More evidence of Ganduje's Greed aka dollar collection operations. EFCC is in a coma till 2019 on this issue. But were quick to freeze Fayose's account while he was governor.
Just imagine this was Wike..Would the EFCC be this quiet on such an issue?
This is why Buhari has to go pic.twitter.com/1R1DAQvQ45
— Babasola Kuti (@SKSolaKuti) October 31, 2018
Another shocking video has emerged showing the Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, in black Kaftan, collecting bribe in wads of dollars from a contractor.
The Vanguard reported that video has sparked outrage on social media and has got many calling for the impeachment of the Governor.
Recall that two of similar videos had, before now, been released by the Editor-In-Chief of Daily Nigerian, Jaafar Jaafar, wherein the Governor was shown collecting bribes in dollars and stuffing the wads of money in his white “Agbada” also known as “babariga” cloth.
However, the governor had denied the videos, saying they were photoshopped.
Mr. Jafar had, last week, honoured the invitation of the Kano State House of Assembly investigating the bribery scandal, where he tendered many other video clips showing the Governor collecting bribes from a contractor.
Although the previous video had no audio, the recent and trending one has the audio voice of the governor requesting for bribe from the contractor.
The video which has interpretations in words claimed the Governor collected over two hundred million naira.
The video shows the Governor darting his eyes, perhaps towards the door every now and then to ensure nobody was coming in.
The video also showed the happy governor pack the money into a paper bag under his table just as the names of contractors, the contracts and those who have either paid or were yet to pay up their bribes to him mentioned in the video. However, reports say Mr. Jafar has denied authorizing the release of the recent video.
According to him, “I swore an oath with the Holy Quran before tendering the several videos at the Kano State Assembly and I could not have been responsible for the current video trending on social media.
Therefore Daily Nigerian did not release any other video after the appearance before lawmakers,” Mr Jaafar was quoted by PRNigeria as saying.