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‘Metuh Never Received N1.4bn Or N4m Monthly From ONSA’ – PDP Publicity

Chief Olisa Metuh

This a press statement from PDP

The office of the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has noted certain apparently sponsored reports in some section of the media dropping figures and falsely claiming that Chief Olisa Metuh got the sum of N1.4 billion in addition to receiving N4 million monthly stipend from the Office of the former National Security Adviser.

These reports are completely false, mischievous and fabricated to mislead the public and derail the course of proper investigation on issues relating to Chief Metuh.

For the avoidance of doubt, neither Chief Metuh nor his office received the figures being bandied. We therefore challenge the EFCC to substantiate that Chief Metuh received the said N1.4 billion figure as well as make public any evidence that he ever received N4 million monthly stipend from the Office of the National Security Adviser.

This office is deeply worried at the turnout of events since Tuesday when Chief Metuh was arreste and detained while fictitious figures continue to be bandied against him in the media.

Chief Metuh, as a well-known citizen and a public figure had always stated his readiness to honor any invitation by the EFCC or any agency of government for that matter on any issue regarding any allegations against him.

This office is therefore persuaded that the continued detention of Chief Metuh is ostensibly part of the plot by the APC to silence or keep the opposition spokesperson out of circulation for obvious reasons of clipping the wings of the opposition PDP.

Richard Ihediwa
Special Assistant To
PDP National Publicity Secretary

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