Purported Letter from Fareedah Waziri to Obasanjo Goes Online (READ)
Few days ago, former President Olusegun Obasanjo opened a can of worms in an inteview published in the current and special edition of Zero Tolerance magazine, a publication of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) where he accused a former boss of the anti-graft agency, Fareedah Waziri as incompetent to have served in the commission.
Fareedah Waziri in her response through a press statement described the former president as a shameless liar and threatens to open up on his past if he does not respect his age and shut up.
But while Waziri’s threat may steal be cooling in the minds of Obasanjo, it appears someone has decided fire a pre-emptive strike as a letter bearing a supposed EFCC logo and a signature purported to be that of Mrs. Waziri has surfaced online setting a lot of tongues wagging about its substance and authenticity.
The authenticity of the letter could not be ascertained and several commentators have expressed their skepticism that such a crudely versed letter to the former president soliciting a favour could have emanated from the office of the former chairman of an anti-graft body under late President Umar Musa Yar’Adua.
No words have been heard from both Waziri who the letter purportedly originated from as well as the former president on the content of the letter.
See a photo of the letter below:
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