EXPLOSIVE: How Atiku Bribed Secondus With Intels Shares To Secure PDP Ticket [Docs]
Atiku’s Intels rakes in N300 billion annual revenue earning
ElombahNews is in possession of documents showing how the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] candidate in the 2019 presidential election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar bribed the party chairman, Uche Secondus with board membership of his company, Intels Nigeria Limited [INL], to secure the PDP ticket.
According to the documents, Intels, with a monopolistic contract with the Nigeria Ports Authority [NPA], earns a whopping N300 billion annually.
Documents from CAC reveal the changes made and the timing.
The latest financial statements of Intels for the year 2017 show the board of directors as?:
- Nasir Ado Bayero, Chairman
- Prince Uche Secondus, Director
- Volpi, Director
- Andrea Caroll, Director
Meanwhile, Orlean invest holdings the mother company which has Intels as subsidiary has on its board:
- Atiku Abubakar
- Gian Angelo Perrucci and,
A source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, revealed to ElombahNews that the NPA contract will end next year, 2020, and obviously would not be renewed.
According to the source, “this is Atiku’s main driver for this election.
“He gave Secondus and Wike Intels shares to secure the PDP ticket.
“Atiku rolled in billions year in year out from 2010 when the 28 per cent deal was signed.
“Atiku is now desperate to keep this sweet deal beyond 2020 when the deal expires.
“President Muhammadu Buhari, with the introduction of Treasury Single Account (TSA) and the revelation of the dubious adjustments will not renew Intels contract and Atiku knows.
“Intels monopoly to collect all revenue on behalf of NPA is about to be broken forever by Buhari after the expiration in 2010.”
CAC documents as obtained by ElombahNews show that Secondus is now on Intels board. [See especially page 24 of the attached report which is reproduced below.]
Throughout 2017 Atiku through Intels was funding PDP working with Secondus.
Intels is owned by Atiku who has the largest share. INL is allowed to collect revenue on behalf of NPA.
From 20 per cent it went up to 28 per cent. Intels later wanted their commission increased to 35 per cent but that was rejected by government .