Currently, this is the hottest gist coming out of the Gateway State. We can report that there's a bitter acrimony going on between the fearless Iyalode of Egba land and Proprietress of Lawson Group of Schools and fellow Egba kinsman and founder of Taidob College, Dr. Yomi Jiboku. And this is authoritative.
According to inside sources, all is certainly not well between the two Egba
illustrious sons of the soil but it's a kind of battle that is fought maturely,
quietly and diplomatically. They maintain a cosmetic relationship and greet
each other when necessary but it's obvious that they are on a war path.
We gathered exclusively that the bottom line of the matter is the alleged
betrayal of trust on the part of Dr. Jiboku, who according to our sources is
related to Iyalode Lawson from the maternal side.
Sources further revealed that during the dark moments of ex-Gov. Daniel's
administration when Chief Lawson luckily escaped assassination and went into
hiding for her dear life, Dr. Jiboku allegedly admitted some students who were
brought from Lawson's school into his own private college, Taidob college.
And an action which did not go down with Chief Lawson considering the strong
bond between the duo and since that incident happened, both parties have kept
According to sources, Chief Lawson has not forgiven Dr. Jiboku for his act of
betrayal in her hour of trouble. And recently she confided in some close
friends how bad she felt by her own brother's betrayal who is now seeking her
From EnquirerMag Website
Monday, 12 March 2012
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