Patience Jonathan $15 million : Over 100 women storm EFCC’s Rivers office

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An organization, Voice of Naija Delta Women(VONDW) today stormed the Rivers office of the Economic and financial crimes commission protesting the seizure of former first lady, patience Jonathan’s $15 million.

The women, numbering about 100, stormed the EFCC’s office chanting various songs and carrying different placards and banners with inscriptions bearing their grievances. The main thrust of their grievances was that the ‘’EFCC should release the $15million Patience Jonathan’s money without delay’’. Some inscriptions on the banners are: ‘’Please, EFCC, the malady of Mrs Patience Jonathan is of great concern to us, come to our aid in Allah’s name”; ‘’Leave our mother alone”; “Mr Chairman Sir, (EFCC) pls fight corruption with love”; “Leave Ex-president wife alone”; “Magu, unfreeze Mrs Patience Jonathan Account”, among others.

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Leader of the protesters, High Chief Rita N. Onwunali Adandigbo, said that her group, Voice of Niger Delta Women, supported the corruption agenda of President Muhammadu Buhari but was in the EFCC to express its worry over the “deteriorating health situation of Mrs Patience Jonathan owing to the non-release of her money by the EFCC”. Responding, Oyewale assured the group that their grievances would be looked into promptly and objectively. “We will report your grievances to the Ag. Executive chairman, Mr. Ibrahim Magu and he will carefully look into it. We will report everything you have said to him and actions will be taken accordingly” he said.

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