– Former President Goodluck Jonathan recently defended Sambo Dasuki, his then National Security Adviser (NSA)
– Dasuki is still in detention following an allegation that through his office, some notable Nigerians got various sums of money
– The money, according to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), was meant to prosecute the war against Boko Haram
– The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders has replied the former president asking him asking him why it took this long speak out
The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) has fired former President Goodluck Jonathan over his recent comments attempting to exonerate Sambo Dasuki, his former National Security Adviser (NSA) of acts of corruption.
CACOL said it was shocking that Jonathan suddenly found his voice after maintaining sealed lips for more than a year, “even in the face of myriad of palpable accusations directed at the acute misgovernance that characterised his administration.”
Jonathan recently insisted in New York that Sambo Dasuki could not have stolen the $2.2 billion he is alleged to have shared among top members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and some Nigerians.
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