Oil Minister Diezani Alison Madueke Flees Nigeria To London UK, Afraid Buhari Will Probe Missing $20B

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Monday April 13, 2015 – Missing $20Billion NNPC Oil Money: Nigeria’s Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison Madueke Flees Nigeria To London UK, Afraid Buhari Will Probe Her For Corruption

Nigerian Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison Madueke has joined the list of corrupt ministers under outgoing President Jonathan’s administration fleeing Nigeria for the fear of  ‘no nonsense’ General Buhari.

Last week, sources in the Presidency said she begged President Jonathan and General Abdulsalam Abubakar to secure her a soft deal from the incoming President but Buhari reportedly turned down the idea.

A reliable informant in Aso Rock said “madam has ran away ahead of Buhari inauguration because she is afraid the man may soon probe the oil sector which will affect her.

Diezani who is popular for flying around the world in her private jets reportedly boarded First Class on British Airways last Wednesday.

When contacted one of her aides said she has left the country to take care of her ill health.

Hear what Diezani’s aide who requested anonymity said:

 “it is true the Hon. Minister traveled but she went to take care of her health because she has been down medically and she needs proper medical attention.” Asked when the minister will be back in the country, the aide said “no one can say when she will be back. That depends on her health and the advice of her doctors. She may come before May 29, she may decide to stay back with her children over there till anytime to take care of herself.”

Ex-Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Lamido Sanusi now Emir of Kano exposed the missing $20billion before President Jonathan ordered his removal and since then, the outgoing President didn’t make any effort to probe the corruption that rid NNPC of twenty billion American dollars.

Before he was unlawfully fired, Sanusi insisted that Diezani and her corrupt allies in the NNPC diverted the $20 billion from the federation account.

The money was later traced to Zenith Bank.