Malami Clarifies that Repatriated Fund Goes To CBN, Not AGF’s Office

Amid deep allegations of the whopping N2B paid to his workplace from the repatriated fund, the Lawyer Basic of the Federation, AGF, and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami has clarified that recovered funds will not be channelled to his workplace.

Malami mentioned that the Federal Authorities has a chosen account on the Central Financial institution of Nigeria for all recovered property to be domiciled.

There had been widespread accusation that the AGF’s workplace benefitted to the tune of N2B from the lately repatriated cash from the UK for undisclosed providers.

Nevertheless, the Minister in a press release made accessible to DAILY POST Thirsday denied the allegations that two billion naira was paid to his workplace from the recovered funds.

The assertion was made accessible by his Particular Assistant on Media and Public Relations, Dr Umar Jibrilu Gwandu and launched in Abuja

In line with the assertion, “previous to the repatriation of all of the recovered property, Nigeria and related nations have signed Memorandum of Understanding as to what the monies will probably be put to and that the federal government has been working in compliance with all of the provisions of multi-national agreements reached.

“It was on the bases of the appliance of the mentioned funds in keeping with the agreements that Nigeria earns popularity amongst worldwide committee of countries which translated into additional recoveries.”

He mentioned, “Abubakar Malami has neither as an individual nor because the Lawyer Basic of the Federation and Minister of Justice in any approach receives any funds from the recovered property.

The Minister due to this fact challenged any one who has any proof of such funds to both petition him or his workplace and within the different come out publicly with proofs.