Reno Omokri Queries EFCC Over Arrest Of Atiku’s Lawyer

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Reno Omokri, a former aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, has criticized the Economic Financial and Crime Commission(EFCC) for charging Atiku’s lawyer with having large cash without going through banks and leave Bola AsiwajuTinubu, the National leader of the ruling All Progressive Congress, whose house, a bullion van was spotted entering few days to the 2019 general elections.

Read also; Atiku Responsible For Nigerias Multi-Dimensional Poverty: Buhari Media Organisation

According to the former presidential aide, he concluded by saying it is better the anti-graft agency converts to a Political Party.

His words;

How can EFCC charge Atiku’s lawyer with having large cash without going through banks and leave Bola AsiwajuTinubu who we saw carting cash to his house in bullion vans, contravening the Money Laundering Act? OfficialEFCC should just transform into a political party.

See his tweet below;

 

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