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Buhari Ken Nnamani wants President to investigate the $182m Halliburton bribery scandal

To who much is given much is also expected. One of his electoral promises was that he was going rid the country of the cankerworm of corruption.

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Nigeria's President Muhammodu Buhari addresses a news conference outside his house after he voted in Daura, March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye play Nigeria's President Muhammodu Buhari addresses a news conference outside his house after he voted in Daura, March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
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A former Senate President, Dr. Ken Nnamani, has called on President Buhari to investigate the $182m Halliburton bribery scandal, and prosecute those found guilty.

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According to Vanguard Newspapers, Nnamani said “To who much is given much is also expected. One of his electoral promises was that he was going rid the country of the cankerworm of corruption but when I read in papers that his searchlight would be beamed on those that participated in Government of President Goodluck Jonathan, which if it is correct, that will be inappropriate in my view.”

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President Muhammadu Buhari

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Adding that “Key issues that brought us international disrespect such as Halliburton scandal cannot be swept under carpet. Some people have gone to Jail in Britain and United States of America on the same matter.”

 

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