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Shinkafi to EFCC: probe Yari for alleged N900b diversion

Shinkafi to EFCC: probe Yari for alleged N900b diversion

From Gbade Ogunwale, Abuja

The governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) within the 2019 election in Zamfara State, Alhaji Sani Abdullahi Shinkafi, has threatened to sue the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) for not investigating speedy previous Governor Abdulaziz Yari for allegedly diverting N900 billion.

Shinkafi stated he would search the courtroom’s order to compel the fee to probe Yari for committing the alleged crime throughout his eight-year tenure.

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In an announcement on Thursday in Abuja, Shinkafi stated the EFCC had refused to behave on greater than 12 petitions he filed with the fee prior to now 12 months.

He stated the petitions detailed how the ex-governor and people he known as crony corporations and people diverted the cash by means of “shady offers”.

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Shinkafi, in his newest letter, dated July 8, 2020 and addressed to the brand new Appearing EFCC Chairman Mohammed Umar, burdened that regardless of his quite a few petitions to the fee, no motion had been taken in opposition to the previous governor, who he stated, had been performing as if he was above the legislation.

However reacting yesterday, Yari described the allegations as laughable.

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In an announcement by his media aide, Mayowa Oluwabiyi, the ex-governor stated: “We wish to ask: how a lot was the general allocation that accrued to Zamfara State when Yari held sway because the governor of the state? We nonetheless preserve that we’ll not be a part of points with Sani Abdullahi Shinkafi.”

Shinkafi to EFCC: probe Yari for alleged N900b diversion

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