PDP Leadership Charges Jonathan To Voice Out On The $2.1bn Arms Deal Scandal



The leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has charged the former President, Goodluck Jonathan to voice out on the $2.1bn arms deal scandal. Jalo at a press conference held in Abuja yesterday 11th January, 2016, said Goodluck Jonathan is alive and healthy and he should voice out on the deal, whether Sambo Dasuki was asked to disburse the money meant for the purchase of the arms by Goodluck, which is now causing turmoil in the country.

“As all of you know, no single kobo can be spent by the Federal Government without an act of the National Assembly. Money earmarked for arms purchase, some people diverted it to something else.
So many people that you cannot even expect were involved. Now, darkness has come to light. Jonathan is alive, he should clarify whether he asked the National Security Adviser to divert money meant to fight Boko Haram into his campaign. I’m from the North-East and I know the terrible security situation our people are facing there.

The money was meant to fight Boko Haram, and we all know that you can’t rule without peace. Now darkness has given way for the light. It was not only members of the PDP that shared the money; members of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Accord Party and the Social Democratic Party, among others, also shared.

At least, Chief Olu Falae is not a member of the PDP. All of them should return the money. Then, (former) President Jonathan must speak on it. He is still alive. Has he ever said anything like this to Dasuki, ‘go and take from the money meant for the war against Boko Haram and share for my campaign’? It is time for him to speak up.”

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