Stolen/Recovered loots to be made public on Wednesday by the minister of Information - Presidency

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The President through his spokesperson, Garba Shehu has stated that  all stolen/ recovered loots will be made public by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Wednesday.

Shehu who made the disclosure through a series of tweet, said that the President has given directive that the information be put out by the ministry of information.

He further stated that records will be obtained from the CBN and the investigation agencies regarding recovery and seizures and actual status with regard to frozen sums in banks and assets held wherever they are and actual status with regard to frozen sums in banks and assets held wherever they are.

"The President is true to his words. He has done what he has promised. He has given directive that the information be put out by the Ministry of Information.

Records will be obtained from the CBN and the investigation agencies regarding recovery and seizures and actual status with regard to frozen sums in banks and assets held wherever they are and actual status with regard to frozen sums in banks and assets held wherever they are.The minister should be ready with this when work resumes, possibly Wednesday or Thursday" He said.

Meanwhile, the President had earlier promised Nigerians that he would name the looters and the amount of stolen loot recovered on democracy day, being today.

It is hoped that by Wednesday or Thursday, Nigerian would know the amount of loot recovered

 

Posted on May, 29 2016

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