As EFCC intensifies its investigations into the alleged stealing of $2.1 billion arms fund, former Chairman of PDP Adamu Muazu, former Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service Abdullahi Dikko Inde and four others may soon be declared wanted as they have all reportedly declined to honor invitations by the EFCC to answer questions in connection with the fraud.
According to The Nation, the others are former PDP Kebbi State governorship candidate Gen. Bello Sarkin Yaki, a former top official in the Office of National Security Adviser, Col. Bello Fadile, former Special Assistant to eformer President Goodluck Jonathan on Domestic Affairs Waripamowei Dudafa and a former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team, Mr.Abdulrasheed Maina.
Investigations by EFCC have shown that they all have questions to answer as they are alleged to have diverted the arms fund for the prosecution of the campaign for the re-election of Jonathan last year. EFCC sources gave a breakdown of what each of them allegedly collected from Dasuki’s office
- Muazu—(N500million cash allegedly from the Office of the National Security Adviser);
- Yaki(N200million from ONSA);
- Fadile(N100million from ONSA);
- Dudafa( being investigated for N10billion given to the delegates to the PDP’s nomination convention);
- Maina—alleged N20billion pension fraud
- Dikko—N3.5billion incurred on internet project