By Theodore Shoebat
Hillary Clinton receives tons of money from a Nigerian Muslim fundamentalist terrorist oil billionaire, named Kase Lukman Lawal. He is a fanatic Muslim which means he hates Christians, and he is known to have been involved in terrorism. He is a confirmed criminal on account of his operations with a terrorist leader in Africa, named Bosco Ntaganda, who was involved in mass murderers. His billion dollar industry also works in a Al Shabaab dominated area in Kenya, another sign that he is working with terrorists. Moreover, Hillary Clinton did not want Boko Haram — a jihadist group that slaughters Christians — to be classified as a terrorist group because, I believe, she receives money from this Nigerian Muslim billionaire. I did a whole video on this:
There was a study on the terrorist connections done by Mindy Belz and J.C. Derrick. Here is excerpt form the study:
The founder of CAMAC Energy, an oil exploration and energy consortium, Lawal had a long history with Bill Clinton before becoming a “bundler” for Hillary’s 2008 presidential bid, amassing $100,000 in contributions and hosting a fundraiser in his Houston home—a 14-room, 15,264-square-foot mansion. Lawal maxed out donations to Hillary’s 2016 primary campaign, and his wife Eileen donated $50,000—the most allowed—to President Obama’s 2009 inaugural committee.
Lawal describes himself as a devout Muslim who began memorizing the Quran at age 3 while attending an Islamic school. “Religion played a very important role in our lives,” he told a reporter in 2006. “Every time you finish a chapter they kill a chicken, and if you finish the whole thing, a goat.”
In Africa, Lawal has been at the center of multiple criminal proceedings, even operating as a fugitive. Over the last decade, he faced charges in South Africa over an illegal oil scheme along with charges in Nigeria of illegally pumping and exporting 10 million barrels of oil.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lawal arranged a 2011 plot to purchase 4 tons of gold from a rebel warlord, Bosco Ntaganda, linked to massacres and mass rapes. Ntaganda was on a U.S. sanctions list, meaning anyone doing business with him could face up to 20 years in prison. Lawal contacted Clinton’s State Department, and authorities in Congo released his plane and associates in the plot. He never faced charges in the United States, and he remains a commissioner for the Port Authority of Houston.
Lawal’s energy firm holds lucrative offshore oil licenses in Nigeria, as well as exploration and production licenses in Gambia, Ghana, and Kenya, where he operates in a conflict-ridden area largely controlled by Somalia’s al-Shabab militants.