Navin Ramgoolam Explains The Origin Of The Money Found In The Coffers On Facebook

Could this be a coincidence? In a post this morning on the social network Facebook, the Labour party leader explains the origin of the Rs 200 million found in his coffers in February 5, 2015 at his house in Riverwalk.

Navin Ramgoolam advance that this money comes from two sources. The first, he says, is his ‘per diems’ obtained for the assignment and movement he made abroad for 14 years. The rest of the money, according to the post, comes from contributions obtained at each election.

He recalled that some of this money will be used to build the new headquarters of the Labour Party. He added that the project and plans for the building are ready and that if he gets the money, the new headquarters will indeed emerge.

Does this post have a link with the verdict of the court of Bologna in the extradition trial against Nandanee Soornack? The question remains…