Did Goodluck Jonathan pay $1 million from anti-poverty fund to bring Beyonce and Jay-Z to Nigeria?

From Africa is a Country Fri Feb 22 2013, 09:00:39

Whatever Jay-Z and Beyonce were expecting when they went to Nigeria in 2006, they can't have seen this one coming. If the document New York-based muckrakers Sahara Reporters have published is authentic, then they have just scooped one of the news stories of the decade. No doubt about it. It is alleged that in 2006 [...]

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