The Family of Slain Boko Haram Leader Receives N100m
The AGF noted that despite ensuring that all The police officers that were accused of complicity in The extra-judicial murder of The Leader of The Boko Haram Islamic sect, Yusuf Mohammed, in 2009, are prosecuted, The government equally paid N100million to his Family “as part of The reconciliation process.”
Besides issues bothering on Salami’s reinstatement, The AGF, equally revealed, yesterday, that a “White Paper”, chronicling all The factors behind The Boko Haram insurgency in Northern parts of The country had been gazetted by The Federal Government.
Besides, Adoke, said The Federal Government has submitted The fuel subsidy probe report to The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for The prompt prosecution of those indicted by The report, saying “Nigerians should be assured that there will be no sacred cows.”
Emphasizing need for The anti-graft agencies to conduct thorough investigations before charging cases to court, The AGF, said even if The government concedes to establish a special court for The prosecution of corruption cases, such courts would always dismiss graft cases whenever The prosecuting agencies fail to generate enough evidence against an accused person, stressing that The case upon which a London Court convicted The former governor of Delta State, James Ibori, was different from The trial he hitherto faced in Nigeria.
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