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EFCC, what is happening to Kingsley Kuku’s case?

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Kingsley Kuku [above] posted a picture of being on a sick bed with a fractured ankle when in actual fact it was the knee that was bandaged in the picture.

Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan lost in thoughts

Following the electoral defeat of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan at the 2015 general elections, his special adviser on Niger Delta affairs and coordinator of the amnesty programme, Kingsley Kuku, fled to the US.

He there posted a picture of being on a sick bed with a fractured ankle in the words of his legal team, when in actual fact, it was the knee that was bandaged in the picture just because he was required to come and render account of stewardship.

Ever since then, Kingsley Kuku has been left free by the EFCC which has emboldened him to set his sight and even set up a campaign machinery for the upcoming Ondo state gubernatorial elections from exile. What an insult?

My worry and concern now is that, does feigning injury or illness like has become the lot of every alleged corrupt element of the old order of lawlessness and impunity, become a licence of immunity from rendering account of stewardship?

Mr. Kingsley Kuku, for all we know, was a big player and mouth piece of the Jonathan administration.

Also, one recollects with shame and pain, how this same Kingsley Kuku who is on the run from the law now, was all over the place campaigning vigorously and even threatening national peace before the 2015 elections.

He was asserting that there would be war if Goodluck Jonathan is not allowed to have a second term in office either by hook or crook.

EFCC, please what is happening to the account of stewardship of how Kingsley Kuku ran the amnesty programme which was more of job for the boys?

One is of the view that the EFCC would do better by concluding investigations and obtaining a repatriation warrant against Mr. Kingsley Kuku to come and render account of his stewardship of how he ran the amnesty office like his brother ran the agency called NIMASA, as quickly as possible.

Again, we ask, EFCC, what is happening to Kingsley Kuku’s case?

Nelson Ekujumi

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