EFCC Chairman: No Evidence To Show That The Former Service Chiefs Stole $1bn Budgeted To Buy World Class Weapons To Fight Boko Haram

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, under the leadership of its news Chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa, has said that there is no evidence before the anti-graft Agency, that shows that the former Service Chiefs mismanaged the funds meant for the purchase of ammunition from foreign nations, to fight Boko Haram, Page 36 learnt.

The Spokesman for the Commission, Wilson Uwujaren, made this known in a brief chat with Journalists, on Saturday.

According to him, there are no facts before the EFCC, to show that the former Service Chiefs mismanaged the said money meant to buy ammunition as noted by the National Security Adviser.

The EFCC Spokesman said: “We do not do projection. I say we deal with facts, not possibilities.”


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