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UK Daily Mail accuses Amaechi of diverting £140million of state funds into Buhari’s presidential campaign

Muhammadu Buhari seen by some as leading the battle against corruption But worrying allegations swirl around one of Nigerian leader’s close allies Rotimi Amaechi accused of misappropriating £338m commission probing sale of state assets Also accused of diverting £140m of state funds into Buhari’s presidential campaign When David Cameron was caught on camera last week before an anti-corruption summit describing Nigeria …

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Cameron’s `corruption’ remark wake-up call to shun corruption – Stakeholders

Some Nigerians on Wednesday expressed displeasure over statement credited to British Prime Minister, David Cameron, that Nigeria was a “fantastically corrupt’’ country. Cameron was caught on camera telling Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday that leaders of some “fantastically corrupt’’ countries, including Nigeria and Afghanistan, were due to attend the anti-corruption summit holding in London They told the News Agency of Nigeria …

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UK Newspaper query £250m aid to Nigeria when Buhari’s daughter attends £26,000-a-year English school

The presence of President Muhammadu Buhari at Prime Minister David Cameron’s anti-corruption summit this week may surprise many in Nigeria says United Kingdom’s Dailymail newspaper. The UK , the Dailymail further said, “is giving nearly £250million in the coming year to oil-rich Nigeria, whose president sends his daughter to a £26,000-a-year English school”. According to the Newspaper “Self-proclaimed ‘People’s President’ …

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Presidency dismisses London Telegraph’s article on President Buhari

The Presidency on Wednesday dismissed an article by The Telegraph (London) allegedly accusing Nigeria of using aids giving to it by Britain to persecute President Muhammadu Buhari’s political foes rather than fight Boko Haram. A statement issued in Abuja by Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, said the article was full of factual …

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