Wikileaks: Clinton Foundation Worried Nigeria Aid Could Slow Haiti Fundraising

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Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan (L) and former US President Bill Clinton arrive on February 21, 2013 to attend the inauguration ceremony for the first phase of the Eko Atlantic real estate project, in Lagos, Nigeria. Eko Atlantic or Eko Atlantic City is a planned district of Lagos, Nigeria, being constructed on land reclaimed from the Atlantic Ocean. It will house some 250,000 people and be a workplace for another 150,000.   AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI        (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)
In a 2012 email chain published online by the organization Wikileaks, senior members of the Clinton Foundation rejected the idea of allowing Bill Clinton to become a member of group promoting agricultural development in Nigeria, with one director arguing that any aid to Nigeria would detract from fundraising for Haiti.