Son Of Kano Governor, Ganduje Drags Mother To Anti-graft Commission, EFCC Over Fraud

Hafsat Ganduje, the spouse of Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano, shunned an invite prolonged to her by the anti-graft company, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, to report for questioning, final week, over a bribery and land fraud case reported by her son, Abdualzeez.

According to Premium Times, Mrs Ganduje was invited to report final Thursday to the Abuja headquarters of the EFCC.

Son Of Kano Governor, Ganduje Drags Mother To Anti-graft Commission, EFCC Over Fraud 2

Abdulazeez had dragged his mum, Hafsat Ganduje, to the EFCC, sources conversant in the matter stated, suggesting a sample of corruptly utilizing household entry to energy for personal enrichment.

Ganduje, the governor, had beforehand been concerned in a corruption-related scandal.

He has struggled to untangle himself from the general public notion that he’s a corrupt public servant since 2018 when Daily Nigerian printed a sequence of movies that confirmed the governor amassing cash from a authorities contractor.

Abdulazeez reported to the anti-graft company that he was approached by a property developer to assist facilitate the acquisition of some plots of land in Kano with some a whole bunch of 1000’s of US {dollars} and a minimum of N35million as “facilitation commission.”

It was additional learnt that Abdulazeez stated he paid the sum in {dollars} to his mom, Mrs Ganduje.

“But three months later, (the property developer) discovered that the plots of land he wanted and had paid the first family for had been allocated to other buyers and he then requested to be refunded,” a supply was quoted as saying.

Asked to touch upon the matter, a spokesperson for Kano State Government, Mohammed Garba, stated, “I am not aware” and, so, he couldn’t remark.

EFCC’s spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, didn’t touch upon the matter when contacted on Monday.

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Son Of Kano Governor, Ganduje Drags Mother To Anti-graft Commission, EFCC Over Fraud

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