Former minister of petroleum resources Diezani Alison Madueke spotted in London by man

Former minister of petroleum resources Diezani Alison Madueke spotted in London by man

Following the controversy surrounding former minister of petroleum resources Diezani Alison Madueke, one would not expect to see her walking around in freedom. Well, a man took to Twitter to share photos of the ex-minister walking freely on a particular street in London. Many Nigerians, surprised at these pictures, have reacted to this.

The man who spilled the beans about Diezani is named @Osquare78 on Twitter. According to him, he was driving on the streets of NW, London, when his eyes caught on a sight.

Upon looking closely, he saw that he was indeed looking at Alison Madueke. Hence, he took some pictures to show the world what his eyes had stumbled on.

According to @Osquare78, as soon as the ex-petroleum minister saw him taking photos of her, she quickly walked past him in anxiety. This did not stop him from sharing the few snaps he got.

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See his post below:

One would recall that Diezani Alison has been accused of awarding multi-billion naira contracts without following due process and recklessly spending government funds on private jets.

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In the course of the investigation, she revealed that she had been battling breast cancer and is undergoing treatment in the UK. Against this backdrop, many Nigerians could not help but comment when they saw photos of her walking freely like a no man's land.

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In fact, several people were outraged and their outrage reflected in their comments. However, some people could not help but see humour in the situation. See some of the reactions below:

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Only recently, reported that Interpol issued a warrant for the arrest of Diezani Alison Madueke. On this note, they have ordered the extradition of the ex-petroleum minister from United Kingdom. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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