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EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by todayng: 1:02pm On Dec 14, 2015
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has begun a fresh investigation into what it described as a “curious” transfer of N6.7bn from the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation to the Office of the National Security Adviser and two other agencies after the 2015 presidential election, The PUNCH is reporting.
A source in the EFCC said the commission had started investigation into reasons for the payments, which the office of the SGF said were for security services.

The letter, which authorised the payments, was dated March 30, 2015, two days after the presidential election was held on March 28.
According to the document from the Office of the SGF, Special Services Office, other beneficiaries of the curious fund transfer were the Director-General of the Department of State Services, Mr. Ekpeyong Ita; and an agency simply referred to as MEA Research Library.

The letter, which was addressed to the Branch Controller, the Central Bank of Nigeria, Abuja Branch, read in part, “Please, credit the account(s) of the under-listed beneficiaries and debit our account number above with the sum of N6,076,834,131.00 (Six billion, seventy six million, eight hundred and thirty four thousand, one hundred and thirty-one naira only).”

It stated that N3.1bn should be transferred to the account of the DSS; MEA Research Library, N2.6bn, and the ONSA, N216.8m.
It was gathered that the EFCC would invite a few former public officers, including the former DSS boss, under whose tenure the payments were made.

The EFCC source stated, “Nobody has been indicted yet, but we are going to invite those involved for clarifications. I am talking about those who have not been indicted. The fact that the payments were made after the presidential poll made them curious.”
Fresh facts have also emerged on some transactions in the office of the former NSA, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.).

A staff Officer, Accountant 1 in the ONSA, Yazidu Ibrahim, in his statement of witness made to the EFCC, stated that under the former NSA, contracts were awarded without the input or approval of the tenders board and procurement unit.

He added that in the last five years, companies that were awarded contracts, did not pay withholding tax, saying the authority to award contracts resided in Dasuki.

The officer alleged that payments for contracts were, on several occasions, paid without accompanying documents.
Ibrahim stated, “To the best of my knowledge, there is no tenders board and procurement unit in the NSA 0ffice. The awarding authority for all contractors remained the NSA. All payments to contracts are based on directive from the DFA (Director of Finance and Administration). Sometimes, there were no accompanying documents. Most times, there are nothing except account details of contractors.”
“Many of the payments were related to the 2015 presidential election and not for national security. Many people in the ruling Peoples Democratic Party got huge sums of money like Attahiru Bafarawa, Chief Raymond Dokpesi and Chief Tony Anenih.”

In a related development, the Office of the National Security Adviser has called on all companies, who had contracts with or rendered services to the ONSA to appear before the Contract Verification Committee sitting in its premises between December 15 and December 23.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Principal General Staff Officer, ONSA on Sunday.

The ONSA asked the contractors to appear through accredited representatives of at least the status of a director.
It asked the contractors to come with the following documents, “Certificate of Incorporation, Particulars of Directors, Tax clearance certificate from 2011 till date, letter of award of contract, invoice for supplies or services, evidence of payments so far or outstanding balance, personal income tax clearance certificates of directors and any other documents considered relevant to the contract.”

https://www.today.ng/news/national/51626/efcc-investigates-n6-7bn-transfer-to-sambo-dasuki-ita-ekpeyong-after-poll

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 1:03pm On Dec 14, 2015
Last Days investigations season 1002

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by OZAOEKPE(m): 1:06pm On Dec 14, 2015
WE ARE WAITING FOR THE OUTCOME, THANK GOD SANUSI IS INVOLVED, LETS WATCH HOW THEY BURY THE CASE grin

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 1:08pm On Dec 14, 2015
Nigeria is rich. Imagine all the money floating around and the country remained afloat.

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Elisean(m): 1:16pm On Dec 14, 2015
Dasuki really said this,a lot of secrets would be opened up..

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 1:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
What about Babangida?

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Pavore9: 1:22pm On Dec 14, 2015
More characters are popping up in this season film!

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 1:30pm On Dec 14, 2015
lalasticlala ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh shocked

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Opinedecandid(m): 1:33pm On Dec 14, 2015
Hmm.
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by otokx(m): 1:48pm On Dec 14, 2015
Monies that could have built the 2nd Niger Bridge, completed the East West road and still have change left.

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Joejonah(m): 2:11pm On Dec 14, 2015
Stupid EFCC... They will spend all our remaining funds in investigating rubbish. Which Nigerian politicians have been jailed by this senseless body?

We are seeing. ..

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 2:12pm On Dec 14, 2015
The web keeps getting bigger.

Bode George is just Jail bound.

Okonjo Iweala, God is watching you.

How can Dasuki sleep well at night with the blood of Book Haram victims on his head?

Yuguda and Bafarwa, I just tire

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 2:13pm On Dec 14, 2015
There's money in Nigerian politics.

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by sammyj: 2:13pm On Dec 14, 2015
All this names popping up are meant to be kept in a dungeon because they don't sound normal to me. Imagine having to divert funds meant for the procurement of weapons for the army to stop the BH and the killings in the Northeast part for the country. I suspect some of them will be involved in the BH rampage the let loosed during the tale end of the last corrupt administration!!! angry shocked shocked shocked

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 2:13pm On Dec 14, 2015
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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by vedaxcool(m): 2:14pm On Dec 14, 2015
Oga Jonathan the world's worst president of the decade.

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Timoleon(m): 2:14pm On Dec 14, 2015
happy investigation!!!
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Bantino: 2:15pm On Dec 14, 2015
This money no de finish?
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by cold(m): 2:15pm On Dec 14, 2015
Oh well
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by dridowu: 2:15pm On Dec 14, 2015
FEEDEEFEE.........................................................................Share The Money
I am so sure some nairalanders will benefit from it
No wonder Late Azazi said Boko haram is a creation of PDP

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 2:15pm On Dec 14, 2015
kITATITA:
There's money in Nigerian politics.
Is Dokpesi a politician? Yet he is associated with the loot

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by bamite(m): 2:16pm On Dec 14, 2015
Chai.. That's all i have to say. God help us all
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Vicadonis(m): 2:16pm On Dec 14, 2015
Dasuki must be an arsenal fan- goner

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by jegusj(m): 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
PDP ATM. clearing and forwarding adviser

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by tola9ja: 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
click like if you believe dasuki will be in prison by this time of next year

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by sexaddict08(m): 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
Dasuki you're on your own.


the girls I asked out last week, all answered yes.
but I was just catching my fun.
anyway, na them sabi.
one don tell me about hair for xmas, another one start with recharge card. the last one say make I come see her today.
no be una fault ooooo, na me wey dey find toto

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Fearcom(m): 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
Wow!


Only time will reveal the quantity of worms that will crawl out of this can!

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by tola9ja: 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
Joejonah:
Stupid EFCC... They will spend all our remaining funds in investigating rubbish. Which Nigerian politicians have been jailed by this senseless body?

We are seeing. ..

TRUE TALK
Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by obailala(m): 2:17pm On Dec 14, 2015
With all these revelations, I think it may be safe to just say the entire PDP topshots got a bit of this juice. Unfortunately, I doubt all the people involved can be brought to book due to the their sheer number and status. It is now clear why Dasuki has been naming names, he simply does not want to go down alone and he knows the more they are (indicted suspects), the less likely it will be for them to be sent to prison. Steps should just be taken to force all these men to vomit all these funds. Their properties should be confiscated as well.

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by Nobody: 2:18pm On Dec 14, 2015
Bantino:
This money no de finish?
Nigeria is currently in debt to World Bank, so Nigeria is one of the poor Nation parading herself as rich


Stoopid Glorified Gathering called....

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Re: EFCC Investigates N6.7bn Transfer To Sambo Dasuki, Ita Ekpeyong After Poll by honeywealth75(m): 2:18pm On Dec 14, 2015
Wetin person no go hear 4 dis our obodo country Nigeria? I still dey wait wen efcc go investigate sanusi lamido

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