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Fear grips Jonathan’s camp over EFCC probe

30 March 2016, 15:29

Abuja - The camp of the former President Goodluck Jonathan seems to be in disarray over the ongoing anti-graft war by the Buhari-led administration.

This development comes on the heels of the aggregation with which the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been on the trail of the  members of the immediate past administration for corruption.

It has been revealed that Jonathan’s special assistant on domestic matters, Waripamowei Dudafa has been cooperating with the anti-graft agency by leaking sensitive documents to both officials of the APC led government and the EFCC.

Also read: Jonathan, ex-ministers to meet over EFCC probe

A top member of the last government told a group of journalists on Easter Monday that they wondered why the former aide, who was fingered by the former president’s ADC, Colonel Ojogbane Adegbe as the brain behind the disbursement of the N10 billion for PDP delegates to the presidential nomination has not been invited by the EFCC.

According to him, it was a surprise to them that sensitive documents which Dudafa was in custody of were in the hands of the EFCC. The source cited such documents concerning the $6.9 million 40 feet mobile stages for the presidential campaigns and the memo from a former permanent secretary in the presidential villa for the release of the sum of N3.145 billion to a pro-Jonathan campaign group.

Source: Leadership

- News 24


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