Opposition party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has called on President Goodluck Jonathan to explain to Nigerians what Mujaheed Asari Dokubo, was doing on the plane that illegally ferried US$9.3 million to South Africa for an arms deal, where Asari , another Nigerian and an Israeli were arrested, according to a published report.
The party in a statement by its spokesperson, Lai Mohammed, said since the federal government has taken ownership of the funds by saying the National Security Adviser (NSA) issued the end-user certificate for the arms purchase, it stands to reason that the same government will know the involvement of all those aboard the plane.
APC said the federal government has a lot of questions to answer on the whole deal, including whether Asari Dokubo is the contractor or the end user, who he was procuring arms for and for what purpose.
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