If I Confess Everything I Know, Nigeria Will Explode – ADC To Jonathan - Leystradamus.Com.Ng

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If I Confess Everything I Know, Nigeria Will Explode – ADC To Jonathan

Abeg this man should leave story, what will he say that Nigerians don't know already? Oya talk!
Former aide-de-camp to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Col. Ojogbane Adegbe has said something more than the DasukiGate may be imminent if he's made to reveal what transpired in the government.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) picked up Col. Adegbe on Wednesday in Lagos where he was interrogated before he was later flown to Abuja.

It was gathered that ongoing interrogation of the former ADC by operatives of the EFCC could open up a new can of worms, which “could surpass what is now called Dasukigate.”

In December 2015, SSS arrested Jonathan’s National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki and turned him over to the EFCC over his role in the $2.1billion arms purchase scandal.

The money, meant to purchase arms for the military fighting insurgency in the North-East, was allegedly diverted by the office of the NSA as 2015 campaign funds for PDP, the then ruling party.

EFCC sources said the former ADC may soon give details of all he knows with regards to financial transactions and the "dramatic personae" involved in the last administration.

Findings, including recovered documents, were said to have hinted of large-scale questionable expenditure with funds sourced from and outside the arms purchase deals.

Another source said “most of the funds were reportedly diverted soon after the election was postponed from the originally scheduled date of February 14, 2015 to March 28, 2015…”

Among the active participants in the alleged sleaze, was a top official of an agency set up to discourage militancy in the South-South, who is currently outside the country. He's claiming to be sick.

At the centre of the interrogation of the former ADC, who has been moved to Abuja, Daily Sun gathered, was the “mind-boggling spending” during the few weeks’ extension of the general election, “which runs into several trillions of naira, when converted from foreign currency.”

Sources say more top Nigerians, “including some very close persons” to ex-President Jonathan, may soon be called to explain and defend their roles in the mindless sharing of Nigeria's commonwealth.

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