How the EFCC discovered billions of Nairori in the homes of Nigerian Governors, Wike, Ganduje, and Zamfara Governor Matawalle.
Officials of the Economic Corruption Eradication Commission (EFCC) have discovered several billions of naira stashed in the houses of some governors in power.
Many sources on Friday revealed the following governors, Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State and Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State, in a special interview with
The Chairman of the EFCC, Abdulrasheed Bawa earlier said that the governors of the three current states are being monitored for their attempts to divert billions of naira by paying workers’ salaries.
This development follows the announcement by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) that it will reform some Naira banknotes.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on October 26 announced that the country’s currency will be reformed to solve many problems that are harmful to the country’s economy.
While the draft documents will be issued on December 15, Nigerians have until January 31, 2023, to hand over the old documents to banks.
However, the way politicians, businessmen, investors and other people make decisions and turn the hidden money into dollars, assets, etc., has led to an upsurge intelligence in the country’s economy.
However, Bawa in his interview with Daily True Hausa said that some governors are planning ways to steal the money they have deposited in houses. He added that so far the agency is closely monitoring three of them.
He said that the secret information received by the agency shows that the three governors have completed the plan to bring in the money in an orderly manner through the payment of workers’ salaries.
“Let me tell you something, the intel I had yesterday and I want you to take this matter seriously. Some of the state governors already have a lot of money in different houses, and others are trying to pay their salaries with them. in their state,” he said
While the EFCC chairman refused to reveal the names of the three governors, several sources in the anti-corruption commission said that the governors include Wike, Ganduje and Matawalle of Zamfara.