Spokesman for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Metuh, has allegedly confessed to collecting some money from the ex-National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki.
The national publicity secretary of the PDP, has told federal investigators that he collected money from the office of the NSA.
The Nation reports that Metuh admitted the transfer of N400million into a company, Destra Investment Limited, in which he has substantial interest.
“So far, Metuh has admitted the transfer of N400 million by ONSA into a company in which he has substantial interest,” an EFCC source told the newsmen.
“It is left to him to justify why he deserved such benefit from arms cash. We are still questioning him on other remittances into the company’s account. We are also demanding how he will refund the cash,” the source said.
“Contrary to the noise outside, we did our homework very well. Anybody we bring to the EFCC this time around, we used to make sure that we have established a case against him,” He added.
Meanwhile, fiery Lagos pastor, Tunde Bakare, has called for the prosecution of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor, Godwin Emiefiele, because of the role of the apex bank in the widely publicised ongoing arms probe deal.