Fresh reports reaching us say Petroleum Minister, Alison Madueke, has left the country for the United Kingdom on health reasons.
Other sources say she fled owing to General Muhammadu Buhari’s win at the recent presidential election, seeing as the Oil sector under watch has been riddled with series of financial misappropriations.
In September, 2012; New York based Sahara Reporters revealed how the Minister left for the UK for medical treatment, but she swiftly issued a rebuttal declaring herself safe and sound. In spite of several sources corroborating claims of her health condition, saying how pertinent documents requiring her attention or signature were being taken over to the UK for her to handle, she denied all the claims of a failing health.
Our sources have gathered today that Alison Madueke is out of the country again.
There is however a twist to this particular trip abroad seeing as the president-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, is soon to resume office, and given his stance on corruption will be combing the records in the petroleum sector. Following this, the Minister knowing full well the monumental rot in the Oil sector thought it best to ‘take a breather’.
Unconfirmed reports have it that Mrs. Madueke left the country via BA (British Airways) on Monday morning, April 6th; in a bid to steer clear from the political space.
Meanwhile, an inside source close to her has confirmed that she really did leave the country for a short while not for fear of any probe, but to receive treatments for an unknown health condition.
We are yet to hear from her officially.