballot boxes during the Lokoja/Kogi Federal Constituency bye-election in 2018.

He was arrested by the Department of State Security Services (DSS) over an alleged plot to attack a former Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Jibrin Usman (rtd).

His arrest and detention followed a tip-off of an impending attack on Usman by mercenaries identified as ex-Niger Delta militants.

Preliminary confessional statements obtained from the apprehended gang members by DSS allegedly fingered Onoja as the mastermind of the planned attack.

From our investigation, he was detained by the DSS for some days before he was released after the intervention of his boss, Yahaya Bello.

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