More drama, allegations and fight have erupted since the EFCC recovered $50 million at Osborne tower Ikoyi following a whistle blower. Nigerians politicians have been linked to the ownership as all deny the mystery money.
The media aide of Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transportation, David Iyofor, has attacked Lere Olayinka, spokesman of Ayodele Fayose, governor of Ekiti state, over the $50 million recovered by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in lkoyi, Lagos.
Recall that Mr Olayinke and Fani Kayode tweeted that the apartment was bought by Amaechi and the mystery belongs to the minister.
Iyofor debunked the claim describing him as a “big liar.”
“Just hearing with one ear that Amaechi may have link to the House,” Olayinka wrote on Twitter, and Iyofor fired back: “Liar. You better hear well before your ear sends you to prison.”
Not deterred, Olayinka wrote: “Cover up game has started! Rotimi Amaechi owns the house.”
Iyofor responded: “Where is your proof? If you think you can link Amaechi to the house and money by tweeting this rubbish, then you need to have your head examined.
“Big Liar! Demonic Liar! Listen, you disgusting pig, Rotimi Amaechi is not connected or linked in anyway whatsoever to the house &/or money.”
Meanwhile, Solomon Adeola, senator representing Lagos west, Adamu Mu’azu, former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP); and Esther Nnamdi-Obue, ex-managing director of Petroleum Products Pricing and Marketing Company (PPMC), have all been linked to the money, but they have also denied ownership of it.