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2023: Man Posing As Delta PDP Chairman, Esiso On Phone To Defraud Aspirants, Party’s Leaders Disowned 



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A man posing on phone as chairman of Delta state chapter of the People Democratic Party (PDP) demanding various amount of money from aspirants seeking electives positions and party’s leaders, has been disowned.

BIGPENNGR.COM reports that the yet-to-identified man was exposed after the the State Publicity Secretary of the party, Dr. Ifeanyi M. Osuoza, on Tuesday, issued a disclaimer on his activities.

Dissociating the party’s state chairman from activities of the said caller, Osuoza, in the statement, termed the unidentified man as a fraud and imposter.

He said that the suspect has been calling aspirants and leaders of the party to pay money to a specified account number.


Osuoza said; ‘It has come to our Knowledge that a criminally minded person has been putting calls across to PDP aspirants and other leaders of our party, pretending to be the State Chairman of our party, PDP, Olorogun, Barr. Kingsley Esiso and requesting them to pay different sums of money into an account, for the purpose of granting some favours.

‘The number which this fraudster has been operating with is: 07035036524.

The general public and particularly PDP aspirants are, by this notice, advised that the caller who is making the calls with telephone number 07035036524 is not the State Chairman of our party and the criminal caller is neither connected to him nor operating on his behalf.


‘This statement, therefore, dissociates Olorogun, Barr. Kingsley Esiso, the Delta State PDP Chairman from the activities of this impersonator completely and urges the general public, especially our aspirants, to henceforth disregard any form of interaction with any caller with the number 07035036524 and warns that anyone who deals with this caller, will be doing so at their own peril.

He urged the general public to be wary of such calls, urging the public to ‘report any further calls from the said number to the nearest security agency’.

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