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Buhari confronts Jonathan with his sins

20 August 2015, 20:36

Abuja - President Muhammadu Buhari has presented to his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan evidence of corruption perpetrated under his watch  reports NewsDay.

Buhari presented the evidence during his meeting with Jonathan at the State House on August 6.

Buhari also showed Jonathan reports of various discreet probes on oil deals, diversion of funds and unwholesome arms deals.

Aside the infractions, Buhari also provided evidence of recoveries made so far in terms of assets and funds from some officials that serve under Jonathan.

Also read: Buhari denies meeting Obasanjo, Jonathan to halt anti-graft war

He justified why his administration must recover looted funds and prosecute the offenders.

Buhari noted that he was not out to humiliate Jonathan in his fight against corruption and assured Jonathan of his highest regards.

Jonathan, in his response, feigned ignorance of many of the infractions.

The former President gave assurances of his willingness to cooperate with the government if the need arises.

Read more at NewsDay.

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