Ex-NNPC GMD Andrew Yakubu had four safes and not one as reported-Whistle blower

 Ex-NNPC GMD Andrew Yakubu
 Ex-NNPC GMD Andrew Yakubu

The whistle-blower who informed the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC about the outside money covered up in a safe by former GMD of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Andrew Yakubu, guarantees there were four safes and not one as detailed by EFCC.

The anti graft agency  office on February 3, struck Andrew’s home in a Kaduna ghetto, Sabon Tasha where they found a safe with an amazing total of $9,777,000 and another aggregate of £74,000.

Believable security sources disclosed to DAILY NIGERIAN that the whistle-blower (name withheld) revealed to EFCC specialists the safes in the house were four in number, and that the staying three money boxes were taken to obscure goal a couple days to the EFCC assault.

Asked whether he had any insight as to where whatever is left of the safes were shrouded, the whistle-blower said he didn’t have an inkling.

He was additionally cited as saying that had EFCC not swung enthusiastically on February 3, chances were that the staying one would likewise be emptied.

As per the sources, Mr Yakubu had associated that agents with the commission had mounted reconnaissance on the house and requested the clearing of the safes.


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