EFCC Official Reveals How Two Chinese Nationals Tried To Bribe Him With 50m
By Morningsun | self meida writer
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Dauda Lawal is a Nigerian banker, who is known to be an established leader in Nigeria banking industry. Lawal was known to be one of the key players in the financial sector of the Nigerian economy
Dauda Lawal ran for office in 2019 fo governor of Zamfara state under the flagship of APC.
Lawal was charged by the economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC) for allegedly helping a former minister of petroleum resources.
Sokoto zonal head of operations of the economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC), Abdullahi Lawal, has revealed how two Chinese citizens, Meng Weikun and Xukuai offered him N50 million bribe on behalf of a construction company China Zhonghao Nigeria Ltd.
He testified on Wednesday before justice Muhammad Sa'idu Sifawa at the Sokoto state high court, sitting in Sokoto
The bribe was allegedly offered to compromise an ongoing investigation by the EFCC
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