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EFCC did not recover any N7.9 billion Naira from me – Rochas Okorocha

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Former Governor of Imo State, Senator Rochas Okorocha representing Imo accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of passing false information to him, saying that the anti-corruption agency did not recover any money from him .

Mr. Usman Imam, head of the EFCC Harcourt Port District, said at a press conference that he recovered 5.7 billion naira from various bank accounts of 7.9 billion naira and former Imo assets. Thus denying the senator’s denial. Governor, and he is responsible for the Enugu branch of the committee.

Okorocha responded to the report on Friday, saying that the anti-corruption agency never recovered 7.9 billion naira or any other amount from him. He also urged the EFCC to prove that he was wrong by publishing account details if the agency actually recovered the money from him.

The Asset belongs to the former governor of Imo, while he is responsible for the Enugu branch of the committee.

Okorocha responded to the report on Friday, saying that the anti-corruption agency never recovered 7.9 billion naira or any other amount from him. He also urged the EFCC to prove that he was wrong by publishing account details if the agency actually recovered the money from him.

According to Rochas, Usman’s property stated that the EFCC allegedly purchased from him was purchased by him about 20 years ago.

Rochas said in a statement signed by his media consultant Sam Onwuemeodo that if they could not release the details of the 7.9 billion euros recovered from him, he would withdraw the report from the EFCC and publicly apologize in the next few days.

The statement read: “The EFCC was a committee at the time, or Mr. Usman Imam was the head of the Enugu district, and today, the Harcourt port committee of the committee has never recovered 7.9 billion naira or any Other amounts from Rochas Okorocha.

“As a result, we refused to make this request and challenged the EFCC or Mr. Imam to prove that we were wrong by publicly discovering the details of the bank account and account owner of the money.

“We take the EFCC and its staff very seriously. We hope that the committee or Mr. Imam will take our denials seriously, because well-meaning Nigerians want to know who is telling the truth or who is lying.

“The committee found that it misled the public and also extorted the former governor of Imo. Perhaps we unknowingly hoped that the committee or Mr. Imam could do this, that is, withdraw the media statement and then tell the Nigerians to do the right thing. Story. The 7.9 billion naira in question must be in a bank account. Let EFCC immediately release the account details”

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