Sahara Reporters lied: I don’t have 64 accounts linked to BVN – Lagos Speaker

Obasa and Sahara Reporters

Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa has denounced report by Sahara Reporters that he has 64 bank accounts linked to his Bank Verification Number, BVN.

Sahara Reporters, in its reports on Saturday claimed that 64 bank accounts have been discovered to be linked to the Bank Verification Number of Obasa and registered with various names, allegedly being used to siphon public funds in Lagos.

But the speaker told PM News on Saturday night that the story was all fabricated and that he did not have such accounts linked to BVN, as claimed by Sahara Reporters.

Obasa said he did not want to react to every story written by the online news platform as he had done previously.

“We have debunked several of its publication and we don’t want to reply him again,” he said.

The speaker said most of the numbers and names being published by Sahara Reporters were duplicated and that the owner of the online platform was being sponsored to do some hatchet jobs for his pay master.

On whether he would institute a legal action against the online platform, he said grounds were being prepared for that, but said he would not be reacting to Sahara Reporters stories again.

Earlier, Sahara Reporters alleged that  the BVN: 2296663231, reveals that Obasa operated accounts with multiple names in Polaris Bank, Zenith Bank, Access Bank, Ecobank Nigeria, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, United Bank for Africa, First City Monument Bank and Wema Bank.

The online platform further alleged that to conceal his identity, the Speaker changed his name and date of birth in some of the accounts and that aside from using Ajayi Mudashiru Obasa, he also used Obasa Abdulrahman Gbadunola and Gabriel Adedoyin Savage to register some of the bank accounts.

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  • That Sahara reporters has documents to knock him out of office is purely lies....we all know what Sahara Reporters do for a living....they will soon go against their pay masters

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  • I think Obasa should sue Sahara Reporters if there are reasons to

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    • You will imagine thats the first thing he should do, but no, he won't because he knows it will be suicide to do that. He knows Sahara Reporters possess documents to prove the story. Ordinarily, he should have at least sent a cease and desist letter to the publication or obtained an order from a court.

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