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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Fayose Re-Exposes Aisha Buhari's Bribery Scandal

Fayose Re-Exposes Aisha Buhari's Bribery Scandal

By Chima Chibueze

For Family Writers
Aisha Buhari

One would think that with the worsening lack-of-WAEC-certificate case against President Buhari, he will do his best to preserve any little shame he has left.

On Monday, governor Fayose of Ekiti, through his media assistant, shared a link to some legal documents from the U.S. Department of Justice that indict Buhari’s wife in an international corruption case. Fayose, obviously, did it as retaliation to the freezing of his Zenith Bank account by the EFCC that he described as "unconstitutional".

From the way Buhari talks about “fighting corruption” you may not even know he lives with it. "The wife" She may be gaining reputation as the most corrupt First Lady in Nigerian history.


The documents from United States of America's Justice Department reveals how Mrs Buhari served as a conduit for transferring bribes of $170,000 to former US congressman William Jefferson. Jefferson was indicted by a grand jury, in 2007, on sixteen corruption charges; and according to New York Times, Mrs Aisha Buhari testified before the Grand Jury in 2007. Mr William Jefferson was later, in 2009, found guilty of eleven of those charges and sentenced to 13-years imprisonment.

You know the saying “Birds of a feather flock together” that’s probably the case with president Buhari. His close political associate, ex-Vice President Atiku Abubakar, is said to have benefited from that graft that is known in Nigeria as the Halliburton scandal.

Nevertheless, Mrs Aisha Buhari, it is said, lied to one Assiba, her acquaintance in America, that she was the daughter of a former Nigerian military head of state. Guess who she said her father was. Buhari! She said her father was Pa Muhammadu Buhari. Well, at least she knows Buhari is old enough to be her father.

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