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President Buhari meets with Minister of State for Petroleum over leaked documents on fraud

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President Buhari meets with Minister of State for Petroleum over leaked documents on fraud

Ibe Kachikkwu

 

President Buhari is expected to meet with his Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe kachikwu, whose letter to the President was leaked, the letter is alleged the Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Dr. Maikanti Baru.

It was alleged that $25 billion contracts have been wrongly awarded by  Dr. Maikanti Baru.

A source close to the presidency who spoke on the issue said: “The President will have a fact-finding session with Kachikwu on some of the claims in his August 30 memo. The President and cabinet members were shocked by the issues raised by the minister.
“This audience is already in the schedule of the President today. Kachikwu will have the opportunity to explain what went wrong in the NNPC and the insubordination of the GMD. “For instance, the issue of lack of access to the President and sidelining him are really strange. Buhari wants to go into the details.”
“President Buhari does not condone indiscipline. There is a high probability that some of the allegations were not brought to his notice. “The real questions are: Why did GMD Baru sideline his supervising Minister?
How did Baru get approval for the contracts? Could he have misled the government with a cover-up memo? Did anybody or group take advantage of the President’s medical trip? “The presidency may probe these allegations against Baru.
“The Presidency will certainly not spare the rod and the President is determined to get to the root of the $25billion contracts.” Another government official who spoke on the condition of anonymity expressed shock over the issue especially with the leaked memo.
“If the minister is culpable, he might be sanctioned for alleged violation of his oath of office and oath of allegiance. The days of moles in government are numbered.”

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