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How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by dre11(m): 2:58pm On Feb 14
The Sokoto State Zonal Head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdullahi Lawal, has said that a petition over non-payment of N3,000 logistic allowance by a corp member led to a recovery of N320 million.

Lawal disclosed this on Friday at the ‘Nigerian Youth Walk against Corruption’ rally organized by the EFCC in collaboration with the National Youth Service Corps, among other partners.

He said that the petition was received after the 2019 election in Zamfara, adding that N65 million cash was recovered during an investigation at the Independent National Electoral Commission in Zamfara State.

According to him, the cash was deposited at the Central Bank of Nigeria while corp members who participated in the electoral duty were paid their allowances of about N300 million.

The EFCC zonal boss described youths as a vital army in the fight against all forms of corruption.

On his part, the NYSC Coordinator in Sokoto State, Philip Enaberue, said that the rally was aimed at facilitating more public awareness and involvement in the fight against corruption, especially among youths who are future leaders.

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https://punchng.com/how-corpers-petition-led-to-recovery-of-n320m-election-fund-efcc/

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by budaatum: 3:01pm On Feb 14
"Future leaders", una don hear?

Be the change you want to see and make a difference to your wallets and bank accounts!

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Stalwert: 3:21pm On Feb 14
While many Athiefkulooted their brains would collect the 3000 and rush to nairaland to insult PMB, they are hopeless congenital cowards.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Flyingngel(m): 4:11pm On Feb 14
I have nothing to say.
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by helinues: 4:15pm On Feb 14
N320 m?

If you people no fit fear God, why not fear devil

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by TheTourist: 4:18pm On Feb 14
Mad oooooooo �
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Onyekachi419(f): 5:18pm On Feb 14
320m naira

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Monaco2(m): 5:19pm On Feb 14
cool
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by IamPatriotic(m): 5:20pm On Feb 14
The news is headless and totally false.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by GOFRONT(m): 5:20pm On Feb 14
See yams....
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by AmazingDesigns: 5:22pm On Feb 14
cheesy

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by DropsMic(m): 5:22pm On Feb 14
Sometimes we blacks can be unnecessarily wicked.. As in wicked wey no make amy sense atall... Atall.

How can someone just wake up one morning and decide to sit on another person's allowance...

Greed eh. Greed na bad thing.. Itnhas really dealt with our entire race.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by IamPatriotic(m): 5:24pm On Feb 14
Stalwert:
While many Athiefkulooted their brains would collect the 3000 and rush to nairaland to insult PMB, they are hopeless congenital cowards.


I'm sure you didn't read before commenting, the headline is not only ambiguous, the entire news is "empty". It's pure uncoordinated lie told to score cheap and needless point

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by varmint: 5:24pm On Feb 14
N65m cash in one of the poorest states in Nigeria.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by NOL2dworld(m): 5:26pm On Feb 14
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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Amaao: 5:27pm On Feb 14
You a BIG SCAMMER to humanity

Why you people continue dwell in flirty business?

God bless nigeria and Federal republic of Nigeria

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Sokosuji: 5:27pm On Feb 14
IamPatriotic:



I'm sure you didn't read before commenting, the headline is not only ambiguous, the entire news is "empty". It's pure uncoordinated lie told to score cheap and needless point
lol.. Zombie dey read?

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Zombiekiller010: 5:29pm On Feb 14
Ninu Aye
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by kaludestiny10(m): 5:31pm On Feb 14
During my service days in 2015 in Edo state, some of my colleagues were not paid after participating in the 2015 elections. So its not a new thing.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Day169: 5:31pm On Feb 14
..see what someone, or a few people's greed has led to.
I guess there could have been enough to go round all those who worked from top to bottom but the instinctive and animalistic greed of a few has resulted in the expose!

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by solsticey2k3(m): 5:33pm On Feb 14
Give that guy a reward undecided
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by frog12: 5:35pm On Feb 14
how many corpers receive 300 million allowance? they must be rich !!
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by Elkiko(m): 5:36pm On Feb 14
I actually this is true.. I serve in sokoto during the election. We protected but nothing happened at the time.

After like two months after my service year, I saw the 3k alert.

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Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by DuBLINGreenb(m): 5:42pm On Feb 14
Good one but you people are still kwarupt
Re: How Corper’s Petition Led To Recovery Of N320m Election Fund – EFCC by NigeriaBam: 5:43pm On Feb 14
Flyingngel:
I have nothing to say.
But you have something to write.

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