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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Ex-president of Nigeria says former EFCC leader has been hired to attack him

Goodluck Jonathan, Ex-president of Nigeria says former EFCC leader has been hired to attack him.
The former president asked the former head of the EFCC to explain his allegations against him.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan rejected the allegations of the former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Faride Waziri, whom he had dismissed to protect someone he had polled.The former head of the EFCC claimed that the former president had asked for the release of the suspect associated with Jonathan's presidency who was fired for dismissal.By sending the request to the Twitter account (@GEJonathan) on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, the former president dared Waziri to mention the name of person involved.
He added that the omission of the name meant that the former head of the EFCC had been hired to attack him.

He tweeted, "If Farida is not telling lies she should mention the person or company she was investigating and she was stopped, let the EFCC investigate. Crime has no statute bar. If she can't then she was simply hired to attack me."

Waziria's assertionWaziri allegedly said, "I came to Lagos for vital information on the case of subsidies and as soon as I stopped the culprit, I received a call from the presidential villa asking me to release the suspect, because according to them" He is our person "but I refused him let go and a few days later I was dismissed.

"I'm just happy that these things do not happen under my leadership, as the president of the EFCC, because it would be too traumatic for me, so if I see President Jonathan today,i will be kneeling for gratitude and honor having made myself withdrawn as President of the EFCC. "

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