EFCC To Nwobodo, Odili, Falae: Refund Cash Or Face Trial

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All politicians who shared in the allegedly diverted
$2.1billion arms cash must return what they got or face trial, the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said.
A former Military Administrator of Kaduna State, Gen. Lawal
Jafaru Isa, has already refunded 60 per cent of the money he allegedly
collected from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), according to
reports.
It was also gathered yesterday that the Peoples Democratic
Party (PDP) National Publicity Secretary Chief Olisa Metuh had admitted the
transfer of N400million into a company in which he has substantial interest,
reports also say.

According to a report, EFCC has decided on refund of cash
after retrieving some of the memoranda which the embattled former National
Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.), wrote to President Goodluck
Jonathan to request for funds. A top EFCC source said none of the memos seen so
far indicated that the funds would be used for political purposes, party
funding and the 2015 general election.
Based on the vetting of the memos and disbursement of money
to PDP chieftains and other highly-placed Nigerians, the EFCC has drawn the
battle line of either “you make a refund or face trial”.
Some of the beneficiaries of the cash include former
governors Peter Odili (N100m);  Rashidi
Ladoja(N100m), Attahiru Bafarawa(N100m), Mahmud Aliyu Shinkafi (N100m), and Jim
Nwobodo(N500m).
Others are: Chief Tony Anenih(N260m); ex-PDP National
Chairman Ahmadu Ali(N100m); Chief Bode George (N100m/ $30,000), Yerima
Abdullahi (N100m); Chief Olu Falae (N100m); Tanko Yakassai (N63m); Gen. Bello
Sarkin Yaki(N200m); Raymond Dokpesi, Iyorchia Ayu’s company(N345m); BAM
Properties(N300m); Dalhatu Investment Limited(N1.5b); ex-PDP National Chairman
Mohammed Bello Haliru, Abba Mohammed, Sagir Attahiru, serving and former
members of the House of Representatives(over N600 million); former Chairman of
the House of Representatives on Security and Intelligence, Bello
Matawalle(N300m); ACACIA Holdings(N600m); Bashir Yuguda (N1,950,000) and many
companies.
Based on the vetting, the EFCC is insisting that all those
implicated so far must refund the “illegal disbursement” of cash to them or
face trial.

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