Following the historic defeat of President Goodluck Jonathan at the presidential polls, several corrupt ministers and office holders have been under serious panic as they struggle to cover up their corrupt practices and get a soft landing before General Muhammadu Buhari is sworn in. Amongst the public office holders is the Minister of Petroleum Resources who has been alleged of several corruption cases including illegal exportation of oil, ownership of refineries abroad to mention a few.
With puffy eyes, oil minister, popularly called the oil goddess, Alison-Madueke known for her exuberance and plundering of Nigeria’s petrodollars with impunity, met with former head of state, Abdulsalami Abubakar whose home is now the venue for soft landing deals in GMB’s govt for corrupt officials who do not want to go to Jail.
It was gathered that, prior to making the discreet visit to Abdulsalam’s home, Alison-Madueke had received a volley of tongue-lashing from her principal, President Goodluck Jonathan, when she visited him to discuss ways to mend her shortcomings before Buhari takes over.
A reliable source disclosed that president Jonathan shouted at her in his guest house, stating that his failure was due to corrupt practices traceable to the Petroleum Minister. “Get out, get out of my sight” President Jonathan was reported to have shouted. It was after this “dressing down” that Alison-Madueke, hurriedly went to join the queue of corrupt public office holders seeking soft landing through General Abdulsalam. Our source made it known that Alison was caught at the waiting room of General Abdusalam where she was dressed in Islamic veil to hide her identity.
Alison-Madueke has been in charge of the kerosene subsidy scam that has constantly looted $100 million monthly in fake subsidy money for kerosene sold at over N100 a liter (against subsidized rates meant to be N50/liter). This money has amounted to over $12 billion dollars being looted by Diezani, president Jonathan and the Cabal every year which is part of over $20 billion dollars that gets missing in 18 months as reported by former central bank governor and now Kano Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.