The country, we gathered must have been jittery and succumbed to the fact that, Nigerian government might decide to get her own pound of flesh via various South African investments hanging on our soil.
According to the information exclusively gathered by this office, the monies which were smuggled in batches totalling $15m (fifteen million US dollars) have been returned safe and sound to the Aso Rock Lord but it's fate is what no one can authoritatively vouch for.
It would be recalled that, a whopping $9.3m and $5.7m were "crookedly" bandied to South Africa and illegally escorted by 2 Nigerians and an Isreali, the trio whose identities are still unknown.
The scandal has generated so much embarrassment in the diplomatic circle around the world but the Nigerian government seemed unperturbed banking on her alleged hold on the SA government.
No sooner had the SA government turned the offer to release the money down than words started flowing underground with the insinuations that, Nigeria might clamp down on South African investments on her soil if the controversial "loot" are not freed on time.
MTN, Multichoice, Shoprite to mention but a few are some of SA conglomerates that live large, feed fat and coasting home millions of dollars on daily basis to the disadvantage of Nigerian businesses.
The controversial $15m has been delivered safe and sound to the Nigerian soil but would the Jonathan-led government issue a statement for confirmation, time will tell.