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Re: I never stole Nigeria’s money – Alison-Madueke

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DIEZANI MADUEKE

Diezani Madueke [above in London hospital sufferinf from cancer] is a joker!

Billions of dollars missing under your watch…Fake departments created in NNPC solely for looting…

Your boys fly in luxury to Central Africa to dance Makossa at weekends…Your “Jeweller” and Musician toy boys/business partners became billionaires in dollars while Nigerians go cap in hands! 

Mansions everywhere! Millions of dollars hidden in private homes not to mention banks!!! etc. etc.

Come on now, Diezani! Nigerians are done with sentiments. Your cancer was found out in time. You have been receiving treatment for the Cancer, for years. 

Releasing now, photos you took at the beginning of your chemotherapy, a few years ago will not reduce the amount of disdain, contempt and ignominy those you stole from hold you in.

Should you not be apologising to Nigerians? To people you were appointed to serve but ignored? They cried and you did not even know they were crying. They threatened to vote you and your co-looters out and you were too arrogant and too busy stealing from them, to notice. 

They carried out their threats, voted you out and voila! you resuscitate a health condition that did not stop you from looting their common wealth. Don’t be smart, woman! Nigerians are now more, well informed!

You are one lucky woman[?]. Many women, men and children too, have died over the last six years because they could not afford to fly overseas for treatment. Some from poverty. You contributed to their deaths.

You want us to pray for you. Sure we are praying for you. May you live a hundred years more so you can pay dearly for what you did to Nigerians. 

Amen.

Lauretta Onochie, @Laurestar

I challenge anyone to prove I stole money-Alison-Madueke – Daily Trust

 Former Petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke has challenged anyone with prove that she stole government money to come forward with it.

In a interview with The Boss newspaper, the former minister who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer in a private UK hospital, said she found the allegation that she stole $20 billion oil very painful because it came from somebody she considered a good a friend.

 “If there is one issue I must pursue in this world it is the biggest lie of this money. How can $20billion disappear just like that? Where did it disappear to? Is it possible that such an amount would not be traceable? This is more painful coming from someone I considered a good friend who should appreciate the gravity of such allegation. I challenge anyone to come forward with facts showing that I stole government or public money. I’ve never stolen Nigeria’s money,” she told the newspaper.

“Rather, I worked hard to halt the rampant business of round-tripping. When I brought in Reginald Stanley to clean up the place, I requested for a list of the defaulters. There were about 92 of them and I made sure we sanctioned them. You can imagine the threat to my life but I was ready to defend the economic interests of my country. In fact, we were able to reduce the oil subsidy by about half. No one has applauded our effort.

“There were those who said the then Governor of Central Bank must have been angry at me because of the way the Presidency treated him. In all honesty, he was being blocked from seeing the President by some of Oga’s people (presidential aides) but it had nothing to do with me. I was the one who even told Oga about the development and Oga said he would meet him in London on one of his trips. Unfortunately my boss fell ill and was rushed to King Edward Hospital and the meeting was aborted.”

“Sanusi and I had been friends. There was no way I would have done anything bad to him. He even came to my house to inform me about his interest in heading the African Development Bank and we discussed for about two hours. I promised to support him and I spoke to Oga about it. We were together on the Reconciliation Committee that looked into the accounts of NNPC. Yes there were gaps but not on the alarming scale being circulated. Markafi (former Governor of Kaduna State) did a thorough job. You know he is a very sound accountant,” the newspaper quoted her as saying.


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