Saturday, 25 October 2014

Nigeria's Petroleum Minister, Diezani's Sister Still with Kidnappers Since Tuesday, 21st of October 2014!

Just coming off an inconclusive allegation of $20 billion USD oil revenue remitance under her minisry, President Goodluck's most powerful minister, Diezani Allison-madueke is in the news again. This time the Nigeria police via Ahmad Muhammad said her sister, Osio Agama, was kidnapped at gunpoint as she approached her car on Tuesday night, Rivers. In his words: "We're not aware if any ransom demand had been made"  in December 2012, when Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's 82-year-old mother Kamene Okonjo was abducted from her home, in neighbouring Delta state, while President Goodluck Jonathan's 70-year-old uncle was also kidnapped earlier this year in Bayelsa state, also in the Niger Delta.
The Niger-Delta part of Nigeria has been known in recent times for such high profile crimes for monetary gains.

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