Abati dares Kenyan minister to prove that President Jonathan travelled to Kenya with seven jets

Presidential spokesman, Reuben Abati has strongly denied that Goodluck Jonathan travelled to Kenya with 7 private jets as allegedly claimed by Kenyan Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohammed.
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According to the Kenyan Minister, President Goodluck Jonathan recently visited Kenya with seven private jets.
Abati took to his twitter page a while ago, stating that she was blatantly lying, and dared her and all Nigerians who are accusing President Jonathan to provide evidence.


  1. Yusufu Abdullahi

    January 3, 2014 at 11:54 am

    Reuben Abati, Amina Mohammed position was that as Mr. President was going to Kenya to celebrate its 50 years anniversary and also facilitate business contact and conduct business discussion between Nigerians businessmen and their counterparts in Kenya, using one big aircraft or two would have been better in order to economize and help the Nigerian economy just as the British Prime Minister or President Bill Clinton used to do to travel together with the businesses in same plane to enable them exchange ideas. Hiring a bigger aircraft as the British do could have saved this embarrassing exchange which you cannot win.

  2. Man to Man

    January 3, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    Mr Abati, please do not go into war of words with this mad woman from Kenya. Mr president should request for her sake from his counterpart in Kenya. How could anybody in their right senses believe that GEJ occupied 7 Presidential jets to Kenya, how many presidential Jets do we have? I don’t blame them when stupid Nigerians will take to the media to insult their president, ngwa here we go the seat of Nigerian Presidency is now up for mocks even by a very stupid woman in slave clothes calling herself minister.

  3. Uloma Oguka

    January 3, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    This one na another APC member from Kenya..

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