- The former minister of petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke, has been told by Lauretta Onochie, the president’s special adviser on social media, to forget about coming home to face criminal charges
- Onochie chided the former minister for seeking to return home in order to evade criminal charges abroad after she had fled out of the country to live off the money she stole
- She chided Diezani for being inconsiderate towards the plight of suffering Nigerians and advised her to get ready to face criminal charges in various foreign countries, then come home afterwards to face charges here
The personal assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on social media, Lauretta Onochie, has mocked the embattled former minister of petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke, telling her to forget about coming home to face criminal charges.
In a post on her Facebook page, Onochie asked the former minister to make herself comfortable in the UK and attend to her criminal trials over there.
She stated: "And then, there's Diezani Alison Madueke. She too, wants something. She wants to return home. Remember you are in the UK for medical purposes. Remember the photoshopped images her image launderer plastered all moved the tabloid and the Social Media?
"Diezani is over 18 years old. That makes her an adult. She dusted her passport and flew out of this country, Nigeria.
“She had concluded plans to run off to a Carribean Island to live off the blood money she stole, no hauled from the poorest and the most vulnerable citizens of this nation. She had no idea that she had become attractive to the British authorities And had been in their view since 2013.
“You see, these women, who own choice properties and obese bank accounts they do not need, across the world including Nigeria, had the best of opportunities to improve the lives of Nigerians, especially those who suffer health hazards from environmental degradation in the bowels of the Niger Delta where these two come from.
“If they cared not about their immediate environment, why would they bat an eyelid that environmental issues in the Lake Chad Basin, was fuelling Boko Haram.
“The adage that what a man can do a woman can do better, has never been proven more by anyone than Diezani Madueke.
“The forfeitures the Nigerian people have been awarded against Diezani, the pending and on-going corruption investigations and cases, are a testimony that this woman, who was elevated to the status of a goddess by ex-President Jonathan, has cases to answer, from UK to USA, Italy to the Carribean.
“Why Mrs Madueke suddenly developed an urge to return home, is not clear. But many Nigerians think it’s not unconnected to the perceived cash and carry criminal justice system in Nigeria.
“But she's probably not aware that the chief justice of the federation, Justice Onnoghen, has vowed to clean up the judiciary. But there might be those judges who would be tempted by the mouth-watering inducement that flows from the bottomless pit of Diezani Madueke's haulage.
“May I remind Mrs Madueke that a certain Rtd Admiral Alison Madueke, warned President Muhammadu Buhari to leave his wife alone?
“May I also remind Diezani that Nigerians assume that she is that wife that the retired Naval officer warned the President about?
“Now that she has been left alone, if she needs to return to Nigeria, she will also need her husband to threaten President Buhari to come after her, Hahahahaha....
“Dear Sis, In the meantime, you should make yourself comfortable in the UK. Attend to your criminal trials going on there. When found guilty, happily serve your jail term because it's just the beginning.
“Then when you are done, repeat the same process in America and then in Italy.
“If you are still alive by then, you should then be retired to Nigeria, to begin the same process that will ultimately lead you to your retirement home. You have a choice between Kirikiri and Kuje, among other prisons.
“Till then, it's Goodbye Diezani. You aren't coming home soon!”
Recall that NAIJ.com previously reported that embattled former petroleum resources minister, Diezani Alison Madueke, pleaded with a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos to order the attorney general of the federation to allow her return to Nigeria.
The former minister said she was ready to stand in court and defend a criminal charge linked to her, relating to an alleged laundering of N450 million.
Meanwhile, the attorney-general of the federation, Abubakar Malami, has said that Nigeria will not bring back Diezani Alison-Madueke to face corruption charges.
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