DSS interrogates pastor who accused Jonathan of offering N7 billion bribe

Posted by Theresa Moses | 11 March 2015 | 2,684 times

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The Department of State Security (DSS) Headquarters in Abuja has quizzed Pastor Musa Dikwa over the N7 million bribe he alleged was collected by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) from President Goodluck Jonathan to support his re-election bid.

The controversial cleric had claimed that the money was routed through the Executive Secretary of the Christian Pilgrims Board, Mr. John-Kennedy Opara.

In a press statement made available to News Express, Dikwa confirmed that he recently had an

interaction with the DSS and was asked questions, regarding the allegation.

He said he explained to his interrogators that he and his group, the Voice of Northern Christian Movement, were not being sponsored by the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC).

He also dismissed rumours that he had been detained, explaining that he was only interrogated and allowed to go home.


Source: News Express

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