The eye of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee, EFCC has reacted to information making rounds that it’s part of a plot to investicate Nigerian senate President, Bukola Saraki.
An announcement by the anti graft company distancing itself from the allegation reads;
‘Our consideration has been drawn to a extensively syndicated article by Senator Babafemi Ojudu, particular adviser to the President on Political Issues entitled, “Fifth Columnists in Our Latest Historical past”, whereby he portrayed the Fee as a conscript within the devious plots by Senator Bukola Saraki to undermine the management of President Muhammadu Buhari.
In response to Ojudu, “From the shenanigans on the Benue Home of Meeting, to the siege on Nationwide Meeting, the assault on judges residence within the evening, the so referred to as barricade of the Senate President’s home, the laughable kidnap of Boy Dino and “his eleven hours on a tree’, the freezing of Benue and Akwa Ibom accounts all are scripted, produced and acted by Oloye Productions”.
The Fee takes exception on the try and impute false motive to its investigative actions. The current placement of a ‘Publish No Debit Order’ on some accounts in Benue and Akwa Ibom States have been the fruits of many months of painstaking investigation actions. To cut back such actions to the extent of a stunt in an actual or imaginary script by any politician is outrageous.
It is very important state that the EFCC is NOT a celebration to the so referred to as script by Saraki. Members of the general public ought to disregard the innuendo in Ojudu’s article as it’s unfounded. The Fee requires circumspection on the part of political leaders, whereas urging them to hunt clarification earlier than making feedback on issues they do not find out about.