By Emmanuel Aziken
LAGOS— Former minister and spokesman of the 2015 Goodluck Jonathan Presidential Campaign, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has distanced the campaign organisation from the reported N13 billion cash found in a National Intelligence Agency, NIA, safe house in Ikoyi, Lagos.
The campaign spokesman said attempts to link the suspended Director-General of the NIA, Ambassador Ayo Oke, to the PDP presidential campaign was an attempt to rubbish the career public officer who Fani-Kayode said did not spend the agency’s funds on the campaign.
Responding to the claims in a tweet yesterday, Fani-Kayode said: “The attempt to rubbish the D-G of NIA and destroy him by certain elements in government will fail. He did not spend one kobo on GEJ’s campaign.”
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