Arms Scandal: Jonathan Still Owing Me N180m –Anenih

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Previous executive, Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Tony Anenih has uncovered that the N260 million paid to him by the workplace of the previous national security consultant, Col Sambo Dasuki (retd) was on the direction of previous president Good­luck Jonathan.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is right now testing the $2.1 billion arms contract embarrassment including the ex-NSA manager, Dasuki.

The previous NSA is asserted to have shared the cash implied for the buy of arms to battle rebellion to help the reelection of previous President Goodluck Jonathan in the March 28, 2015 presiden­tial race.

Some conspicuous PDP pioneers and pol­iticians including Anenih were named as recipients of the cash.

Be that as it may, a source at the EFCC said that Anenih in his letter to the commission expressed that the N260 million paid to him by the NSA’s office was a discount of part of the N440 million he consumed to execute assignments at the solicitation previous president Jonathan.

Another source near the ex-PDP BoT seat said the for­mer president was yet to pay an extraordinary N180 million owed to Anenih before he cleared out office.

The EFCC source said Anenih in the letter asserted that however the discount of N260 mil­lion was made through the workplace of the previous national security consultant, he didn’t give his ac­count numbers to the NSA office. Rather, he expressed that he just gave his record points of interest to the previous president on solicitation for a discount of the cash spent on the battle.

The PDP BoT director expressed in the letter that he was not in a position to ask Jonathan how he was going to source the asset or through which office the discount would have been made.

Giving a breakdown of how he burned through N440 million on the battle, Anenih in the letter presented that he, on the in­struction ex-president Jonathan gave N25 million to the previous representative legislative head of Sokoto State, Alhaji Mukhtar Shagari and N35 million to an assignment of nearby government pioneers from Katsina State.

In addition, he said on the in­struction of the Jonathan, he drove BoT individuals on an across the nation compromise visit, focusing on that the cash he spent on enlisting pri­vate plane that flew them round the nation was given from his pocket and was additionally not discounted to him.

He encourage clarified in the letter that he gave N63 million to a northern gathering drove by senior statesman, Alhaji Tanko Yakassai for activation and post-elec­tion peace backing in that part of the nation, while N100 million was given to the National Chairman of the Social Demo­cratic Party (SDP), Chief Olu Falae, to empower the gathering to prepare bolster and votes in favor of Jonathan.

In the same vein, he told the EFCC that he gave N100 million to the Leader of Accord Party, Senator Rashidi Adewolu Ladoja, to just as empower the gathering to back the bid of Jonathan. He said the aggregate of the three payment added up to N263 million, three million less of what the NSA’s office paid to him.

The trio of Yakassai, Falae and Ladoja had affirmed that they got the expressed sums from Anenih.

Washing his hands off the arms contract bargains, Anenih said he doesn’t kne anything in regards to the mon­ey. He told the counter unite body that he made individual penances to guarantee that the applicant of his accepting so as to gather won to utilize his own cash to pick some battle bills, bemoaning that he couldn’t recoup all the cash he used by

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