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Subject: [NIgerianWorldForum] Jonathan’s Bribe: Eye-Witness Account
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Subject: Re: [Nigeria360::Live] Jonathan’s Bribe: Eye-Witness Account
I do not know if other readers now understand what this "bribe" was supposed to be buying.
This group had a meeting with the president, during which the president's performance in office was discussed. After the meeting, someone passed on some money (the bribe?), to the group. Why would the president's men do that? Is this something that Nigerian presidents do, under normal circumstances? Otherwise, why would the president's assistants think that the Bakare group should be paid some money? Was this an attempt to buy the silence of a vocal critic?
I thank you.
--- On Tue, 11/30/10, Mr. Seyi Olu Awofeso <email@example.com> wrote: