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About N9 million meant for the payment of salary of workers of its departments of Health and Agriculture of Gwandu Local Government Area of Kebbi has been allegedly carted away by robbers.

Shehu Bagudu, the chairman of the Local government revealed to newsmen that the incident occurred.

on May 24, 2018.

“The incident happened when the cashier of the local government Bashir Gwandu, collected the money from the bank and went to his house.

“As he was about to open the gate of his house and unknown to him, the thieves had traced him from the bank.

“As he was opening the gate to enter his house, the suspects who had laid ambush for him, attacked him, snatched his car with the money inside and drove away.

“The car was later discovered in Tambuwal Local Government Area of Sokoto State,” he said.

Naija News understand that the Chairman dispelled the rumour that he was shielding the cashier who is his son-in-law.

Bagudu said he could not stop the Police and claimed he has not slept since this incident happened.

“The boy is my son-in-law ever since before I became the chairman of the council, and he is known to be trustworthy person.

“We wrote to the Ministry for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs on the incident, but we are still waiting for their response.

“At the same time, the Criminal Investigation Department of the state Police Command is on top of the situation, doing proper investigation,”

He said the council had held a series of meetings with the affected workers and disclosed “the cashier’s family is planning to pay part of the stolen money before the arraignment of their brother in court on June 4.”

DSP Mustapha Suleiman, the Public Relation officer of Police in the state, while confirming the incident, stated that the CID have been interrogating the cashier who is the son-in-law of the Chairman of the local government since the incident.

“The cashier has just been granted bail after the necessary investigation and he was given bail on the surety of a former Sole Administrator in the local government council.” he said

 

 

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