Abuja - The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said
that the involvement of the former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal
Alex Badeh, and 17 others in the alleged diverted $2.1 billion arms deal will be done in
batches, Nation reports.
The list of military officers to be questioned includes two former Chiefs of
Air Staff, Air Marshals M.D. Umar and A.N. Amosu(rtd).
Others to be probed are 22 companies traced to associates and relatives of
some of the suspects.
Also to be probed are: AVM A. M. Mamu (the Chief of Administration); AVM
O.T.Oguntoyinbo (former Director of Production, Defence Headquarters);
AVM R.A. Ojuawo (Air Officer Tactical Air Command, Makurdi; AVM J.B.
Adigun(former Chief of Accounts and Budgeting in NAF); and AVM JA Kayode-Beckley
(Director, Armament Research in Air Force Research and Development Centre); AVM
T Omenyi (MD, NAF Holdings) four top officers at the Defence Headquarters
(DHQ), Air Cdre A.O. Ogunjobi; Air Cdre G.M.D Gwani; Air Cdre S.O. Makinde; Air
Cdre A.Y. Lassa and Col. N. Ashinze , who was the Special Military Assistant to
the ex-National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.).
A former National Chairman of the People’s Democratic
party (PDP), Adamu Mu’azu, has said he has not received any invitation from the
anti-graft agency, contrary to reports.
Read more at Nation
- News 24