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The truth about Oil Minister’s 20m Euro Mansion in Austra

Dear President Goodluck Jonathan and honorable minister, Mrs. Diezani Alison
Madueke, I am personally very happy about the urgency which this millions of
euro mansion allegation in Vienna, Austria has been refuted and taken.
Consequently I would want to inform you all, and fellow Nigerians that I went into
action immediately after recovering from the shock of hearing that such amount of
money had been invested in a foreign land in this manner in search of the truth.

With all sense of frankness and fairness I can unequivocally say that I have as a
concerned and disturbed patriotic citizen of the Federal Republic of Nigeria living
in Vienna, Austria gone deeply and investigated this saga. I used all the available
means and otherwise to get to all the people and agencies that are very important
in finding the truth. My curiosity and sincerity in digging out the fact nearly got me
into trouble at different occasions. Therefore, I can beat my chest and say that
there was no iota of truth in this accusation. Some school of thoughts may have it
that I am just an ordinary individual whose investigations could be limited and
could easily be rejected or punctured by law on technical ground. As a result, I
am waiting for the final pronouncement of the official findings which I believe that it
will not be different from the naked truth I have just said.

In consideration to this my honest private investigation on the bogus mansion and
its result, honorable minister Madam, let your celebration start now because you
are a conqueror for your God has given you another important victory to the shame
of the devil and the evil ones. I did not find any mansion in Vienna, Austria in the
name of Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke the honorable oil Minister Federal Republic
of Nigeria. And I challenge anybody to prove me contrarily including “Heute”
newspaper. Consequently I tender my unreserved apology for this misleading
publication as someone who brought a translated version of the newspaper’s
report to the Nigerian audience outside Vienna, Austria.

The record must be kept straight that ‘Heute’ newspaper dated 7.11.11 on page
11 carried the news that Nigeria’s oil minister had got a mansion in Vienna,
Austria and some Nigerians living in Vienna have got a copy of that paper
including the Nigerian Embassy whom I have also had contact with regarding this
fairy tale in my candid opinion. My article was not ambiguous as I stated clearly
that my reactions were based on the report of the newspaper and had also asked
the oil minister to refute the allegation or resign from her position.
I am not a blackmailer, a politician, a contractor and evenly not looking for any
favor from any individual or government in any form as to sell my conscience and
integrity. I do not equally involve myself in dubious activities. I am just a patriotic
concerned reliable citizen who also feels the pains of corruption by our political
leaders in Nigeria. My actions are focused towards social change for the good of
all Nigerians. This is what I am doing and will continue to do.

Austria is ranked as developed by experts, therefore, if one cannot make a
reference to a newspaper report in a civilized country then all the judges all over
the world that have admitted any newspaper in evidence and used it in any form
should be castigated and such cases re-tried. And as long as this has not been
done those bunches of miscreants who are nothing but ethnic village political
champions should get this into their heads that the news did not emanate from
me. Even though I am not afraid of death at all because when it will come you
cannot do anything to change it since it is not within your power but in the hands
of the creator, but all the abuses and threats on my person and family must stop.
However, if it pleases God that their threats will become reality, it will also please
my soul because they may not know that they have played the role Judas Iscariot
played in Jesus Christ’s crucifixion by fulfilling part of my destiny to eternity where
I will die no more and will see corruption, blackmailing and threat no more. If God
so wishes may his name be glorified.

If a report from an Austrian licensed newspaper cannot be referred to as a source
of information there would be no need for its existence just as we should equally
not listen to BBC, CNN or NTA news etc. because it would be useless. If I should
be scolded for making a reference to a newspaper report in a civilized country then
we all are guilty of believing “The Times” in New York about the life of the US
president Barrack Obama and his family in the White House because we have
never been there and may never be. We should also not make a reference or
believe Nigerian newspapers whenever they write anything about Aso Rock or
President Goodluck Jonathan especially the regional newspapers until we as
individuals go to Aso Rock and verify or see the president. If the reproach of some
few individuals should be generally accepted then, we all are guilty to have
believed newspaper reports about the former US president George Bush who is
supposed to be in prison for his lies against late Saddam Hussein and genocide
against Iraqi women and children because we were not in Iraq to see the war and
count the number of women and children that were reported to have been killed by
Bush’s arrogance in a supremacy show. For threatening a man who has done a
patriotic job out of his own time, money and risk, we all should be jailed to have
believed newspaper reports about the betrayal of Charles Taylor by African leaders
who ate their words out of imperialism and complex and handed him over to their
colonial masters against the peace accord reached in Monrovia, Liberia that led
Charles Taylor to voluntarily relinquish his power as the president. Charles Taylor
took asylum in Nigeria which was part of the treaty of his leaving power but it
turned out to be a deceit and a gate way to his incarceration against the deal.
Today Charles Taylor is standing trial in the same court that ceded Bakassi
Peninsula against all glaring evidences and the feelings of Bakassi indigenes in
Cross River state. You and I perhaps were not witnesses to all these historical
events but yet we will quote, discuss and write as if it happened in our bedrooms
because we believe in the media.

As accredited print media house its primary aim is to inform and people rely on it
for information because it is duty bound to verify its news and filter it before
bringing it to the audience. It was on this note of respecting ‘Heute’s’ ethic
professionalism as a licensed media entity I wrote in my article that I trust the
newspaper, and consciously aware of the gravity of the allegation it leveled against
the honorably minister and the insult it heaped on Nigeria, one had expected it to
at least be very sure of its report. You can go back and read that article again.

Therefore I think that I did a patriotic work by bringing a translated version of the
already known news to the Nigerian audience and equally made a genuine
patriotic call not only as a concerned Nigerian when I said that the oil minister
must clear her name or honorably bow out from office but also as a Nigerian who
is doing something in his own little way for the sought change we all are yearning
for to take place. No Nigerian in Austria was happy after having read that insult
from “Heute” newspaper but as usual most of them took the discussions to their
sitting rooms, café bars and their clan meetings or to their small group of friends
for sympathy.

We have our problems in Nigeria including corruption in high places there is no
doubt about that but corruption is not peculiar to Nigeria alone. Therefore, ‘Heute’
must explain to Nigerians what gave them the impetus to disgrace our Honorable
minister by portraying her as wicked and inconsiderate before the world without
facts. Millions of Nigerians all over the world especially those living in Austria have
been misled like me and humiliated in so many ways with this report and as a
matter of fact need an explanation why their country should be so bruised
sacrilegiously with the derogatory word “Hungerland.”

The big questions now are: How did “Heute” come up with this damaging
allegation? Who is behind this and what is the motive? For your personal
clarification I have provided ‘Heute’s’ contact and mail addresses including
telephone numbers bellow.

Heute AHW Verlags GmbH
Heiligenstädter Lände 29/Top 6
1190 Wien

Fax: +4350950 ext. 12222 or ext. 12555
Phone: +4350950 ext. 12000
E-Mail: office@heute.at

Mr. President Sir, this humiliation and insult was not only a damage to the
honorable minister but also to Nigeria as an entity. Your morality as the
commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Federal Republic of Nigeria who
appointed Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke as a minister and your entire cabinets are
equally not spared. Accordingly, genuine concerned Nigerians like me are
expecting you to please restore our dignity and pride by encouraging and
supporting speedy investigation and legal action against the newspaper and their
agents because anything short of this to the knowledge of the public would be a
colossal failure. In other words, please no diplomatic settlement outside the eyes
of the public should be considered in any form otherwise the coffin of the damage
would have been sealed.

Sir, the real foreheads of the “Terrible Goliaths” which you said that are ready to
kill their fathers and mothers or even their children just to stop your government
maybe about to be exposed for your anointed stone to strike like David in the
bible. Get to the root of this matter because from every indication Sir, it could
afford you the opportunity of unmasking some of these monsters in the name of
“Goliaths” or their agents.

In retrospect to the brouhaha that trailed the re-appointment of the oil minister and
the unwarranted uproar that is now associated with her including this FAKE
mansion in Vienna, Austria it is now so obvious that some forces are after her.
May God continue to protect her.

Fellow Nigerians, we all should not forget that north, east, west and south – home
is home, for that reason, let us all in unison play our respective roles well to move
Nigeria forward and do away with blackmailing and distractions in any form. We
should not allow ourselves to be a willing tool in causing pains to others. We must
criticize genuinely and constructively because objective criticism brings the best
out in any reasonable government.

Kill that ethnic politicking in you and let us leave legacies for our children and not
ill gotten billions in the bank from blackmailing and corruption. Nigeria must move
forward.

Long live the federal Republic of Nigeria, long live President Goodluck Jonathan
and long live the oil minister Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke.

Uzoma Ahamefule
A concerned patriotic citizen
Writes from Vienna, Austria
Klick here: http://globalreporters1.blogspot.com
uzomaah@yahoo.com
+436604659620 sms only

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