The former governor of old Anambra State, Jim Nwobodo has refuted reports that he received any money from the embattled former National Security Adviser, Dasuki Sambo.
Nwobodo, who spoke in an interview with Premium Times, said the only money he collected was N100 million from his party PDP for campaign logistics.
“I have never met Sambo Dasuki. I know Yuguda as former minister, that is all. What happened was that I was invited alongside 15 leaders of PDP in the South East to the residence of Ahmed Muazu to collect the money allocated to our zone by the PDP.
Three party leaders were selected from each of the five states of the South East.”
“I was selected to lead a committee of 15 to collect the N100 million, which was shared to each one of us for campaign logistics in our respective states. I was surprised to hear that a report quoted me as saying I collected N500 million from Muazu.”
“This is sheer lie as I have never previously spoken to any journalist on this issue but today. So how come somebody concocted a figure and attributed it to me? It was PDP as party that shared the money for campaign not for our individual use,” he said