According to online news platform, SaharaReporters, an investigation carried out by them revealed that a Nigerian private jet caught in Johannesburg with the $10 million reportedly belongs to Ayo Oritsejafor, head of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).
CAN President ‘Linked To Jet Caught With $10 Million In South Africa’
It was revealed to the news platform by the Nigerian Aviation Authorities that “one of the jets belonged to Pastor Oritsejafor while the second one was registered to Felix Idiga, the owner of Jafac Aviation Limited.”
SaharaReporters say that the CAN president is a close confidant of President Goodluck Jonathan.
The news site reports that the
It was revealed to the news platform by the Nigerian Aviation Authorities that
Two Nigerians and an Israeli defense contractor, Eyal Mesiaka have arrived in South Africa in the private jet when they were accosted by officials but was Oritsejafor’s jet was released after the intervention of some top Nigerian officials who claimed the weapons to be purchased had the official blessing of the Nigerian government. The jet arrived with two plastic suitcases and two hand luggages with combination locks only known to the Isreali contractor, SaharaReporters revealed.
The news platform claimed they
SaharaReporters say they reportedly were unable to reach the CAN president.
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