Salary Bailout: Group Passes Vote Of No-confidence On EFCC Chairman
The Congress For Better Nigeria in Kogi State has passed a vote of no-confidence on the Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Abdulrasheed Bawa. Information Guide Nigeria
According to DAILY POST, this was disclosed by the convener of the group, Barr. Michael Dare in a statement sent to DAILY POST on Thursday.
DAILY POST reports that the statement lamented that the EFCC on the Kogi issue is playing a political tool.
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The group was displeased that the anti-corruption agency raised the initial alarm of money in an account, went for the alleged proceed, only to later make a u-turn by going to withdraw the case.
According to the statement, the group called on the Central Bank of Nigeria to thoroughly investigate the alleged deposit.
They added that the Central Bank of Nigeria should help find out who opened an account in the name of the state if at all any of such occurred. Jamb Result
Dare said: ”Who opened an account on behalf of the State Government. Who was the signatory to fixing the account on behalf of the State Government? What documents did the person present? This and many questions are begging for answers from the CBN.”
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