I Collected Less Than N6 Million From Yuguda – Bode George

by on December 14, 2015

Chief Olabode George, has denied collecting N100 million from former Minister of State for Finance Mr Bashir Yuguda, saying it is another blatant falsehood, stripped of any iota of truth. He described the allegation as “mischievous and deliberately fraudulent.”

In his statement, He said ; “My attention has been drawn to another mischievous and deliberately fraudulent claim that I collected N100 million from Bashir Yuguda, the former Minister of State for Finance”.

“This is another blatant falsehood, stripped of any iota of truth. This is yet again a depraved continuation of lynch mob journalism orchestrated by an online newspaper.”

“The salient fact is that very early this year, long before the election period, the party set up Contact and Mobilization Committee for each zone to reconcile various factions and ensure a firm unity of purpose within the zones before the election. I was elected as the Chairman for the South-West zone”.

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“The committee which was made up of 18 senior members of the party with distinguished history of honor and exemplary leadership, met at least 10 times in my office in Lagos”.

‘These people traveled all the way from every corner of the South-West, with three members representing each state”.

“All of them are very much alive to testify to my assertions. Sometime in the middle of these deliberations, Yuguda came to me and said the party was reimbursing the 18 elders of the committee for their transportation, accommodation and feeding allowance for the work that was done”.

“The committee later submitted the report of its deliberations to the party and then wound up. For all these efforts Yuguda gave the committee only $30,000.

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“That was less than N6 million at that time. Yuguda can never claim that he gave the Committee N100 million”.

“That is the figment of the imagination of rascally scribblers purporting to be journalists. Again, facts are sacred.”


Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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  • arik
    December 14, 2015 at 11:19 am

    Just for transport? For who? And how? Do you work for the intrest of Nigerians or you party to deserve such pay? Your wicked sir! Very very wicked and God will exposed you all.


  • kungs
    December 14, 2015 at 11:26 am

    Comment…how can u admit collecting #6m and denied #100m isn’t not for the same purpose?


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