Sales of jobs: FCC chair says her signature forged

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By Abdul Seye

The Chairman of the Federal Character Commission (FCC), Muheeba Dankaka, has alleged that her signature was forged to perpetrate the alleged sale of federal employment opportunities.

Dankaka, who has been in the eye of the storm following allegations of job racketeering levelled against her, appeared before the House investigative committee again on Monday.

DAILY POST recalls that several commissioners in her commission had levelled the allegation of job racketeering against her.

Speaking before the committee, Dankaka claimed that some people, including one named Haruna Kolo, forged her signature to recruit staff and also enrolled them on the IPPIS platform.

“The letter that went out, they forged my signature,” she said.

At the end of the hearing, the chairman of the committee, Yusuf Gagdi, summoned the Accountant General of the Federation, past chairmen of FCC, the Director General of AMCON, as well as Mr Kolo Haruna, to appear before the panel in subsequent hearings.

He stated that the EFCC would take over the allegation of forgery and other criminal allegations.

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