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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) detectives a probing former Senate President David Mark over allegedly billions stolen by him and other leaders of the National Assembly during his tenure.
EFCC sources tell Sahara Reporters that Mr. Mark, a former military general was invited yesterday to make statements to the commission on how several billions meant for projects at the national assembly were shared between him and a few others.
He was released to go home after the interrogation, expected to return after the holidays.
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