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Abati In Jail Over N50m But Amaechi Stole N235m And Became Minister – Omokri

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A former special assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on new media, has once again slammed the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over the arrest of , his former principal’s spokesman.

Omokri wondered why Amaechi was appointed a minister despite allegations leveled against him.
He wondered why the minister of transportation was allowed to walk scott-free after he allegedly stole N235m, while Abati, who only got N50m, was in jail.

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“Reuben Abati allegedly got ₦50 million from Dasuki and goes to jail. admittedly spends $500k (₦235 million at today’s rate) on a one day dinner for Soyinka and becomes a minister! Welcome to the new Nigeria!” He said via a tweet on his Twitter timeline.

In a post on his social media handle, he said, “With all due respect, Kemi Adeosun cannot be able to pullout the economic magic that Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala will pullout.

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“For example, the President took about six months to set a cabinet after which he replaced Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala with Kemi Adeosun who has a bachelor degree in economics from the University of East London. I schooled in London and I know that the University is not a really well ranked university.

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