Stella Dimoko Commissioner Denies Leaking information On Akpabio To EFCC


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Monday, September 12, 2016

Commissioner Denies Leaking information On Akpabio To EFCC

Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Akan Okon, has denied that his office leaked state official documents to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

Okon, while reacting to allegations by a state-based socio-political group, Akwa Ibom Conscience for Good Governance, that he was giving information to EFCC to indict former governor Godswill Akpabio, said that the allegation was “spurious.”

The Commissioner, in a statement in Uyo, said that as an appointee who served in the Godswill Akpabio administration, it was unreasonable for anyone to assume that he would contemplate such misconduct.

“I served Chief Akpabio’s administration diligently and did not have any record of misconduct. Now I am under an oath of allegiance to Governor Udom Emmanuel, and I have never divulged any information or leaked or caused to be leaked any document so classified as official secrets kept.”




  1. Friends don't let friends wear bad outfit.

  2. Hmmmmmmm it is well. Make God help them

    1. I so much doubt.Akan Okon covering up since days of Finbank as Head Investment Banking. He can never squeal on a benefactor like Akpabio espcially with his brother's(Senator Aniekan Okon) relationship with the ex-governor.

    On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, a faceless group with the name Akwa Ibom Conscience for Good Governance, in an advertorial published in THE INK newspaper, tried to spite the Commissioner for Finance Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Akan Okon, in a malicious piece titled “What is Akan Okon Looking for”

    Ordinarily, there would be no basis to join issues with the faceless group, but the lies put forward against the Commissioner, and the threat dished out against him demands we arise to this occasion.

    For the record, in the advertorial, one Chief Effiong Udo Ukpong, President of the faceless group and Barr. Nelson Akpadiaha, the Secretary threw threats at Mr. Akan Okon. Part of the piece read “Bring the money of the State and empower people and stop engaging in profitless exercises…we will soon pound on you”.

    The authors of that rambling open letter alleged that Mr. Akan Okon was “fraternizing with agents of APC to sponsor petitions against Senator Godswill Akpabio, and was releasing official documents of the past administration to APC agents in order to prosecute Senator Godswill Akpabio”.

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