Sen Bassey Albert: First EFCC New Headquarters Detention Facility Visitor
May 16, 2018 ~ Abuja
As at the time the Chairman of EFCC, Mr Ibrahim Magu was with Mr President for the official opening of the new EFCC Headquarters Building, the operative of the commission had taken into their custody, the Senator representing Akwa Ibom North East, Sen. Bassey Albert.
Intels has it that Mr Magu told the President that they have launched the EFCC maximum underground cell with the Senator, after he has been interrogated. PMB was excited
Currently, Sen. Bassey Albert is in the new detention facility in the N25 Billion EFCC Headquarters Building.
Interestingly, when NTA scroll bar reported few days ago that the Federal government have written to the UK government, seeking to ban OBA from entering the UK and to forfeit his illegally acquired properties in London, Mr OBA countered the report personally on his Facebook page, saying he is not under any investigation.
Meanwhile, today also, the former Governor of Plateau State, Sen. Jonah Jang who was arrested by the EFCC and prosecuted for fraud have been remanded in prison custody.
Impliedly, President Buhari’s anti-graft war is slowly yielding the required result.
Yesterday, EFCC Boss announced to the world that the agency has recovered N500 Billion in cash and have secured over 4000 convictions.
More heads will roll, a source in the knowledge of the situation confirms
~ Celestine D.
Reporting for TheCalendar
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