N400m fraud: Presidency speaks on Olisa Metuh’s appearance in court on stretcher



The Presidency has mocked Olisa Metuh, former National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for arriving an Abuja Federal High Court on a stretcher.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Personal Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, described Metuh’s appearance in court as a scene from Nollywood movies.

The presidential aide also mocked the former ruling party for claiming it is strong, hale and hearty during its convention.

Onochie made the remarks while sharing photographs of Metuh’s arrival in court in an ambulance and been carried to the court room on a stretcher.

In a tweet via her social media, Onochie wrote: “NOLLYWOOD drama Starring Olisa Metuh. Act 2 scene 1.

“PDP CONVENTION: Strong, hale & hearty and even throwing punches!

“FRAUD TRIAL IN COURT: Weak, tired & bandaged to the neck on a stretcher & ambulance to complement the nollywood drama.”

Metuh, who is facing charges for allegedly collecting the sum of N400m from the Office of the National Security Adviser, ONSA, in 2015 appeared before the Justice Okon Abang-led Court on Monday on a stretcher 





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