Arms Deal: EFCC Set To Question Goodluck Jonathan

Arms Deal: EFCC Set To Question Goodluck Jonathan

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The former president Goodluck Jonathan is set to undergo questioning from operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over the notorious arms deal scandal.

 Reports suggest that the anti-graft agency may secretly write to the ex-president whose name it claims has consistently come up in the investigation into the scandal.

The former national security adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.), was reported to have said he disbursed funds from his office based on the instructions of the former president.

An EFCC source said the agency has no plans to invite the former president but “we may write him to tell us his own side of the story because his name has been coming up in our investigations?” The Punch reports.

The agency claims it needs the clearance of the president to write to Jonathan.

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