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Sex scandal rocks presidency

03 August 2016, 18:21

Abuja - A sex scandal is rocking the Presidency following  allegations that some members of a cabal in the All Progressives Congress are demanding for sex before appointments are made into the presidency.and other key government establishments, reports Naij.

A source within the party who blew the lid on the sex scandal revealed that the cabal has hijacked the nomination and appointment of aides in the presidency for personal gains.

According to the source, the cabal did not follow the list of political appointments drawn by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Also read: Sex scandal: Lawyers want reps to resign or be recalled

The source claimed that majority of those whose names appeared on the cabal’s list and were subsequently approved have not met with the President since they resumed office, adding that the cabal have been collecting cuts from the salaries of the special assistants.

The source noted that some female appointees were allegedly denied  their original positions because they refused to sleep with members of the cabal.

One prominent female appointee that was allegedly denied  her original position of Special Adviser to the President because she  would not sleep with members of the cabal is Lauretta Onochie.

She was allegedly offered Personal Assistant to the President , a position she rejected.

Onochie was in the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential media campaign team.


- News 24


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