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Tinubu in trouble as EFCC writes CCB requesting for asset declaration documents

By Kalu Idika


Former Lagos State Governor and National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), the ruling party in Nigeria, Senator Ahmed Tinubu is seemingly in grave trouble as the anti graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has written to Code Of Conduct Bureau to make available asset declaration documents of Tinubu.

This new development is coming after Ahmed Bola Tinubu had boosted openly last week that he never stole government money.

According to Peoples Gazette, the EFCC has requested Bola Tinubu’s asset declaration documents from the Code of Conduct Bureau in what appears as a politically-charged inquiry that could see the former Lagos governor and ruling party chieftain arrested and prosecuted before 2023.

The anti graft agency has been under serious fire after it was accused of selected prosecution by Nigerians.

Nigerians from all walks of life had asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to look into corruption allegations leveled against Bola Tinubu who was accused of using his company, Alpha Beta Consult to loot billions of naira from Lagos state coffers.

However, some of the supporters of Bola Tinubu have argued that the new move by EFCC is another means of muzzling the Southwest political Buffalo from contesting in 2023 presidential election.

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