Emefiele: Tinubu's team hunts 'conspirators' as Buhari's 'tricks' to avoid investigation

        Emefiele: Tinubu's team hunts 'conspirators' as Buhari's 'tricks' to avoid investigation

Emefiele: Tinubu's team hunts 'conspirators' as Buhari's 'tricks' to avoid investigation

        Emefiele: Tinubu's team hunts 'conspirators' as Buhari's 'tricks' to avoid investigation

Investigations into Nigeria's financial system are now intensifying as the Special Investigation Team formed to investigate the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and its affiliates are attempting to uncover several alleged crimes. 'more than 7 billion naira, which can come out. as the biggest fraudsters in the history of the country. 

Lejit Reporters recalls that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu in July appointed former Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC) Managing Director and Auditor Jim Obazee as a "special investigator" of the CBN and related institutions. 

It was gathered that a team of investigators, which includes Nigeria's chief investigative and fraud watchdog, was ordered to investigate the activities of the apex bank and related companies under the leadership of the suspended governor, Godwin Emefiele. 

Among those arrested and interviewed so far by the Department of State Services (DSS), are the heads of the CBN consultancy, top bankers and two deputy governors of the CBN - Kingsley Obiora and Aisha Ahmad. 

New updates from several sources familiar with the operation have told the Guardian that the group is currently reviewing documents, memos and oral statements that could lead to further arrests in the coming days. 

The publication reports that there is growing apprehension in the country's regulatory agencies, as some directors "who must have worked hard in supporting some business". A reliable source said that the committee was not primarily motivated by arbitrary arrests, but by closing the investigation and providing a report on "how to manage the financial system wrong and illegal." to allow the president to decide what to do to clear the system. " 

The top bank owners and their cronies are being accused as the CEO of the corrupt Obazee, and his members are working day and night to oust him. If you want to know how to do this, you can't think about how to do this in your life. Obazee, during his days at the FRC, had the reputation of being a headstrong and no-nonsense leader. 

He reportedly harassed bank executives who tried to bribe him to get approval for illegal financial statements. Unconfirmed reports indicate that he refused housing and various offers due to system poisoning. For his steadfastness in matters of law, he is known as the chief financial officer. A reliable source told the Guardian earlier this week that people "very close to the president" are taking covert and fraudulent measures to prevent or influence the party's work. "They suddenly realized that this is more than politics and that the group wants to do the right thing for the public good. Therefore, they want to influence or limit research. 

But it's hard to do; the news has started and everyone knows about it,” the newspaper insisted. It was found that the investigation has already begun to close some political parties and the president's business, so this decision reduces the investigation. 

Major politicians and businessmen have been named as potential victims in the emerging news, and there are fears that the president will be forced to do what they want. Meanwhile, it is said that the Obaze committee has discovered a fraud of more than 7 billion naira involving the head of the CBN, Emefiele. 

It was also reported that several bank executives were questioned about their role in certain transactions. “The amount involved could be higher, but so far, about 7 billion naira has been identified. It is an ongoing exercise. "Every day, more facts are revealed about the terrible crimes committed by people who bear the responsibility of managing the national economy," said. 

The Guardian. Speaking yesterday, a person familiar with the intense pressure faced by investigators said those involved in the case under the previous administration were "ready to buy anyone" because they hoped to leave it. 

The Guardian was also briefed on the case of destruction of evidence inside and outside the CBN office, starting with the arrest of Emefiele. This would have slowed down ongoing investigations and efforts to clearly show how some of the fraud was committed.


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