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Tony Anenih To EFCC: How I Shared The N260 Million Dasuki Paid Into My Bank Account

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January 6, 2016 – Tony Anenih To EFCC: How I Shared The N260 Million Dasuki Paid Into My Personal Bank Account

Ex- PDP Board of Trustees (BOT) chair Tony Anenih has explained how he disbursed the N260 million paid into his bank account from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA).

The EFCC believes the cash came from the allegedly misappropriated $2.1 billion arms funds.

Anenih wrote to the EFCC to state, among others, that he gave N63 million to a group coordinated by a former Special Assistant to former President Shehu Shagari (National Assembly Liaison), Alhaji Tanko Yakassai, for the 2015 presidential election.

Yakassai may be invited for interrogation over the “curious” payment, it was learnt yesterday.

Anenih was said to have told EFCC that he didn’t benefit from the money, but that he only shared it, following instructions.

It was learnt that the probe followed a letter to the EFCC by a former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the PDP, Chief Tony Anenih, on how he distributed the N260million paid into his account by the Office of the National Security Adviser(ONSA).

A highly-placed source in EFCC said: “Chief Tony Anenih has written the EFCC on how he disbursed N260million from ONSA to various groups including a team being coordinated by Tanko Yakassai.

“Anenih specifically indicated in the letter that N63million was given to Yakassai’s group. He mentioned a few others whose identities we will not disclose until our investigation has reached an appreciable stage.

“We will unveil the names of all the beneficiaries of the N260million soon. But we are at a level that we need to invite Yakassai to shed more light on why his group was allocated N63million arms funds.”

 “Besides the letter, we will invite Anenih to make a Statement on Oath and for interrogation.”

One of the charges against a former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki and a former Director of Finance and Administration this office, Shaibu Salisu, was the transfer of N260million to Anenih’s personal bank account.

[The Nation]



  1. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi "KINI IWO NFE"

    January 6, 2016 at 12:55 PM

    Today’s Word
    Heaven and Earth Shall Pass Away But The Word of God Remains

    1 John 2:15-17
    Do not love the world or anything that belongs to the world. If you love the world, you do not love the father. Everything that belongs to the world – what the sinful nature desires, what people see and want, and everything in this world that People are so proud of – none of this comes from the father; it all comes from the world. The world and everything in it that People desire is passing away; but he who does the Will of God lives forever.

    This messages sure keeps our heads spinning. Woow! Like seriously? All the things that we spend our lives working for are not necessary? This is a difficult saying but we have to accept it if only we take God serious. Indeed all those things are not necessary if we have sought after them to the neglect of the single Most important thing- the will of God; the ways of truth and righteousness. For a man’s life does not consist in the abundance of the things which he possesses (Lke 12:15). What would a man gain if he grasps the whole world and loses his own soul (Mtt16:26)?.

    Lord teach us your will and keep our feet steadfast in the ways of truth and righteousness so that we may attain eternal life.
    It’s time for them to vomit what they have eat, they are many even in this present regime of President Buhari.
    Happy New Year and many more blessed years ahead.

  2. Don

    January 6, 2016 at 2:17 PM

    shai u don wash ur hand comot, others na scape goat now.

  3. I did not

    January 7, 2016 at 10:43 AM

    then what happened to the CEO of the bank used for all this illegal deals?

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