Ex-Chief of Defense Staff Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh yesterday experienced crisp flame broiling in confinement with a previous Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokemi.
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It was learnt that Air Chief Marshal Badeh was moved from Abuja to Lagos to join Akpobolokemi in reacting to addresses from EFCC agents and to experience archives with the counter unite organization.
It was learnt that Air Chief Marshal Badeh may confront another trial in Lagos with the ex-NIMASA boss.
A profoundly put source said: “Examination has so far uncovered that NIMASA assets were made accessible to the Office of the CDS and the Air Force for some flying reconnaissance.
“The said assets were dispensed under the affection of fortifying oceanic security in the beach front territories.
“We have questioned the two previous open officers in our confinement office in Lagos. What we have done is to bring the two ex-open officers together for a vis-à-vis illumination of assertions against them.
“We don’t need separation to serve as an obstruction to our continuous examination. Surely, they have stood up to one another.
“We are doing our best now to track how the assets were dispensed and the recipients. We will recoup each kobo of the billions given to the Armed Forces by NIMASA.”
Reacting to an inquiry, the source included: “I think Badeh might confront another trial with the ex-DG of NIMASA.”
Akpobolokemi had been under cross examination for assertions of misrepresentation of about N12, 905, 485.000 implied for an oceanic college.
Out of the whole, N11,737,854,485.00 was supposedly paid into an organization suspected to be claimed by Chief Government Oweize Ekpemopolo (a.k.a Tompolo).
After the said cash was paid, examination further demonstrated that N6, 000,000,000 was further moved into another record fitting in with one of the partners of the arraigned DG.
Additionally, N816million supposedly acquired through a presidential endorsement for the Voluntary International Maritime Organization Members State Audit( VIMSAS) usage in Nigeria, was professedly redirected to individual use.