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Those Asking For Diezani's Extradition Are Mumu-lauretta Onochie


Presidential aide, Lauretta Onochie, has slammed those calling for the extradition of a former Petroleum Minister in the country, Diezani Alison-Madueke.

Recall that some Nigerians led a convener of the #ResumeOrResign protest which held days ago, Charly Boy stormed the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, demanding the extradition of the former minister for committing various financial crimes in the country.

In reaction to the protest led by Nigerian singer, Charly Boy, the presidential aide noted that those who participated in the protest clearly do not know how the legal system works.

Lauretta Onochie further cited the case of a former Delta State Governor, James Onanafe Ibori who was recently released from a UK jail after serving 13 years sentence.



She noted that Ibori was jailed in the UK for crimes committed against the UK government and not for those he committed in Nigeria.

Pointing out the ignorance of the protesters, Lauretta Onochie who deemed them ‘mumu’ took to her Twitter page to write:


http://www.herald.ng/asking-diezanis-extradition-mumu-lauretta-onochie/


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