Corruption: Buhari Probes Jonathan’s Adviser On Niger Delta, Kingsley KukuFeatured, Latest News, News Saturday, July 25th, 2015
By Ayo Balogun (African Examiner) – The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has summoned ex-president Goodluck Jonathon’s adviser on Niger-Delta for questioning over allegation of stealing and embezzlement of government funds while in office.
A letter written by the EFCC ordered Kuku and two other persons to appear before the commission next week to answer questions about ongoing investigations against them.
“The Commission is conducting an inquiry into a case of conspiracy, stealing, diversion of public funds and abuse of office involving you.
“In view of the above, you are kindly requested to be interviewed by the undersigned through Chris Owobu on Tuesday 28th July 2015 at No. 5 Block C Fomella Street, off Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja, at 10 am.
“Kindly accept the assurances of the Executive Chairman’s best wishes and highest regards, please.” the EFCC letter reads
African Examiner’s correspondent gathered that Kuku’s probe may center around Jonathan’s controversial amnesty program which was fraught with massive embezzlement and corruption. Mr Kuku was in charge of the amnesty program.
Recall that Buhari’s administration has so moved against Jonathan’s National Security Adviser (NSA), Chief Security Officer (CSO) as well as his former ADC over allegation of frauds and embezzlement while in office.
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