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Goodluck Jonathan: PDP chieftain says EFCC should go after ex-President

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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has revealed that ex-President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan should be queried for the corruption allegations levelled against many of his aides by EFCC.

In a recent report by Punch Newspaper, a PDP chieftain disclosed that Sambo Dasuki, the embattled National Security Adviser to ex-President Jonathan, shouldn’t be the only one invited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

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The PDP chieftain, whose name was not disclosed further said that apart from the CBN, other government agencies such as Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, the Office of the National Security Adviser and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation all provided funds for the Jonathan campaign.

Dasuki never acted alone. The Department of State Services knows that he got Jonathan’s approval. His trial is being stalled because of what he knows. The CBN also had approvals from Jonathan. The CBN transferred these funds based on a memo signed by the former Permanent Secretary at the Villa.

“Let the EFCC go after Jonathan if they want the monies back. We cannot refund what we did not steal,”  he told Punch Newspaper.

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