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Bring out your female corrupt Minister for prosecution – Governor tells President Buhari

President Mohammadu Buhari has been asked by Benue State Governor to prosecute the female Minister accused of laundering $37m through a property deal as disclosed by the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Abdulrasheed Bawa.

CRIMECHANNELS gathered that Ortom made the appeal to the President on Thursday, while fielding questions from Journalist in Makurdi, the Benue state capital.

It was learnt that EFCC Chairman, Abudurasheed Bawa had said that a Minister deposited the sum of $20m dollars in cash for a choice property, he however did not divulge the name of the Minister.

Reacting, Samuel stressed that there was nothing like justice, fairness or equity in Nigeria. He said that the President had promised to fight corruption, and for that reason, he should bring the said Minister out and hand her over to security agencies.

In his own words, he said, “Today in Nigeria, there’s no equity, no fairness, no justice. Look at all the things he promised Nigerians that he will do. Is it corruption? Is it electricity, is it security or what?”


“You can imagine, a minister serving currently in the Federal Republic of Nigeria was caught buying a $37million estate. And we are told by the Efcc Chairman himself that this Minister remitted $20million to the bank. And EFCC was able to track this Today in Nigeria, there’s no equity, no fairness, no justice. Look at all the things he promised Nigerians that he will do. Is it corruption? Is it electricity, is it security or what?

“You can imagine, a minister serving currently in the Federal Republic of Nigeria was caught buying a $37million estate. And we are told by the EFCC Chairman himself that this Minister remitted $20million to the bank. And Efcc was able to track this money and got it. What have and got it. What have”.

“If Mr. President is a man of Integrity, he should bring that Minister out and let him face prosecution. But for this issue of selective justice against people. Is it not here that an APC (National) Chairman came and said when you join APC you have become a Saint and your old sins are forgiven and they will draw a line?”

“Today, you see so many corrupt people in the federal executive council. People who were having cases with EFCC and all that, have you heard about them again? This is the point. And that means there’s selective justice. So, they should allow the EFCC to function as enshrined in the law establishing it. They should allow anti-corruption agencies to function, “he said.

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