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I Left $5.6Billion In NLNG Account Says Deziani Madueke As Her Health Condition Worsens

by on November 23, 2015
 

Reports reaching BreakingTimes suggests that the health condition of the former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison Madueke seems to be depreciating rapidly. We are told that ex-minister has asked her relatives to immediately fly her back into Nigeria this week as her health took a turn for the worse. It was also gathered that the former Petroleum Minister has not been responding to treatment since Thursday.

This development has given the Immediate family great cause for concern and they might have decided to return her to the country in other to seek for spiritual help.  Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke has been battling with cancer since her removal from the Petroleum Ministry

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Mrs. Madueke has been bedridden in a London hospital following her removal as overseer of the oil ministry by the new government of President Buhari. It was revealed that the embattled ex-minister’s family has concluded plans to visit popular Lagos-based Prophet, T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations for prayers.

“They have decided to fly her back into the country this Friday to seek for spiritual help. The condition worsened last weekend and she personally asked the family to return her to the country”.

“She has not tasted any solid food since last Monday. She did not speak throughout Thursday. When she eventually spoke Friday morning, she ordered them to return her to the country to visit Prophet T. B Joshua for prayers,”

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In a recent interview, Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke said she left $5.6billion in the NLNG account, contrary to unsubstantiated reports that she stole from the National kitty before leaving office.

“I actually left $5.6billion in the NLNG alone but no one is talking about it. I’m not seeking to be praised but to be acknowledged that I made some little contributions.

“That money could have been wasted on frivolities but I was determined to keep something for the incoming government once we lost the election,” she said.

Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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  • akin sodimu
    November 23, 2015 at 10:49 am

    The case of Deziani, in respect of her health implications is very pathetic, more so when the ailment is a terminal one. I strongly suspect that God is the one punishing Deziani, if this is so, the one time beautiful woman may be right in seeking positive spiritual solution to her predicament. The media intelligence and the public empathy and sympathy she is receiving now are actually helping her. But for me, i wish her quick recovery so that she can defend or expose herself on criminal charges against her.

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