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Thisday Newspaper Publisher, Nduka Obaigbena writes the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC explaining how he got N670m from Nigeria’s former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki.
The Commission had until last night asked Nduka to appear at its office by 10:am today or be declared wanted…
Obaigbena, the chairman Newspaper Proprietors’ Association of Nigeria (NPAN) in his letter made available to Sahara Reporters, claims ex-NSA Dasuki gave compensation for Boko Haram bombing of his Jabi Office.
Obaigbena claims added that N100m & N20m received in March 2015 was compensation for 12 newspapers unlawfully seized by soldiers…
— Sahara Reporters (@SaharaReporters) December 11, 2015
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