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EFCC ‘APC’s anti-corruption fight is comedy,’ says PDP

The PDP has described the anti-corruption fight of the APC as comedy.

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EFCC recovers cash from Ikoyi home play

EFCC recovers cash from Ikoyi home

(Punch Newspaper)

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described the anti-corruption fight of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as comedy.

In a series of tweet on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, the PDP described as 'unfortunate and embarrassing' the last four seizures by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) without identified owners.

“The Anti-corruption fight under the APC government has become comedy,” the PDP said.

“The EFCC now discovers funds in apartments and offices that have no owners

“It is preposterous to imagine that the last four seizures coincidentally have no known owners. This is most unfortunate and embarrassing

“Who are the owners of N49m at Kaduna Airport, N448m at LEGICO Mall, N250m in Balogun Market and $43.4m, N23.2m & £27,000 in Osborne Road?

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“The anti-graft agency must therefore tell Nigerians who owns all the funds allegedly discovered in Kaduna airport and Lagos state.

“The APC led EFCC has refused to disclose the true identity(s) of owners of Flat 7A & 7B in Osborne road, where the money was discovered," the opposition party said.




Similarly, the Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike has accused the federal government of covering corruption.

Wike made the comment in relation to the money which was found in an apartment in Ikoyi by the EFCC.

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