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Friday, 8 January 2016

Olu Falae Confesses To Have Collected N100m From PDP

Reports just filtering in have it that a Chief Olu Falae, a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) has admitted that he collected N100million from Tony Anenih, a former chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
According to New Telegraph, the money reportedly collected by Falae was part of the money received by Anenih from the office of the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd).
Chief Olu Falae is reportedly one of the beneficiaries of the $2.1billion for which former National Security Adviser (NSA), Sambo Dasuki is being tried.
He said: “In the build up to the presidential election, the PDP approached the SDP which I chaired. The then ruling party solicited for our support in order for President Goodluck Jonathan to win the March 28 presidential election.
“Anenih related with me as the chairman of the PDP BoT and I did same as the SDP National Chairman. He wrote to me as PDP BoT chairman and I wrote back as SDP National Chairman stating conditions/terms for the alliance.
“I have the record. It is true that N100 million was given to my party to endorse and work for the Jonathan’s candidature in the 2015 election. We used the money for that purpose and we effectively campaigned for the PDP since we did not have presidential candidate in the election. The money was not for me.
“Thank God I’m a retired civil servant. I have all the documents to prove all that transpired between the two parties.
“With all the money PDP has and having spent 16 years in power, how would I know that the money was from the arms deal? No reference was made to the arms deal. So, they should not bring me into the arms issue.
“The relationship was purely interparty affairs.”
Only yesterday, it was reported that Jafaru Isa, a close ally of President Buhari’s was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after being allegedly involved in the $2.1billion for which Dasuki is presently being tried.



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