Disclose Your Findings On Alleged Funds, Kogi Govt Tells EFCC  

Disclose Your Findings On Alleged Funds, Kogi Govt Tells EFCC

The Kogi State Government has called on the Eco­nomic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to disclose their findings concerning the alleged N2O billion.

According to INDEPENDENT, they have asked the Eco­nomic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to reveal the result of their in­vestigations on the purported N20 billion bailout funds over which a Lagos High Court reportedly froze the state’s account in August. Information Guide Nigeria

INDEPENDENT reports that the government of Kogi state has insisted that the alleged N19,333,333,333.36, which Sterling Bank had undertaken to the EFCC to transfer to the Central Bank of Nigeria does not belong to the government of Kogi State adding that they have not reached any agreement with EFCC, Sterling Bank or the CBN.

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According to a statement signed by the Commissioner for Information and Commu­nication, Kingsley Fanwo, the state government accused the EFCC of hiding inalienable facts. Jamb Result

Kingsley Fanwo said, “It is our belief that the unceremonious withdraw­al of the suit by the EFCC without informing the Court of the facts stated in para­graph 3 above, is a deliberate and face-saving effort by the EFCC which has throughout this episode engaged in very unprofessional and unethical conduct, all in a bid to ‘nail’ at all cost, the Kogi State Gov­ernment and tarnish its im­age”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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