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EFCC Agency to investigate the $180.6b Centenary City project

They also have their facts; I know they will do their work as an agency. And we believe it will turn out in public interest.

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EFCC seals Deziani Alison-Madueke's Abuja home (not pictured). play

EFCC seals Deziani Alison-Madueke's Abuja home (not pictured).

(Premium Times)

Reports say the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission(EFCC), has commenced investigation on the expenditure of funds for the Centenary City project.

This was made known to the Guardian Newspapers, by the Nigerian Unemployed Youth Vanguard (NUYV), who wrote a petition about the project, to the anti-graft agency.

Speaking on the matter, the NUYV National Coordinator, Comrade Solomon Adodo said "The EFCC has just told us, in its response to our petition, that they were investigating the matter, they were thoroughly looking into it and that they have gone very far on it."

“They just invited us for more enquiries which will avail them of information backed with documentary evidence to show the fraud embedded in the Centenary City project. They also have their facts; I know they will do their work as an agency. And we believe it will turn out in public interest."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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