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Memo Details How Minister Of Interior, Dambazau, AGF, Malami Were Behind Reinstatement Of Maina

By Ike A. Offor

A memo detailing how Minister of Interior, Abdulraham Danbazau and AGF Abubakar Malami reinstated Abdulrasheed Maina has emerged revealing every details of their actions in the controversy.

There has been denials and confusion on how the man alleged to be involved in pension fund fraud and wanted by EFCC before he absconded could be reinstated into the service and promoted, without prior knowledge of his crime.

The details here reveals how such clandestine reinstatement was carried out by the minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau and the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami in such secretive job offer without regard for the law.

Nigerians have been outraged by the acitivities surrounding this scandal and many have questioned the seriousness of Buhari-led administration in the fight against corruption.

Though in a kneejerk reaction, President Buhari yesterday fired Abdulrasheed Maina and ordered for investigation into who were behind such act.

But many folks still think that the President has not done enough by mere sacking of Alhaji Maina but should get him arrested and prosectued for the fraud he is accused of.

The Republican News reported this morning in its Facebook page, that mobile police officers attached to EFCC stormed the estimated $2m mansion belonging to Abdulrasheed Maina but he is nowhere to be found.

The memo clearly stated that Alhaji Maina was dismissed from the service on 21st February 2013, this being the period the past aminstration of Goodluck Jonathan dsicovered that he was involved in a fraud and was dismissed and asked EFCC to investigate him.

Alhaji Maina, then absconded and vanished into thin air until he returned and was resinstated into the same service where he was dismissed from.

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