Abuja - Against the backdrop of plans by President Muhamadu Buhari to probe his administration, former President Goodluck Jonathan has met with some members of his cabinet in a bid to defend his integrity, reports The Nation
The meeting was held at Jonathan’s Abuja home a few days ago.
The meeting was attended by about 15 former ministers (including two who were recalled from London) and some former security chiefs.
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Jonathan was said to have told the former ministers that he was not a thief in office as being portrayed.
He told all the ex-ministers to brace for the probe ahead and keep their records intact to reply Buhari’s administration on issues being raised.
The Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, who is central to the allegations against Jonathan, was, however, absent.
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