Abuja - Five Nigerians have asked Federal High court in Kano to compel President Goodluck Jonathan, and Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, to explain their involvement in the controversy surrounding the $9.3 million confiscated by the South African government, Allafrica.com reports.
The plaintiffs, led by Dr Saidu Ahmed Dukawa are seeking to compel President Jonathan to explain the rationale behind the alleged transaction that culminated into the seizure of the money by the South African authorities.
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They urge the court to compel the president to disclose the identity of those arrested in the possession of the huge sum that was confiscated and explain why the usage of the private jet belonging to the president of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor for the transaction despite having 10 private jets at his disposal.
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