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EFCC Recovered #19.3 Billion From The Kogi State Account, The Money Was Meant To Pay Worker's Salary

According to the Guardian Nigeria [News Outlet] on Instagram, CBN has acknowledged the receipt of 19.6 Billion Naira funds meant for the Kogi State Worker's Salary but was allegedly domiciled into a bank account where it yield interest.

Economic and Financial Crimes Commission recovered this money on Friday and it has been handed over to the Central Bank of Nigeria to settle their own part of the Recovered money.

EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren said that the apex bank has acknowledged the receipt of the Recovered amount. This will put a rest to the misinformation by the state government that no money was Recovered from them after they denied the claim some time ago.

In other words, Kogi State governor, Yahaya Bello wants to contest for the next President of Nigeria and such allegations is not good for his political ambition. There is always something else about trivial issue like this because this money might have been domiciled for the interest of the state in other to make life easier for the workers and the citizens of the state.

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