Elder statesman and former federal commissioner for education during the Yakubu Gowon regime, Edwin Clarke threw a bombshell when he said that the Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Conngress,APC, Mohammadu Buhari stole $2.8billion as minister of Petroleum . He made the statement when he received in his Asokoro residence,Abuja, members of the Youth Enlightenment Solution,YES. He said , Buhari was to be probed when he staged a coup against the government of President Shehu Shagari .
He also assured his audience that President Jonathan will win the next election. He said that the APC was full of corrupt people and he does not see how Buhari is going to probe all the corrupt people around him. He said those funding his campaign of Buhari were all corrupt people and they have cases to answer in court. He said Buhari told Nigerians that he collected loan from the bank to buy his form for the election, he asked if Buhari is still spending the money he borrowed from the bank in his campaign.
The YES leader said they were in Clarke’s house to express their support and show solidarity to President and that her group had about 6million members. She assured the elder statesman that the group was going to mobilise support in the six geopolitical zones for President Jonathan. She said President Jonatahan has performed and deserved another term.
"They called Goodluck Jonathan, who gave you YouWIN and SURE-P, and PRESSID Scholarships clueless. So what do we call APC that gives you wheelbarrow? They said GEJ was tribalistic yet his NSA, CDS, IGP, CNS, CGP and minister of defense were from the North. So what do we say of President Muhammadu Buhari whose DG DSS is from his own hometown and whose Minister of Defense, Chief of Army Staff, Chief of Air Staff, NSA, IGP, CGP, CGI, CGP are all from his Northern Region? You see, no matter how far falsehood has travelled, it must eventually be overtaken by truth!"
-Reno Omokri(aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan)
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