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Sunday, January 17, 2016

How Goodluck Jonathan Ordered Dasuki To Share Money

Former Chairman of PDP's Board of Trustees, Tony Anenih, has said ex-President Goodluck Jonathan was the one who ordered the embattled ex-NSA, Sambo Dasuki, to give him the sum of N260m.

The revelation is contained in a letter he wrote to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
An aide to the PDP leader, who spoke to Punch on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Anenih made the disclosure. The aide said:

“The former BoT Chair explained to the EFCC that he gave his account details to the ex-President on request, when he requested for a refund of expenses incurred while (he was) carrying out Jonathan’s instructions. Jonathan passed it (account details) to Sambo and Anenih was paid the sum of N260m.

“The former PDP BoT chairman also explained to the anti-graft agency that apart from the N265m he gave to Chief Olu Falae, Senator Rasheed Ladoja and Alhaji Tanko Yakassai, he also gave N25m to a former Deputy Governor of Sokoto State, and another N35m to a delegation of leaders from Katsina State.”

Anenih reportedly wrote in the letter that he also incurred additional costs when he led other members of the PDP BoT on a nationwide tour to reconcile aggrieved and feuding members, following instructions given to him by Jonathan.

He noted that the money he spent on hiring private jets and other logistics was yet to be refunded to him.

The aide added, “Although most of the expenditure was incurred on the instructions of the former president for special political assignments, only N260m was refunded to Anenih by the former president.

“Whereas the refund of N260m was made through the office of the National Security Adviser, Anenih explained in his letter to the EFCC that he only provided his account details to the former president on request for a refund of the money spent.

“He also said in the letter that he was not in a position to ask the former president how he was going to source the fund or through which office the refund was going to be made.”

The problem is why was it money meant to buy arms, from Abacha loot, that was not re-looted? Simple!

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