Dokpesi: “True true, I collect N2.1bn Yam, but na Media Yam, not anti-Boko Yam”


Oga Raymond Dokpesi don admit say him collect money, but that the miney wey hin collect was for “Publicity And Media In Political Campaigns”. Okay, no lele. I hope this whole Dasuki arms scandal issue is really investigated thoroughly; we should know if money meant actually meant for securing arms for our Soldiers ended up diverted for those “Obama did it, Lee Kuan Yew did it, Jonathan is doing it” ads…

Aleogho Dokpesi, Daar Communication (Ray Power and AIT) founder, has explained what transpired on Tuesday 1 December 2015 when the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) invited him.

In a statement signed by the management of DAAR Communications Plc, he said that around 2.00pm that day, the Ag. Chairman of the EFCC, Alhaji Ibrahim Magu, through a phone call, invited him to the Commission.

On getting there, he was requested to, “shed more light on some payments that were made to him through the office of the erstwhile National Security Adviser to the former President, Malam Sambo Dasuki.”

Dokpesi explained to the EFCC officials that the N2.1 billion that he collected from the former NSA was payment for for publicity and media political campaigns during the 2015 General Elections.”

High Chief Aleogho Dokpesi “made his statement on the various media exposures and campaign transactions which were dutifully carried out based essentially on contractual obligations/relationship.”

The statement however did not explain how the office of the National Security Adviser became the cashier office for the payment of campaign expenses and the source of the money.

A special panel and the EFCC are probing how trillions of naira budgeted for defence were spent in the last eight years. An interim report by the panel already reported phoney contracts in excess of $2 billion.


Source: SaharaRerporters

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