Kwara Must Change Unravels Identity of Shady Website Working with Saraki-loyal Kidnappers

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The identity of the person behind the shady website known as Fidelity Reporters has been unraveled by Kwara Must Change.

The website owner is suspected to be working with the Kidnappers who abducted an activist, Comrade Ahmed Buharai at the Kwara State High Court during the hearing of an appeal between Sahara Reporters and Senate President, Bukola Saraki.

Before he was kidnapped, Comrade Buhari attended the court hearing of SaharaReporters VS Saraki in solidarity with Sahara Reporters and he was kidnapped at the court premises by political thugs allegedly loyal to the Senate President.

Comrade Buhari, who is the Kwara State Coordinator of a group known as Cabal Must Go sent an SOS message to Kwara Must Change while being hunted by the Kidnappers, but every effort to get back to him proved abortive. He was taken to a remote place in GRA ilorin, where he was assaulted, de-humanized and forced to make false confession that was recorded by the terrorists.

Fidelity Reporters, a shady website posted the video of the comrade as he was stripped and forced to make the false confession at gun point and we understand that the police are currently looking for the person behind the website.

Kwara Must Change can now authoritatively state that, Fidelity Reporters is owned by one Osinuga Oriola, living at 10 Mandate Estate in Ilorin, Kwara State Nigeria, with phone number 07066026977.

Our investigation reveals that, Osinuga Oriola is also the owner of Sahara Reporter Rescue, a clone of Sahara Reporters, Channelsreports, a clone of Channels TV website and naijaeverything.
He is suspected to be a former scammer known as Yahoo Yahoo, who specializes in buying electronics on internet with stolen credit cards before venturing into blogging.

Attached is pictures of the man wanted by the Kwara State police Command.

Osinuga Oriola

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