Ezekial Orji, left, was brought in to help steer Opa-locka out of its financial quagmire—despite once having steered tens of thousands in taxpayer dollars to a close friend and contractor who had been charged with taking more than $700,000 in kickbacks.
Ezekial Orji, left, was brought in to help steer Opa-locka out of its financial quagmire—despite once having steered tens of thousands in taxpayer dollars to a close friend and contractor who had been charged with taking more than $700,000 in kickbacks.
Ezekial Orji, left, was brought in to help steer Opa-locka out of its financial quagmire—despite once having steered tens of thousands in taxpayer dollars to a close friend and contractor who had been charged with taking more than $700,000 in kickbacks.

Opa-locka finance advisor once targeted in county ethics probe

June 14, 2016 06:36 AM

UPDATED June 14, 2016 08:06 AM

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