A political analyst, Frank Tietie, has stated that it is becoming a common occurrence for governors who are undergoing investigation over embezzlement of public funds to start pointing accusing fingers towards the Chairmen of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Frank Tietie stated that the sole aim of throwing an unsubstantiated accusations of bribery against the chairmen of EFCC by governors is aimed at the governors wanting to get some form of public sympathy.
According to Frank Tietie, as soon as some governors gets towards the end of their tenure in office, and they know that there are some evidence that the EFCC has to prove that they embezzled public funds, they accuse the EFCC chairman in other to discredit him.
Frank Tietie blasted the current Governor of Zamfara State for accusing the EFCC Chairman of demanding for $2 million from him without substantiating such a claim with facts and evidence to prove his allegation.
Frank Tietie also revealed that the reason why some governors accuse EFCC chairmen of bribery is because the governors knows that their immunity as governors will protect them from being arrested.
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