Obanikoro Confesses To EFCC: I Gave Fayose N2.2Billion Cash From $2.1Billion As Instructed By Dasuki


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Oct 18, 2016 – Obanikoro Confesses To EFCC: I Gave Fayose $5.4Million Cash From $2.1Billion Arms Money As Instructed By Dasuki

See Transcript Of Obanikoro’s Confession To The EFCC In Abuja Today

When former Minister of Defence returned to Nigeria from the United States yesterday, Nigerians were surprised as he has promised never to surrender to the EFCC.

He immediately dropped his luggage in Lagos before heading to the EFCC office in Abuja for questioning.

The anti-corruption agency who detained Obanikoro since yesterday is still investigating his involvement in the N4.75 Billion Dasuki Gate fraud.

According to a source who requested anonymity, Obanikoro opened up to the EFCC this afternoon that he gave Fayose several millions of dollars from the $2.1billion money earmarked to secure equipment for the Nigerian military under Good luck Jonathan’s administration.

Obanikoro said he gave $5.377 million to Fayose using a company named Sylva Mcnamara.

He however said he was not the owner of the company as alleged by the EFCC.

His confession continues below:

obanikoro confession transcript

A source at the agency office said Obanikoro claimed that part of the money was used to fight Boko Haram aggression in Lagos and the South West.

The source added that the ex-Minister was lured to Nigeria on the promise that if he can be truthful, he may go free like Fayose and other corrupt politicians who looted Nigeria dry under ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.

16 thoughts on “Obanikoro Confesses To EFCC: I Gave Fayose N2.2Billion Cash From $2.1Billion As Instructed By Dasuki

  1. We have heard alot about this recovery or fraud stuff….believe me, nothing we are hearing can stop this madness except PMB will take dramatic action in executing them, at least start from one person. The most painful part is they will steal this money and take it to another country, not using them to create job by building factories or even good malls which can still be their private properties.
    Tomorrow we will hear so so country gave Nigeria money to help fight poverty, and when we check deeply, that’s even part of our own stolen money…so sad, when will this our so called leaders be wise…

    But my second thought is PMB may not be innocent and that’s why he is soft on them.

  2. The most painful aspect of it all is that the extremely poor nigerians are the people defending these criminals. This is the same man they are calling pipos governor, outspoken governor for trying to cover his atrocities and demonize mr. President. Just imagine how these looters vandalised the finance of this nation. Thank God that immunity will not cover u forever. I blame Buhari for even being too soft on these criminals that presents themselves as agent of light to shallow minded nigerians. Nigeria must be great again but all the enemies of this country must give way for this dream to com tru.

  3. God have mercy, they all join hands to milk dry naija.only China way will stop this pen sign stealing ,when ruleing .

  4. Folks can you compare what Obanikoro said with what Ekiti scandal whistle blower Mr. Tope Aluko said a little while ago. There is nothing difference in their testimony against how Fayose got $5.4 million from $2.1 billion arm procurement deal. Obanikoro realized that EFCC has done proper investigation about this case and he could no longer lie again.

    I give him credit on that . Could you remember the other day when Fayose came out and lied publicly that bank sponsor his re-election. Fayose is a rogue and he must be impeached. If EFCC can use Obanikoro testimony plus secret tape recorded by that Colonel, Fayose can be tossed out base on these facts.

  5. The big THIEF has confessed against his brother the other big THIEF. If care is not taken you will not hear anything again, especially if our usual Corrupt Judges are settled

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