Nigeria's Presidency Slams the Ribadu Report


The Presidency has lambasted the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for a bad presentation of the report - which they say was overtly politicized and confusing. A week ago, Ribadu submitted the Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force report, which uncovered large-scale fraud in the oil industry.
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President Goodluck Jonathan and Mallam Nuhu Ribadu

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