Saharareporters Story That Okonjo-Iweala Has Handed “Dossier Of Corrupt Deals” To President Buhari Is Totally False

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The recent report by the integrity-challenged website, Saharareporters and some other media that former Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has handed over a “dossier of corrupt deals” perpetrated by the Jonathan administration to President Buhari is completely false and without foundation.

 

This sponsored lie is part of the political attack by the pay masters of Saharareporters against Dr Okonjo-Iweala.

 

These attacks will continue given that these individuals are bent on a political and personal vendetta against her.

 

Why are they angry? It is simply because she tried to bring integrity and transparency to the management of Nigeria’s public finances which obviously did not suit their interests.

 

Saharareporters which has a long history of publishing falsehoods and distortions against Okonjo-Iweala is a paid tool of these individuals.

 

But the lies of Saharareporters and its cohorts will never stop Okonjo-Iweala from loving her country or make her regret serving it, not once but twice.

 

As always, we are confident that the truth shall prevail.

 

 

Paul C Nwabuikwu

Media Adviser to Dr Okonjo-Iweala

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  1. Sir Ugo G.C.Umunnakwe July 19, 2015 at 3:58 pm -

    Brethren,
    Buhari should follow the due process of doing things. 72 hours is not enough for hand over of anything common men. Hand over of documents and official things is done smoothly not rush hast event. The intimidating method of Buhari and unnecessary rush rush, harassment of his opponents will backfire. Let him apply critical thinking in all his undertaking. This should be the time for him to correct his previous mistakes and abuse of human right not to recycle his dictatorial mistakes and abuse of human right again. Is there any laws and constitutional implementation at all give me a break.