Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Nigeria: PDP and APC Argue Over Seized $5.7 Million in South Africa

Shortly after the seizure of $9.3 million by the South African Government, another $5.7 million was also confiscated yesterday. The $5.7m for the purchase of arms by Nigeria has sparked off heated argument between the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and the opposition All Progressives Congress, APC. While the APC accused President Jonathan of embarrassing the country in global community, the PDP has declared that it is solidly behind the president.

The APC in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, asked President Goodluck Jonathan to urgently address Nigerians on what it called “the serial embarrassments to which his administration is subjecting the country in the comity of nations, after another seizure of $5.7 million of Nigerian arms money by South African authorities. The party said the issues surrounding the first seizure of $9.3 million were yet to be resolved before the latest scandal, thus devaluing the currency of every Nigerian.

culled from Vanguard

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