Atiku Clears Name, Denies Involvement In Adoke’s Travails With The EFCC

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Former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar, has vehemently denied allegations that he was behind the trials of Mohammed Adoke, SAN, former Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, who has been under the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission spotlight in connection with the $2 billion Malabu Oil deal.

The former Vice-President, while clearing his name in Abuja on Tuesday in a statement released by his media Adviser, Paul Ibe, advised all those invited by the EFCC, including Adoke himself to go and clear their names with the anti-graft agency.

He added that those invited by the anti-graft agency need not drag other innocent people into the twist.

“The former Vice-President does not have a hand in the travails of the former Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

“The Turaki Adamawa advises the erstwhile Attorney-General and others so invited to focus on clearing their names instead of dragging innocent people into the fray.”

Recall that Adoke has in a letter forwarded to the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, fingered former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar as one of the people responsible for his travails.

 

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  1. sir Oscie says

    Well said Atiku.
    I believe Adoke should should the needful which is going to the EFCC to clear his own name first before
    wailing and trying to drag innocent people into his issue.

  2. Mr. Abdin says

    My advice to the former AGF, he should go and clear his name, trying to malign others will not help him as now we are in an era of change, God bless Nigeria.,

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