How Stella Oduah Maneuvered Jonathan, Appeared During BASA Signing To Deceive Nigerians
Confusion ensued in Isreal yesterday between President Goodluck Jonathan and his Aviation Minister Stella Oduah, over the signing of Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) with Israel.
President Jonathan who had tried to distance himself from the Aviation Minister Stella Oduah, following the controversy trailing the purchase of two bullet-proof cars for her at an inflated price of N255m by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), barred her from signing on behalf of Nigeria but was out-maneuvered by the Princess who sneaked her way into the hall where the signing was taking place.
The President had instructed Nigeria’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Prof. Viola Onwuliri to sign on behalf of Nigeria, an instruction which angered the Aviation Minister, having worked in the last few months to bring the agreement to fruition.
After sneaking into the venue of the signing, located at The David Citadel Hotel, the Aviation Minister maneuvered her way to the high table, where she had instructed some of her operatives to photograph her, but their attempts were unsuccessful.
The photograph shown below was quickly sent to Media Houses including abusidiqu.com stating that she had signed the BASA agreement.
Upon investigations, it was discovered that the photograph sent by her media aide, Mr. Joe Obi had earlier been taken on monday, during a pre-signing meeting with the Israeli authorities.
Few hours later when the President’s media team got wind of her manipulation, they sent this picture shown below to media houses including Abusidiqu.com, to show that Stella Oduah did not partake in the signing of the BASA agreement on behalf of Nigeria.
Minister Of Foreign Affairs, Prof Viola Onwuliri (L) Signing Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) With The Deputy Israeli Foreign Minister, Mr Zeer Elkin In Jerusalem Of Monday.
As the President heads back home, we wait to see the next line of action, especially considering the embarrassment the aviation minister has caused Mr. President.
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