The secret behind MKO Abiola's death

The secret behind MKO Abiola's death

The secret behind MKO Abiola's death

Yoruba who MKO Abiola. Al-Mustapha He said
the Yoruba leaders received bribe in from of MKO.
Major Hamza Al- Mustapha, a former Chief Security Officer (CSO)
to late Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, on Monday said some
Yoruba leaders led by Chief Ayo Opadokun those that killed
the presumed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election,
Chief M.K.O. Abiola. Mustapha was with newsmen in
Kaduna on Monday, shortly after a arranged to
broker peace between the North and the South-East parts of
country. He said the Yoruba leaders received bribe in dollars from
killers of MKO. According to him, Opadokun led others to the Aso
Rock Villa to meet Abiola’s killers, but came out laughing after
dollars just a day after the business mogul was killed.
He said: “Chief Opadokun is someone I respect so much as an
elder. But what came out in the was his own
imagination and against me. If you know my character,
you will know that I will not be to say the truth. It does not
who, it does not matter where, but you will later realise that
I told you the truth. I initially didn’t want to reply him, but now that
you have asked, I will tell you what happened. “When Abiola died,
a day after the politician’s death, he (Opadokun) was invited to the
and he came to the Villa alongside his friends. He
came with anger into the Villa. Those who killed Abiola invited him
to the Villa. At that material time, they came to fight the
government and they to set the country ablaze considering
the tone they came with. They went into the meeting, they came
out laughing and yelling as if nothing happened in the country. “A
day after Abiola’s death if you remember, the country was on the
verge of collapse. But seeing what was going on and the things
around Abiola led me to them. “I had not handed over the
Villa to Abdulsalami ’s government then, so I decided to
tape what they were doing and I have the tape and I have
tendered the tape before a court of law, before Justice Mojisola
Dada of the High Court. “In that tape, money exchanged
hands. They traded with Abiola and that is my anger. The tape is
in the court. Anybody that wants to watch can get it and watch. it
is now a . I didn’t want to talk about it before, but
money was from CBN in my presence and it was shared.

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