Former President Goodluck Jonathan says even out of power, his ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.

Jonathan who took to his Facebook page to respond to fresh allegations of corruption brought against him by the Presidency expressed shock that while he is away promoting democracy in Sierra Leone, a campaign will be unleashed against him "to falsely impugn" his name using both faceless and identified persons.

"When I was in power I said my ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.

"Even out of power, I continue to hold that belief.

"What I will say however, is that no matter how far and fast falsehood has traveled, it must eventually be overtaken by truth," the ex President said.

The Presidency on Sunday reportedly said there was evidence that the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN got specific instructions to move billions of naira from the bank directly to the residence of the former president, Goodluck Jonathan.