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Thursday, July 23, 2015

REVEALED!!! How Jonathan's Secret Move To Stop Buhari's Probe Fails

 

Former President Goodluck Jonathan may have failed in his bid to shield some of his former aides and corrupt ministers from being probed by the no-nonsense President Muhammadu Buhari.

It was learnt that the Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar Peace Committee has been unable to have audience with Buhari whom Jonathan would like the committee to help talk to for possible forgiveness.

Jonathan had anticipated a peace session between him and the President at the instance of the Abdulsalami Committee, which played a major role in ensuring peace during the general elections.

Gen. Abdulsalami was said to have tried to reach out to the President about five times but state duties did not allow any of such meetings.

Jonathan, who arrived Nigeria about a week ago, is said to be worried about the fate of his former NSA, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) and detention of his ex-Chief Security Officer (CSO), Gordon Obuah.

There were reports that his former Aide-de-Camp, and later Chief Personal Security Officer, Moses Jitoboh, had been picked up by security agents.

Initially, the arrest of Jitoboh was linked to the EFCC but a source in the agency denied knowledge of such.

Many of Jonathan’s ministers have escaped abroad out of fear
According to sources, Buhari has decided not to compromise his focus to “retrieve” ill-gotten wealth from top officials in Jonathan’s administration.

A source said: “Jonathan had approached the Abdulsalami Committee to intervene and prevail on Buhari to stop scandalising his administration and haunting his former aides/ ex-ministers.

“Jonathan has been saying that Buhari’s attitude so far was not yet in line with the peace agreement the two leaders entered into before the 2015 general elections.

“But the committee members, especially Abdulsalami, have not been able to have audience with the President due to the President’s tight state duties or commitments.

“The President hosted ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo to a dinner to break the Ramadan fast. But the two leaders could not talk much on the state of the nation as Obasanjo insisted on going back to Abeokuta at 9pm,

“So, Jonathan has really run into a brick wall in his plans to seek soft-landing for some of his aides and ex-ministers,” the source said.

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