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Abdulsalami: EFCC by no means searched my home

Abdulsalami: EFCC by no means searched my home

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Former head of State Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar on Thursday denied that the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) searched his home in Minna, Niger State.

A press release by his Navy Assistant Captain J. Mfon (rtd), mentioned: “The eye of His Excellency, Gen. A A A Abubakar has been drawn to stories that the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) searched his home in Minna, Niger State, on the orders of its Performing Chairman, CP Ibrahim Magu, and he feels the necessity to put the report straight: his home has by no means been searched by both EFCC or any safety company.

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“Nevertheless, someday in 2017 operatives of the Fee from Kano zone got here to Minna to go looking a home in Tunga. The crew ended up at His Excellency’s Visitor Home in Minna and instructed the safety officers on responsibility that that they had directions from their zonal head to go looking the property.

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“The officers mentioned for the reason that numbering of homes in Tunga was haphazard, it should be a case of mistaken id. When CP Magu was contacted, he mentioned he was not conscious of the operation. Thereafter, the EFCC crew from Kano left. His Excellency’s understanding is that they realised they got here to the flawed tackle. Nevertheless, no search was carried out within the visitor home.

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“His Excellency as a rule doesn’t touch upon media publications directed at or regarding him. He has taken this step in view of the reactions these stories are producing. His Excellency felt the necessity to present this necessary clarification because of the ongoing media frenzy insinuating His Excellency’s function in Magu’s difficulty.”

Abdulsalami: EFCC by no means searched my home

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