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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Abdulrasheed Maina Sacked Chairman Of Presidential Task Force On Pension Reforms Is Allegedly On The Run...

The embattled ex-chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, who has been accused of complicity in a N2bn fraud, has gone into hiding.




The fugitive, who is still on the wanted list of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for the alleged offence, went into hiding soon after news that the anti-graft agency had launched a manhunt for him became public.

It was gathered that Maina, who had been reinstated as an acting director in the Ministry of Interior, was to meet with yet to be identified persons in his office but apparently had a change of heart because he was nowhere near the office building when Punch arrived at the office at 8.20am and at 2.00pmwhen he left.

The office located at the Old Secretariat in Area 1, consists of a reception, a waiting room before a massive door leading up to the director’s office.

The reception looked dreary while two young men in the waiting room fiddled with their phones as they conversed in low tones. Attempts to speak with the female secretary, who refused to give her name, failed as she rebuffed all questions.

In response to enquiries about the whereabouts of her new boss, she snapped, “I don’t know where he is.”

A source who spoke in confidence because of the sensitivity of the matter, said Maina travelled to Kano during the weekend and had given appointments to some persons to meet him at the office on Monday but went into hiding soon afterwards.

The source said, “He planned to meet with some visitors in his office on Monday but for him to have aborted the appointment and switched off his phones meant he had gone underground. He may not be seen for a little while.”

It was learnt that the fugitive had over the last few months held meetings with several groups and individuals with respect to his ambition to contest in the 2019 governorship election in his home state of Borno.

“Maina has not hidden his political plans as he is known to broadcast his ambition on WhatsApp platform to his friends and associates,” the source further explained.

Nigeria’s foremost anti-graft agency, the EFCC also said it was still searching for Maina whom it declared wanted about two years ago.

The EFCC Spokesman, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren said the commission was still on his trail.

He, however, stated that the commission had marked his houses in Abuja including a house in Jabi said to be worth about $2m.

Uwujaren said, “Yes, his properties were marked today. To the best of my knowledge, he has not yet been arrested.”

Another source within the EFCC accused a sister security agency, the Department of State Services, of shielding the suspect from arrest.

The source said Maina was moving around town in a bulletproof Range Rover Sports Utility Vehicle and two or three vehicles.

Edited from Punch

9 comments:

  1. Imagine the failed government it is well

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  2. Can u imagine? After all the stealing from the poor pensioners he want to contest, oloriburuku l'awon people yi now
    Ka kool fun lai

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    1. Don't be surprised someone is encouraging him somewhere I am sure he used the money to support some people's election.

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    2. No peace for the wicked, he go die on the run

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  3. So if there was no public outcry, this idiot would have entered into his office. Buhari you are truly fighting corruption ooo. we don see una ynash for back

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    1. From channels today Ide Eguabor said the president was not even aware of the latest issue of the guy so I am wondering who are the people in charge how come president doesn't know what is going on as regards corruption? This our country is just one know kind

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  4. Can you imagine.
    He even has the plan to contest for governorship.

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  5. He had better come out hiding, and face what he started

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