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“It is my pleasure to introduce to you, Juliet Iningo,” said Roland Obridu, the president of the federal republic of Amaland. The president was in Agudugba for an international conference on money laundering and financial crimes. The conference had drawn important dignitaries from across the globe, with notable reporters from CNN, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, The BBC, MSNBC, Forbes, The Economist and several other reputable media organizations. It was the president’s brain child as he sought to demonstrate to the world, his deep-felt desire to fight corruption to a halt in Amaland. “Juliet Iningo is the commissioner for Finance in the state of Agudugba,” Roland continued. “Since assuming office in the largest state in our nation, economically speaking, she has introduced a range of programs that encourage transparency in the handling of government resources as well as plug several loopholes that allow corrupt government officials to steal from government coffers. The federal government is currently working with Juliet Iningo with a view to introducing some of these programs at the national level. We are confident that the federal ministry of finance will benefit immensely from these programs, and most of all, from Juliet’s extensive experience in the Finance sector. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our guest speaker for the day, Juliet Iningo!”