EFCC Not A Political Tlol, APC Chieftain Tells Obaseki


AN All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain in Edo State, John Mayaki, has urged Governor Godwin Obaseki to desist from strong-arming the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) into pursuing its politically-motivated call for the investigation of his predecessor, Adams Oshiomhole, over alleged wrongdoing in the construction of the Benin Specialist Hospital.

Reacting to the protest staged by supporters of Obaseki at the EFCC in Benin yesterday, Mayaki dismissed the panel report that formed the basis of the call to investigate Oshiomhole.

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In a statement in Abuja, Mayaki stated that the composition of the investigative committee reflected from the outset “an underhand motive geared towards indicting and demeaning Oshiomhole”, and not in all intent and purpose in the best interest of the people of Edo State.

Prince Mayaki, the former Chief Press Secretary to the Edo State governor said:

“Godwin Obaseki must be reminded that the EFCC does not exist as a political tool for actors like him to wield when it’s convenient. The agency’s purpose is not join in an obvious attempt to harass and blackmail innocent individuals into adopting a political position.”


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