Fayose's Revelation On Buhari's Wife Halliburton Bribery Scandal: US Govt. Opens Up
Apparently in response to the outburst of lousy Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose stating that President Muhammadu Buhari's wife, Aisha Buhari was wanted in the US and was avoiding travelling to the country Over link to the scandalous Halliburton bribe, the United States government says it has no information on the alleged crimes committed by President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife.

The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, had, last month, alleged that Mrs. Buhari was involved in the $185m Halliburton scandal.

While reacting to the freezing of his Zenith Bank accounts by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Fayose claimed that the wife of the President was a wanted person in the US.

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He had said, “Even the President cannot claim to be an angel. The estate he built in Abuja is known to us. His wife was indicted in the Halliburton scandal. When that American, Jefferson, was being sentenced, the President’s wife was mentioned as having wired $170,000 to Jefferson. Her name was on page 25 of the sentencing of Jefferson. We can serialise the judgment for people to see and read.”

Fayose repeated the claim in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi. He said Aisha refused to travel with the President to the US because of her involvement in the scandal
The acting Public Affairs Officer, US Consulate General, Lagos, Frank Sellin, said this in an email sent to our correspondent on Tuesday.

But the acting Public Affairs Officer, US Consulate General, Lagos, Frank Sellin, in an email sent to Punch Newspaper on Tuesday, exonerated Aisha Buhari in the bribery saga.

Sellin According to Punch Newspaper, Sellin said in the e-mail that  “Thank you for the inquiry.  We have no information to provide on this matter.”

Before now, a former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, Nuhu Ribadu had also exonerated the President's wife of any complexity in the Halliburton bribe saga.

Ribadu said; the Aisha Buhari mentioned in the bribery scandal of a former United States congressman, William Jefferson, was an impostor who was peddling influence with the name of President Muhammadu Buhari, a former chairman of the EFCC, Nuhu Ribadu, has told PREMIUM TIMES.

Mr. Ribadu narrated how the EFCC during his tenure, in conjunction with U.S. authorities, almost arrested the impostor.

“She is a different person and has lived in the U.S. for years. She is hardly in Nigeria. The EFCC was working with U.S. authorities on the investigations. One of my plans was to arrest her before I left the commission. Our suspicion then was that she was using the Buhari name for influence.

“The EFCC laid ambush to see if she would come into the country so she could be arrested. I didn’t know what happened to the plan to arrest her after I left,” he said.





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  1. Dem do give una moni for fake story.yeye people and country..

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  2. Dem do give una moni for fake story.yeye people and country..

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    1. You can aswell say the US Ambassador is bribed to vindicate the Fisrt Lady ! Hating Haters will never see no reason in their myopic mind !!

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  3. We are finished, how can journalist that should represent the interest of the common be collecting money from the politician to publish fake news to protect the them. May God help Nigerians

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    1. You can aswell say the US Ambassador is bribed to vindicate the Fisrt Lady ! Hating Haters will never see no reason in their myopic mind !!

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    2. Where has she been vindicated? Because the consul general said he has no information about the issue? Is the consul general the prosecutor? Let her travel to America and get vindicated .she is a thief like her husband

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  4. Vindicated. Where are the hating haters

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