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  • Onnoghen: My Life Is Under Threat – Ex-Buhari Aide, Dennis Aghanya
  • The Executive Secretary, Anti-Corruption and Research- Based Data
    Initiative, Dennis Aghanya, has raised the alarm over threats to his
    life following his petition against Onnoghen for failing to declare five
    bank accounts with about $3m.
    The former media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari told
    Saturday PUNCH on Friday that a number of people have asked him
    to disown the petition against the CJN for a huge amount of
    money.
    He said those behind the threats were “the people who are telling
    Nigerians that the petition does not have merit.”
    He declined to identify the people making the threats.
    Aghanya said, “Since this petition came to light, they have been
    sending friends and families to me and at the same time issuing
    threats. They are giving me two options: If I don’t accept, I would
    go down six feet. If I mention the amount they are offering, it is
    something a hungry man would accept, something they cannot
    resist, big money, as much as a billion naira.”
    According to the activist, those faulting his action should instead
    encourage the CJN to defend himself at the Code of Conduct
    Tribunal.
    He stated that the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister
    of Justice, Abubakar Malami, did the right thing by ensuring the
    prosecution of Onnoghen for concealing five domiciliary accounts in
    Standard Chartered Bank.
    He dismissed arguments that the petition did not follow due
    process, noting that Nigerians should be concerned with the facts
    and evidences presented on the case “instead of leaving substance
    to chase shadow.”
    Aghanya again denied that the petition against Onnoghen was
    politically-motivated, noting that many other investigations were
    also being carried out by ARDI against other government officials
    whom he declined to identify.
    When asked if he feared for his life, Aghanya said, “I’m human, but
    then, it is God that gives life. Because I am a good Christian, I don’t
    feel bothered. If I were to be killed, do you know the kind of enemies
    I have had to contend with since I was born? The enemies would
    come, they would rise, do all sorts of things, but if God is with you,
    all those things would be in vain.”

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