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EX IGP, Ehindero Receiving 10% On Police Fixed Account, Banker Alleges

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Ex-Inspector-General of Police (I-G), Mr Sunday Ehindero

How Ex-IGP Ehindero is Defrauding Police Of Its Fixed Deposit Account Fund

Ex-IGP (Inspector General of Police) Sunday Ehindero is allegedly receiving 10% interest on police funds, lodged in a fixed deposit account with a bank.

According to the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offenses Commission, ICPC, the allegation was contained in a statement made by a banker, Aibangbe Maifuwa, to a Federal Capital Territory High Court 7, sitting in Apo, Abuja.

“The banker, Mr Aibangbe Maifuwa, a Business Development Manager with WEMA Bank Plc, who testified before Justice S. C. Oriji, in a case brought against Ehindero by the ICPC, said the money which was N10.3m was part of proceeds from N300m police fund he allegedly kept in a fixed deposit account with the bank.“The banker, who was led in evidence by the ICPC’s lawyer, Zainab Nass, told the court that the retired police boss had fixed the money at a 10 per cent interest rate per annum, between July 11, 2006 and January 19, 2007.

“In his response to questions put to him during cross-examination by Ehindero’s lawyer, K. O. Omolola, the banker said the former IGP had written to the bank requesting that the accrued interest on the N300m fixed deposit, amounting to the sum of N10, 364,283.77, be paid to him in cash, while the principal sum be paid through a WEMA bank cheque in his favour the ICPC said.


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Last Modified: 16 July, 2019 at 9:45 am