Former Minister of Petroleum resources, Diezani Allison Madueke has ultimately spoken on several allegations of looting levelled against her via the EFCC.
in step with the announcement she launched yesterday,
Madueke said she did not steal Nigera’s money, the anti-graft enterprise became taking advantage of her silence to try and convict her within the media as a result her reaction.
“I wish to state I cannot forfeit what was never mine.
“I do not know the basis on which the EFCC has chosen to say that I am the owner of these funds as no evidence was provided to me before the order was obtained, and they have not, in fact, served me with the order or any evidence since they obtained it.”
“Let me re-state categorically as I have always maintained, for the record, I have not and will never steal money from or defraud the Federal Government of Nigeria. I am willing to respond to charges brought against me that follow duly laid down procedures,” she said.
The former Minister dared the EFCC to with out in addition put off, submit details of the Nigeria national Petroleum corporation, NNPC’s money owed from in which the said $153.3 million was taken.
She also stated that the record that Italian prosecutors indicted her for sharing in the loot of the $1.three billion OPL 245 oil block deal, which involved Malabu and the Joint mission Multinational partners, ENI (AGIP) and Royal Dutch changed into fake.