Abuja - A former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nuhu Ribadu, has denied receiving any money from the detained former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, Punch reports.
In a statement Tuesday, Ribadu said those trying to discreetly plant a story against him in the media should come forward with documentary evidence to suggest that he collected money from Dasuki or had made some refunds to government.
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The former EFCC boss said that it was shocking for somebody to insinuate that he collected money and return same from a man he never met.
He added that he had not been contacted by any security agency on the allegation to warrant him to refund the money he didn’t even collect.
Dasuki is currently facing prosecution for his alleged involvement in a $2.1billion arms fraud when he was the NSA.
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- News 24