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See The Moment Some Nigerian Politicians Were Recorded Taking Oath Of Loyalty [VIDEO]

By ComedyCentral | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views

A video has surfaced on social media showing the illicit acts been perpetrated by some Nigerian politicians to prove their loyalty to their supposed ‘godfather’. 

The leaked video showed the moment over a dozen south western party members of a particular political party in Nigeria, were captured on tape pledging total allegiance to a prominent politician and taking a traditional oath to bind their loyalty. 

The video which was shared by a twitter account @Ekitiupdate, alleged it to be prominent PDP members in Ekiti state, been recorded swearing oath of allegiance to former Governor Ayo Fayose. 

Watch Video Below:

Ekiti Progress update wrote; “Contained in a video attached to this tweet shows some notable members of the Ekiti state chapter of Peoples Democratic party in the Ijero LGA of the state, were seen, obviously but reluctantly, laying curses on themselves should they by any means betray the former governor, Ayo Fayose.”

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