Adoke Denies Taking N2bn From Jonathan For Buhari’s Disqualification

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Mr. Bello Adoke (SAN)

Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke, yesterday, denied being behind spurious lawsuits aimed at scuttling the rescheduled March 28 and April 11, 2015 elections. He also denied being given the sum of N2 billion by President Goodluck Jonathan to sponsor cases in court to disqualify Major General Muhammadu Buhari.

The AGF made the clarification in a statement made available to Saturday Vanguard by his Senior Special Assistant, Mr. Peter Akper, in Abuja on Friday. This came in response to an online publication, which had accused him of sponsoring spurious groups with the huge war chest he received from the President to stop Buhari from contesting the election or halt the polls altogether.

“I wish to categorically state from my vantage position that these allegations are not only false but are designed to harass, distract and intimidate the Attorney General from discharging his duties.

“Let Nigerians be assured that the Attorney General of the Federation remains committed to the conduct of free, fair and credible elections and within the time frame clearly stipulated in the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 and the Electoral Act, as amended.

“Mr. Mohammed Bello Adoke is very conscious of the ethical and professional demands of his high office and his constitutional responsibility as ‘Guardian’ of the Constitution and has demonstrated this time and again in the discharge of his duties.
He is one Public Officer that has the moral conviction and courage to speak the truth at all times in the defence of national interest no matter whose ox is gored.

“Aware of his place in history and the experiences of his predecessors in office, Mr. Adoke has refrained from partisanship and has not allowed it to becloud his sense of judgment,” the statement read.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Dis man is a lier,a man dat come to okene and started sharing money an bag of rice to people,unfortunately anybody he gv rice da will shout,Sai Buhari and d man oder his body guide excute to bet dem,he also open his mouth and said he didn’t want GMB as president even if he win,da will nt call it for him,is the money dat he collected from GEJ dat he use,he is a lier.

  2. We must never vote APC for the betterment of Nigerians life. This people are too greedy and they will do anything for get into power.

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