Yesterday, a viral reports that almost shut down the “world wide web”, has it that brahim Magu, acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), says about N1.3trillion public funds were stolen by 32 entities between 2011 and 2015. Angry pastor, Reno Omokri, former aide to ex president Goodluck Jonathan has re-visited the web again and found the reports of Bola Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who says the bullion vans seen at his residence on Saturday Feb 23, 2019 are not ballot papers, but money. According to Reno, Tinubu has violated the 2011 Money Laundering Act making it illegal for individuals to make cash payments exceeding ₦5,000,000, but the @officialEFCC has not said or done anything and he call the EFCC chairman a hypocrite.
As sighted by MandyNews.com, on Twitter; “1-A month after clear evidence of bullion vans ferrying cash into @AsiwajuTinubu’s house in violation of the 2011 Money Laundering Act making it illegal for individuals to make cash payments exceeding ₦5,000,000, the @officialEFCC has not said or done anything #MaguIsAHypocrite 2-@AsiwajuTinubu Even had audacity to boast that, yes, the bullion vans ferried money and it is no one’s business. This happened 48 hours to an election. If I or any other opposition figure has done this, we would be in jail by now. Why is Tinubu sitting pretty? #MaguIsAHypocrite”