Oct 21, 2021

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Insecurity: Former EFCC boss Ribadu refutes claims accusing Buhari, Others Of Sponsoring Bandits

  • Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, the former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, has raised the recent rumors surrounding him and President Buhari
  • The former Presidential candidate reportedly accused Buhari of sponsoring bandit activities in the country
  • However, Ribadu described the news as untrue and was fabricated by those keen to uphold his image damage

Former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu, rejects allegations accusing President Muhammadu Buhari and other top politicians to have bandits sponsoring in the country.

Channels TV reports that Ribadu called the news fake, claiming it was fabricated by people who were out to get him Case.

The However, a former presidential candidate said it is not the first time he has been linked to such fake reports. Meanwhile, his reaction comes days after President Buhari had said that a member of the National Assembly is one of the high-ranking figures who sponsor the leaders of secession groups in the country, as a report by Sahara Reporters shows.

Gbajabiamila reveals why secession will not solve Nigeria’s problem , Obi, Ribadu and others

He made this known when he gave a keynote address on the 112th anniversary celebration of the Kings’ College Old Boys Association (KCOBA).

Former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi, and former Panelist Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), supported Gbajabiamila’s comment.

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Gbajabiamila denies comparing IPOB, Yoruba Nation agitators with Boko Haram, ISWAP

In a related development, Gbajabiamila dismissed some media reports in who were alleged to have said the nation’s IPOB and Yoruba agitators are the same as Boko Haram and the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP). Lanre Lasisi, the spokesman for Gbajabiamila , made the clarification in a statement sent to Legit.ng on Wednesday evening, September 15th.