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Arms deal: David Mark denies receiving N10b from Dasuki

Written By Idoma Television on Saturday, December 5, 2015 | 10:29:00 AM


The campaign team of former Senate President, David Mark has frowned at the reports making the rounds on the social media, linking its principal with the controversial $2.4bn arms contract from the office of the former National Security Adviser, (NSA) Col. Sambo Dasuki rtd.

Reports emerged on Saturday, claiming that Mark got the sum of 10.7 billion naira from the deal.
A statement signed by James Oche, coordinator of the organisation insisted that Mark was never involved in the shady deal.

Oche warned those behind the story to desist from feeding the public with lies.
The statement reads: “We condemn in no unmistakable terms this unwarranted and unprovoked attack on Sen. Mark for no just cause. We can finger where these falsehood and attacks are emerging from.

“But we are not worried. They have done their worst using the instrumentality of the appeal tribunal and we are ready for the rerun they proposed . We state without any iota of doubt that any day, any time , our leader, Senator Mark remain the rallying point for the Idoma nation, they will vote for him any day.

“We are not deterred by this unabating and truly mischievous and unwarranted assaults on our leader. It only strengthens our resolve that our leader is the Icon and Iroko that shields the Idoma nation. We cannot be cowed by the barrage of conspiracy.
“We shall match on to victory with our leader. We challenge the promoters of this conspiracy to come up with evidence of their allegations.”
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