EFCC: We have seen this gragra before o!!

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Somebody, somewhere even anywhere should tell EFCC that we don see this “gragra” before o. Na today? They should understand that some Nigerians are not “mumu”, we can see very clearly. We all know how to hide meat in our mouths o. All these” guruguru’’ nor mean nadaa to us. They should just do their work.

EFCC is not telling us anything new by just inviting saraki’s wife. Mba!! They would not equally tell us anything out of the ordinary if Bukola saraki is invited again to meet their so called crack team of interrogators. This is a story for the Gods(Apologies to Olamide). Every Nigerian knew what happened to societe Generale Bank. We know what happened to Intercontinental bank. We know how kwara assets were used as dummy collateral. We sabi o!!. What we need from EFCC is to beg metropolitan police in London to get shasha Wass for them. EFCC prosecutors need serious refresher course in diligent prosecution from the lady. The lady prosecuted Ibori(Saraki’s bossom friend) to the extent that Ibori pleaded guilty before the case even started. We are tired of this road to nowhere syndrome..

EFCC hasn’t done anything spectacular by taking the former governors to the courts. We have seen these theatrics before.The arithmetic is simple: charge them to court for public show, then grant them bail, after that, it is adjournment activation mode. The case then enters unending circuit of adjournments until it is forgotten that it ever started. EFCC should put pressure on the chief justice to make their cases a judicial priority with specific time frame of not more than 3 months once the accused is charged to court. Corruption cases are emergency cases in Nigeria. They should be treated as such. We are not impressed by all the movement in a circle that would eventually result in acquittal. Femi Fani kayode is a case in point. Jumping is different from flying o…

I hope the President understands that what he said about some ministers making millions of dollars of crude oil sales on their own nor mean naada… Yaradua said same of OBJ. Yes, Yaradua accused OBJ of wasting 16 billion dollars on phony power projects with nothing on ground. Wetin con happen? Naatin!! Everything went up in grammatical flames. The President should understand that the onus is on him to prosecute those accused or apologise if he couldn’t. We have passed the stage of just saying things for the media. We want action…

We know who stole. We can feel them. It is the responsibility of the government to prosecute and collect the money. The time for gragra is over… ewolewooooo!!!!

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Ik Uremeh

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  1. ibeee July 24, 2015 at 1:01 am -  Reply

    My major problem of EFCC is that flee bargain or free bargain. …To me that encourages stealing but that’s not corruption though

  2. Ogunesan Olawale July 28, 2015 at 2:33 am -  Reply

    I don’t understand our jury spot in this country nor the name carrier[EFCC]presido has given you free and without intervention but still,they’re dorging things under pavorated capet.

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