Better days are ahead for Nigerians in the coming days as things are beginning to take shape in some of the most corrupt sectors of Nigeria’s economy, as $16million out of the $20billion allegedly stolen from the coffers of the Nigeria National Petroleum, NNPC by the management of the corporation has reportedly been refunded by the management of one of the top banks in Nigeria for fear of prosecution by the incoming government.
The said money was said to be traced to a discrete account operated by the embattled Minister of Petroleum, Mrs. Deziani Allison-Madueke in one of Nigeria’s foremost banks. The minister who since the declaration of Gen. Muhammud Buhari as elected president in the March 28th election has embarked on various trips between Nigeria and Europe to fine-tune her foreign accounts.
Prior to the presidential election, the minster had allegedly embarked on mischiefs in an alleged bid to stop the National Assembly from investigating her roles in the missing funds.
According to a security source who pleaded anonymity, the minister engaged former head of state, General Abdulsalami Abubakar to plead with General Buhari not to prosecute her. According to the source, efforts are still ongoing to recover other loots from the seemingly sobered minister