Diezani Alison-Madueke's Call Log Screened By EFCC

Emerging reports suggests that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is screening the call logs of her business associates, friends and selected players in the oil and gas sector as part of the investigation.

According to the report by The Nation, there has been “revealing” outcome of the ongoing investigation which has resulted to the screening of six companies by the anti-graft agency.

The names of the companies were withheld.

The Nation also revealed that a source, who spoke in confidence, said: “We are closing in on more business associates, aides of the ex-Minister and stakeholders in the oil and gas sector. The scandal in the sector runs through a syndicate. Some of these people will need to explain one or two things.
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  1. Wow is the investigation ongoing. One would have thought she had been found guilty and ready to be sentenced.. call log does not hide trillions of dollars stolen.
    EFCC is clutching at straws. Everyday we are being regaled on revelations and people singing like a bird. Not one Charge not even a traffic offence. Meanwhile the stock exchange is losing 1.3 trillion since the inception of this administration. more that 10,000 people from banks and oil industry have lost their jobs. Ethiopia and Kenya have replaced us as FDI destination. all that do not matter we are fighting corruption. nobody said you could not govern and fight corruption.
    What we see here is a bunch of people that cannot chew gum and cross the street at the same time. so sad for the nation

  2. The woes that Nigeria is currently going through is not as a result of the new administration that has barely been in power for less than seven months and is just establishing a policy direction.
    We are in the fix that we are in right now because the commodity responsible for 80% of government revenue and which is responsible for the bulk of the transactions financed by banks has fallen drastically to $29.65pB as of today.
    Please do try to do your homework before making comments like the one you made above.



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