All Progressives Grand Alliances (APGA) chairman, Victor Oye is in big trouble.
He has been accused by Senator Victor Umeh of defrauding four gubernatorial aspirants before the party’s last governorship primaries.
In a letter to Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State, the senator said;
“For about two weeks now, I have been approached by some persons from Imo State with complaints of monetary extortion from Oye during the last primaries in Imo State with a request that I pass them to you to direct Oye to return their monies to them over unkept transaction promises.”
“From one of the aspirants, Okey Ezeh’s account, Oye negotiated and took from him huge amount in return for the governorship ticket of APGA for Imo State in the 2019 general election, when the arrangement failed, Oye only refunded $100,000 made up of two installments of $50,000 each.”
“Regrettably, Oye told Ezeh that I, Umeh and Archbishop Valerian Okeke were responsible for his inability to honour their agreement. I will forward his written petition to EFCC and some of the bank transactions with Oye and also bring it to the attention of His Grace.”
“Oye also defrauded Stanley Amuchie; Chief Ikedi Ohakim; and Chief Humphrey Anumudu. Anumundu is already in Lagos State High Court with Oye and his wife claiming N50million being the value of the car Oye claimed was a birthday gift from Anumudu.”