Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public

Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public. The letter written by the State Minister for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu leaked to the Public. The Senate are currently delibrating of the leaked letter. But who is responsible for this leaked letter. and is legal for National assembly to delibrate on letter that does not formerly addressed to them.

The letter that is addressed to only President Buhari to read and make decision now becomes available to the general public and Senate are quick to investigate the content of the letter. Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public on Internet people design different software to protect the secrecy of information by the Internet thief and hackers. Who is/are the hackers in the Aso Rock or in Buhari kichen cabinet.

This is not the onlt time letter to Buhari is being leaked to the public. Does that mean the president is skilled in protecting the secrecy of information of his care. While a lot of people jump at the content of the letter i am more concerned about who actually leaked the letter to the public. Hacker is a serious crime anywhere in the world and leaking a letter written to the president to the public is regarded as a hacker. If information can be leaked out from the Aso rock that post a greater danger to our government.

Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public

Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public
Who leaked Kachikwu letter to Buhari to the public

The National Assembly need to first investigate the hackers in the Aso Rock or in Buhari cabinet before jumping to investigate the content of a leaked letter.

Let’s read little from the content of Kachikwu letter to Buhari as published by THISDAY. The minister accused the NNPC boss of labelling him as “corrupt”, “anti-north,” and also being “in collusion with militants”, in order to convince the president on the need to sideline him in the decision-making process in the state-run oil firm.
Kachikwu alleged that Baru awarded about $24 billion major contracts without his input or review by the NNPC board.

The minister added that he wrote the letter to the president after concerted efforts to have a one-on-one appointment with him at the State House fell through since his return from the UK for medical reasons.
Kachikwu’s letter came to light on the social media and blogs just as the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos Tuesday delivered judgment in favour of the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Company Limited in a case between the company and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) over the applicability of NIMASA levies.
In the letter dated August 30, 2017, Kachikwu alleged that he read about the recent massive changes at NNPC on the pages of the newspapers, as Baru never discussed the changes with him and members of the board of the corporation.

The full content is analysed in THISDAY newspaper.

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