"Rod Keller" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:lyq15.103$S4.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Indeed Minton said by now publicly disclosing the contents of the deal he
> was violating the terms of agreement between them and the then Nigerian
> Government and the CBN to keep the transaction secret. But he justified
> this so as to clear his own name, stressing that he was also prepared to
> testify before the Nigerian senate if called upon to do so.
So Minton showed up and was quite honest and open, and revealed all the details to prove everything was on the up-and-up.
> Minton spoke on Sunday evening in DC at a forum organized by the
> Prof.Bolaji Aluko -led Washington DC - based Nigerian Democratic Movement
> (NDM) at the Howard University in Washington where Aluko is Chairman of
> the Chemical Engineering Department. But Mr. John Fashanu who was also
> billed to attend the forum with his investigator, Canada based Robert
> Clarke, to confront Minton on the deal was absent at the forum, which
> clearly took the organizers of the forum and others present aback. The
> forum was designed as a confrontation between Fashanu and those he accused
> of embezzling Nigerian funds through the buy back.
While Fashanu ran like a coward and refused to show up, probably ashamed at what a crock of lies and lunacy he put forward on the advice of lying crime cult PI David Lee/Lebeau the dope fiend.
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 00:12:28 GMT
This is strange economics. What do the "Brentwoods"(correct spelling: Bretton Woods)institutions (they are non-existent) have to do with Minton's deal? I can't figure that out.
But obviously, the "international economists and scholars" can.