A Twitter user identified as "Oluyemi Fasipe" has taken to his Twitter page to dig up an old case concerning the ex-governor of Delta state, James Ibori.
We can recall that the federal High Court in Asaba discharged and acquitted the former governor of Delta state, James Ibori, of the 170-count charge of corruption filed against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
According to the Twitter user "Oluyemi Fasipe", he said:
"James Ibori was discharged and acquitted of all 170 charges of corruption brought against him by EFCC in Nigeria, and was convicted for just 10 charges against him in the UK".
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Hours after he revealed this information, Aisha Yesufu took to the comment box to react.
"That James Ibori is walking around in Nigeria as a free man, and still being revered by the people he looted dry is testament to how entrenched corruption is in this country. The same people clapping for him are casting and binding their enemies. When he is their number one enemy".
See tweet below...
There have been mixed reaction on Twitter.
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