The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said it can’t probe Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, who is blamed for accepting a large number of dollars in pay off in light of the fact that he appreciates protected resistance from criminal procedures.
“The senator is as yet serving and intrinsically is secured by resistance. Being that as it might, the issue is in the example sub judice,” the EFCC posted from its Twitter handle Thursday, amid a tweet meet sorted out by Tap Nitiative for Citizens Development, an open responsibility think-tank.
At the point when Tap Nitiative requested further clarification on the grounds that the EFCC moved against Ayo Fayose while he was the Governor of Ekiti State, the counter unite organization said it doesn’t ordinarily “give out data on examinations.”
“Examination of anybody for a supposed extortion remains a secretive procedure,” the EFCC included.
Ganduje has been the subject of a few recordings, which seemed to demonstrate him participating in contract racketeering.
No less than six of such recordings have been distributed since the principal cut was discharged on October 11.
The representative could be seen accepting wads of US dollars from people accepted to be open works contractual workers.
Ganduje has expelled the recordings as “cloned” and documented a claim against the distributer of the Daily Nigerian online daily paper, Jaafar.