Government & Politics

Jonathan’s Men Offered Us N2bn Ahead of 2015 Elections – TMG


The Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) – a coalition of over 400 civic organizations –alleged yesterday that agents of the Jonathan administration offered it a bribe of N2 billion for the purpose of compromising the outcome of the 2015 elections.

The bribe offer came by way of what the TMG chairman, Comrade Ibrahim Zikirullahi, branded a dubious proposal.

”Specifically, some errand boys from the Presidency at the time came to us with a dubious proposal that 50,000 agents of the PDP be fielded as TMG observers,” Zikirullahi said in a statement.

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The allegation is coming on the heels of ongoing investigation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) into how $115million (N23.299billion) was contributed by some oil barons and shared to some electoral officials to rig the elections in favour of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan.

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