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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

FORMER NURTW CHAIRMAN, OLOHUNWA ENDS 4 YEARS RIFT WITH MC OLUOMO AND SEGO
+HOW HE WAS BEGGED FOR RECONCILIATION
AND PLANS TO REMOVE AGBEDE


Former chairman of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Alhaji Rafiu Olarenwaju Akanni Olohunwa popularly called Olohunwa/God-dey of Lagos State Chapter ended his four years rift with the current treasurer of the Union, Musiliu Akinsanya popularly called  MC Oluomo and auditor, Mustafa Adekunle known as Segoe at the head office of the Union in Abuja. It was gathered that the executive and some members of the Union accompanied the State chairman, Agbede for his inaugural ceremony as assistant financial secretary of the National body. At the inauguration which Olohunwa attended as a trustee of the Union we learnt that Mc Oluomo and Segoe were in company of some other members approached him to forgive them for what they have done in the past and he replied saying  “am not fighting you guys” according to him he said, “but the guys were not satisfied with my response and they approached some elders to plead on their behalf” Olohunwa added that he has forgiven them.
Meanwhile, the rift started between Olohunwa oluomo and Sego  2010 when they teamed up with a political god father to chase Olohunwa out of office before his tenure expired for supporting former Lagos governor, Raji Fashola second term ambition.
Details in Islanders International Magazine next edition on what Olohunwa, Mc Oluomo and Sego told us

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