I’m dying of cancer. Please, forgive me and allow me to return home — Diezan

The former petroleum minister from the era of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, who sought refuge in the UK due to fears of the EFCC, Diezani Alison-Madueke, has now appealed to the Nigerian government for leniency.
In an open letter to president Tinubu through EFCC, Diezani has confessed that she gave His Excellency Dauda Lawal $9billion and he is not picking her calls. She wants him to refund the money to Nigerian government.
‘I was the petroleum minister during Goodluck Jonathan’s regime. I am presently in The UK. I am now a born again Christian and I am suffering from second stage breast cancer in which I will be on medications throughout my life.
I entrusted over $9billion into the hands of Dauda Lawal who was the Executive Director of First Bank Nigeria PLC then. He is now The Zamfara State Governor. 
Unfortunately he doesn’t pick my calls anymore. He even worked in Collaboration with The UK police to put me under Surveillance, maybe to claim the Money I entrusted to him when I die. 
My husband, all my family members and my Nigerian lawyer knew about my relationship with Dauda
Mrs Diezani, reportedly in the second stage of her cancer, has implored President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to permit her to return to Nigeria to confess to her financial misconduct during her tenure.
Speaking to the press in London after a medical visit, the ex-Petroleum minister, accused of embezzling billions of dollars from Nigeria, expressed her readiness to disclose details of the funds she allegedly misappropriated while in office.
“I am now a born-again Christian and currently grappling with the second stage of cancer, for which my United Kingdom-based physician has advised me to continue medication for the rest of my life,” she disclosed. “Yes, no one is flawless, but sometimes, God Almighty permits such occurrences.
I’ve been accused of financial misconduct during my tenure as the petroleum minister, and it’s true! However, I would like President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Nigerians to forgive me, allow me to return home, and contribute because life is transient,” Diezani tearfully stated.

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