EFCC hammers a 21-count charge as a detriment to 5 restorative specialists for affirmed misrepresentation – The counter join organization claims that the blamed people carried out the offense while acting in their abilities as officers of Edo NMA in the vicinity of 2013 and 2014
The Senate cautions that it would consequently not take care of designations from the administration if Ibrahim Magu isn’t sacked The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has summoned five therapeutic specialists under the watchful eye of a Benin high court for professedly taking the aggregate of N21 million and intrigue to carry out fake false bookkeeping. Among those summoned was a previous administrator of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Edo state, Emmanuel Ighodaro. Others were Anthony Owolabi, Quincy Atoghengbe, Raymond Ogieva and Oseremen Gabriel Ogbebor, The Independent reports.
The counter join organization on Wednesday, January 31, hammered a 21-count charge as a detriment to the respondents, expressing that the denounced people conferred the offense while acting in their abilities as officers of Edo NMA in the vicinity of 2013 and 2014. It stated: “The litigants, purposely and privies to overlooking the UBA Account No. 1010717142, a material specific in a record kept up and worked by the NMA in its review report for the bookkeeping year first August, 2013-31st July, 2014.”
In the interim, the Senate has encouraged President Muhammadu Buhari to instantly end the arrangement of Ibrahim Magu who presently fills in as the acting administrator of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The upper chamber cautioned that it would consequently not take care of designations from the administration if Magu isn’t sacked. The Senate representative, Sabi Abdullahi, addressing writers on Thursday, February 1, kept up that the Senate won’t change its position on the acting EFCC executive.