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NEWS UPDATE: Anambra guber: I introduced Transcorp to Obasanjo in America – Okoye tackles Soludo

NEWS UPDATE: Anambra guber: I introduced Transcorp to Obasanjo in America – Okoye tackles Soludo

Transnational Corporation (Transcorp) fellow benefactor, Nicholas Okoye, has denounced the remarks about the organization by Anambra governorship confident, Chukwuma Soludo.

The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) flagbearer and previous Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had guaranteed he was the cerebrum behind Transcorp.

Soludo avowed the declaration during the governorship banter by Arise News and Enough will be Enough (EiE) Nigeria.

In an assertion on Monday, Okoye, a previous Merrill Lynch investor, depicted the attestation as false.

He acquainted the Transcorp thought with ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo in America during a visit to previous President Bill Clinton.

The capital master said during the arrangement, the advertisers held more than ten gatherings with Obasanjo and Soludo didn’t go to one.

Okoye added that never did the previous Nigerian pioneer direct him to meet or work with Soludo on the project.

The business visionary uncovered that his name and mark are on the enrollment reports of Transcorp.

“Our first arrangement was the acquisition of Nicon Nuga Hilton Hotel in Abuja which Val Ozigbo, PDP Anambra guber competitor later changed. I arranged and marked all the documents.

“Soludo was never essential for Transcorp. I’m stunned that the previous CBN Governor would make such bogus cases just to acquire a political advantage.”

Okoye further excused Soludo’s comment that he enlisted Ozigbo into Transcorp.

“Soludo was a distant memory as CBN Governor. Ndidi Okereke-Onyiuke who can make the cases Soludo is making was likewise gone. It is clearly false, please”, he said.





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