Abuja - The Auditor General of the Federation, Samuel Ukura, has said that President Goodluck Jonathan had far more special interest in the missing $20 billion oil than his own office and the auditors, Premium Times reports.
Ukura blamed the inability of his office to publish the report of the forensic audit on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over the missing $20 billion oil fund on presidential interest.
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The highlights of the report had indicted the management of NNPC, demanding the refund of $1.48 billion by the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, NNPC upstream subsidiary, for various unreconciled transactions.
President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, had threatened that his administration would probe the allegations on assumption of office.
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