RE: ON THE TRAIL OF MADAME DIEZANI (PART 2)

This is an exclusive blog post by Folashade Oshun in response to Dele Momodu. "...Fortunately, Justice is blind and everyone that comes before her had better come with clean hands or taste the bitter side of her sword...

Dele Momodu and Diezani Alison-Madueke

Dele Momodu can try telling us how much he was paid to publish this piece of turd.I am surprised that Diezani would sink to this level of low in an attempt to curry public sympathy as if that would excuse the fact that she robbed Nigeria blind at the height of her inglorious career as the minister in charge of petroleum affairs...

Fortunately, Justice is blind and everyone that comes before her had better come with clean hands or taste the bitter side of her sword...Millions of Nigerians are succumbing to the health-induced challenged which her evil actions and those of the fellow thieves over the years...shouldn't that matter too?

Many have died on the craters we call roads...doesn't that come up for mention? Wasn't it this same media that Diezani regularly gave the middle finger and shunned like lepers when she could have at least allowed to xray her ministry's activities if she understood her charge as a public servant.

I am no lotus-eater and will not join the crazy bandwagon of 'Pray for your leaders' and I declare that if Dele Momodu continues to peddle his illicit trade at the expense of truth, I'll personally take him up in a way he'll not expect...

Enough of the craziness already!

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