A mild drama occurred at the River Jordan in Israel when the Nigerian delegation headed by President Goodluck Jonathan went on October 26, 2013, to offer prayers, led by the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Ayo Oritsejafor.
After praying for President Jonathan and several dignitaries at the venue, Mr. Oritsejafor then specifically prayed for Mrs. Oduah, but to his surprise several people in the gathering refused to say “Amen” to his prayer, stunning the leader of CAN and President Jonathan. Several people then exchanged glances and moved on.
If President Jonathan thought the controversy about the BMW car scam would quickly away, he is mistaken, as calls for the prosecution of the Minister grew louder over the weekend as it emerged that the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), the agency arm-twisted to purchase the cars, cannot physically locate them.
It would be noted that on October 27, 2013, Sunday, the Abuja-based online news platform, Premium Times, reported that the office of the National Security Adviser has said that neither the Minister nor the NCAA applied for, or received the mandatory “End User Certificate” for the cars.
Similarly, several sources at the Federal Road Safety Corps have told SaharaReporters that the agency never presented the cars for licensing.
Source: Sahara Reporters