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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

I didn't request 7 billion from Obiano, Peter Obi says

Previous Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi, said on Wednesday he didn't request for N7billion from his successor, Willie Obiano. 

The ex-governor said he cleared out in regards to $156million in bank, N25billion trade and N25billion out neighborhood investment for his successor. 

Obi said he has never bolstered any candidate for personal advantages. 

He additionally denied nursing ambition to be the vice presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2019. 

Obi, who made the illuminations in a visit with journalists in Abuja, requested that Governor Obiano go along with him in chapel and make a solemn vow on the N7billion debate. 

He stated: "Let me pose an inquiry, all of you are instructed and it is on record in this country and reported, I can demonstrate it with each reasonable archived prove that when I exited office , I cleared out finished N25billion in neighborhood investment for Anambra State. I exited over N25 billion in trade out the bank. I additionally left $156 million in the bank in Nigeria. Do you figure anybody can leave such cash and go to ask the individual he is giving over to give him N7 billion when I cleared out finished N75 billion? 

"I would have taken the N7billion to start with, at that point give them the adjust and I will even now be fit as a fiddle. Give me a chance to utilize the dollar as illustration. No one has ever left $1 in any state in Nigeria. I cleared out $156 million. About $30million alone is over N7billion. In the event that I had taken risks and left $120million, I will in any case be a champion. So for what reason will I leave that one and go asking for peanut? 

"For what reason would I require the cash and afterward go to ask the individual I gave over to give me N7billion? I would have taken it. Give us a chance to be judicious about all these.

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