A former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi said he did not demand for N7billion from his successor, Governor Willie Obiano.
He said he left about $156million in the bank, N25billion cash and N25billion in local investment for his successor.
He said he never supported any candidate for personal benefits.
He also denied nursing an aspiration to be Vice Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in 2019.
Obi, who made the clarifications in a chat with reporters in Abuja, urged Obiano to join him in church to swear to an oath on the N7billion controversy.
He said: “Let me ask a question, you all are educated and it is on record in this country and documented, I can prove it with every clear documented evidence that when I left office , I left over N25billion in local investment for Anambra state. I left over N25 billion in cash in the bank. I also left $156 million in the bank in Nigeria. Do you think anyone can leave such money and go to beg the person he is handing over to give him N7 billion when I left over 75 billion. Read more