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Diezani: Charly boy, Adeyanju, others exhibiting ‘mumu-ness’ – Presidency


ABUJA  –   The Presidency on Tuesday described those calling for the repatriation of former Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison-Madueke as ignorant.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, made the remark while faulting the call by Charles Oputa aka Charlyboy, Deji Adeyanju, among others, that the former Minister be extradited from the United Kingdom, UK, back home to face charges for her alleged crimes.

Recall that a Coalition of Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, led by Charlyboy had besieged the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, demanding that the former Minister be repatriated.

The Commission, however, promised to explore the possibility of extraditing the former Minister from the UK to face trial for her crimes in Nigeria.

But Onochie via her twitter handle wrote: “It appears that some of us especially those who are not good or are selective at remembering d past, are also not willing to use Google.

“The United Kingdom does not charge foreigners for crimes committed in other countries. They charge them for crimes committed against UK.

“In Ibori’s case in d UK, I was in court for d Judgement and the Judge made it clear that his sentence was for crimes committed in d UK.

“The Judge added, “It’s my hope that when you return to Nigeria, you’ll be charged for d crimes you committed against d people of Delta”

“UK will have its pound of Diezani’s flesh in form of jail sentence. Thereafter, they may hand her over to the US, Italy and then Nigeria

“Those asking for the extradition of Diezani are very ignorant and did not do their homework at all. That’s “mumu-ness” in itself.”

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