The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has traced N3.12billion to the bank account of a company allegedly owned by a Special Assistant to a former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd).
The sum is suspected to have been diverted from about N36.4billion voted by the Goodluck Jonathan administration for the protection of dams, wells and sources of water in the North-East against being poisoned by Boko Haram.
Investigation by the EFCC shows that only N3.12billion of the N36.4billion was paid to a company allegedly owned by the suspect.
A review of the company’s account suggests that the cash may have been used for “political and personal patronage.
Detectives of EFCC are working on the theory that the N3.12billion was shared by politicians, friends of the government and relations of the former NSA.
Nation, January 21, 2018
RipplesNigeria… without borders, without fears
- JUST IN: Nigeria records 150 new cases of COVID19; recoveries, deaths updated - October 30, 2020
- Military kill 22 Boko Haram fighters in Borno - October 30, 2020
- NLC charges Nigerian govt to end medical tourism - October 29, 2020