Abuja - Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has again launched a public attack on President Goodluck Jonathan, accusing him of squandering $25billion crude oil savings left behind by his administration, Punch reports.
Obasanjo made the allegation while hosting the South-West women leaders who visited him at his Hilltop residence in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
He said his administration left $25billion in Nigeria’s foreign reserve account after paying the outstanding debt at the time but the government of President Jonathan has squandered it.
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Obasanjo’ latest attack on the President is coming few weeks after he rated Jonathan’s performance as below average and held him responsible for the increase in the activities of insurgents in the north.
He recently released a book 'My Watch' mid-December in which he berated the president and some other public figures, accusing them of plunging the country into the current economic and political crisis.
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