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Ex-Minister reportedly appointed Commissioner in Dominica

The appointment was also alleged to have been followed by a letter signed by the Prime Minister.

 

A UK group has alleged that the embattled ex-Minister for Petroleum in Nigeria, undefinedhas been appointed a commissioner in Dominica.

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The revelation is coming just after the ex-Minister was alleged to have obtained a citizenship of the small Caribbean country with help from the Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit.

It was further alleged that aside granting a citizenship with a valid passport that indicated she was born on December 6, 1960, Diezani has been appointed that country’s Trade and Investment Commissioner.

However, the letter indicated that the appointment was without salary package, as she is expected to help in promoting and marketing Dominica as a trade and investment domicile.

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