BREAKING: Ganduje Dollar Saga: Interpol Asked To Put Ex-Gov On Watchlists

Following the allegation that the former Governor of Kano State, Umar Abdullahi Ganduje was planning to flee Nigeria in order to dogged investigation into his alleged dollar video clip stocking, an Anti Corruption body has urged Interpol, Nigeria Immigration and the DSS to put him on its watchlists.

The group, Movement Against Corruption in Nigeria (MACIN) while addressing a Press Conference in Kano on Sunday said Ganduje was planning to run away to avoid interrogation of the Kano Anti Corruption Commission.>>>Continue Reading

Speaking the Convener and Co-Convener of the group, Kabiru Dakata and Ambassador Micheal Nweriso, want the relevant Security Agencies and the Interpol to do the needful before Ganduje runaway avoiding investigation.

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The group in the same vein, plead with President Bola Tinubu to distance himself from Ganduje so that his Government would not be perceived by the International Community as one hovering corruption and Corrupt Person’s.

“We called on President Bola Tinubu to not allow anybody with Corruption allegations to use the hard-earned image of his brand new Administration as a hiding place to sabotage investigation and prosecution”.

They continue, “Mr President should distance his Cabinet from People like Ganduje so that the International Community will not tag Nigeria as Fantastically Corrupt”.

The group exposed that Ganduje is now using Court as a delay tactic for inviting, arresting or investigating his alleged Dollar Video Clip to actualize this he already obtained a Court Order stopping the Kano Anti Corruption Commission, DSS and Police from arresting or investigating him.

Kabiru Dakata reminded that the Commission has already reopened the Investigation and tendered a report from Forensic Experts confirming the authenticity of the Video Clips.>>>Continue Reading

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