-By Reno Omokri
It is quite possible that Rotimi Amaechi is losing his marbles otherwise why else would he be asking former President Jonathan to account for the $65 billion that former Olusegun Obasanjo left in the Excess Crude Account when there was never any such amount?
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria who served under his tenure, Professor Charles Soludo, are both alive and journalists can take advantage of the Freedom of Information Act signed into Law by former Jonathan to verify from them if there was ever any $65 billion in the Excess Crude Account.
Rotimi Amaechi is a notorious ignoramus who speaks without thinking and it is suspected that either he is speaking under the influence of drugs or he is going senile.
The Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, has admonished his colleagues in the Muhammadu Buhari administration to stop blaming former President Goodluck Jonathan.
Mr. Amaechi said it is time for administration officials to concentrate on delivering good policies to the citizens rather than dragging the former president for Nigeria’s woes.
“I agree with those who said we should stop criticising the last government and that we should do our own,” The Nation newspaper quoted Mr. Amaechi as saying during a meeting at his office Tuesday.
The minister decried Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit, drawing a comparison with other relatively new countries like Singapore.
“We need to leverage on what we know. People are shouting intermodal transport; I went to the new airport in Singapo...
The media adviser to former President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Mr. Ikechukwu Eze has responded to a statement by Borno Governor Kashim Shettima where he accused the ex-President of bad governance and poor choices, dismissing the Governor’s claims as parochial and jaundiced.
In a statement issued on Friday Jonathan’s spokesman strongly debunked the allegations of poor governance and highlighted Jonathan’s key achievements which he said were yet to be matched. He further challenged the Governor to come clean over the roles he played in the kidnap of the Chibok school girls, stressing that it goes beyond the
dismissive claim that “Jonathan thought I kidnapped Chibok girls.”
The statement said: “He should be able to tell us if it was Jonathan’s poor choices that led the Governor to ex...
Ahmed Adamu Mu’azu, chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) during the historic 2015 presidential poll, furiously reacted to suggestions that he should reject Muhammadu Buhari’s victory after President Goodluck Jonathan had openly conceded.
Jonathan, after congratulating Buhari in an unprecedented telephone call while the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was yet to officially announce the winner, told party members that although he had conceded to Buhari in his personal capacity, PDP was free to reject the result.
Before Jonathan conceded, however, Mu’azu had threatened to do so on behalf of the party.
He even stopped picking Jonathan’s calls at some point.
All these are snippets of the intrigues that followed Jonathan’s defeat — as narrated by Bolaji...