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The corruption that was rife in Jonathan's government

17 September 2015, 11:06 Peregrino Brimah

Just reading the PremiumTimes investigation report of how former president Goodluck Jonathan, oil goddess Diezani Alison Madueke, mogul Tunde Ayeni and Idahosa Wells setup a siphon to drain as much as 100 million dollars monthly via unnecessary and hyper-inflated ship lines, one has to conclude that the former Jonathan administration is the greatest thieving establishment in world history.

When we look at all the revelations as they keep pouring in, of different set-ups used to loot the nation's treasury, illegal oil sales, enabled and government official organised illegal oil lifting, brief-case marketers, fake and non-existant mobile podia, diversion of billions to procure arms while the administration confessed that it was unwilling or unable to buy them through its five years, and all other mechanisims of looting at all levels of the treasury, one can only conclude that Ali Baba with his forty thieves was a saint compared to Goodluck Jonathan.

Also Read: Northern leaders reject Jonathan's national confab

Jonathan is a thief; a master thief. All his supporters are thieves. Those who wrote for him and campaigned for him are thieves or so blinded they should be barred from voting till they get therapy. The pastors and Imams who advocated for him must be banned from the pulpit, hey are risks to society. The Femi's who keep writing for him are unrepentant thieves. Jonathan is the worst thief the world has ever known. I dare anyone to show of a greater thief in written world history. You cannot find one. Nigeria put a Lawrence Anini at it's helm of affairs. We must thank God that we survived to tell the tale. 

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