Stella Dimoko Maina Family Fear For The Life Of Their Son Abdulrasheed Amid Spurious Allegations And Urge Govt To Investigate Author


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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Maina Family Fear For The Life Of Their Son Abdulrasheed Amid Spurious Allegations And Urge Govt To Investigate Author

The Maina Family received with greatest shock and disappointment the preposterous, spurious and shameless allegations enveloped in lawlessness, accusing Dr Abdulrasheed Maina of an imaginary assassination plan supposedly against the Prosecutor, other personnel of the EFCC and correctional service officers.

He has maintained a close and cordial official dealings with the correctional Authorities.

Even though it is not in our tradition as a Royal Family with esteemed personalities as brethren, to join issues with such kind of unfounded and blatant insult on the integrity of not only our son, but the Entire Biu Emirate, it has become necessary to bring this to the knowledge of all Nigerians and especially the Government so that immediate investigation could be instituted on the author and his/her motive and evidences which we beg to be made public.

Maina is a civil servant who rose through the ranks in the Nigerian Civil Service with so many achievements too numerous to enumerate which are credited to him. He has never even exchanged insults with anyone in all his service period. He has been a jovial and peace loving person which can be attested by all Staff of the Ministry of Interior, Head of Service and that of Special Duties.

It is unfortunate that a sane person can write such spurious allegations in the name of trying to keep someone behind bars, least he comes out to go get defences that will shock the nation. We are sure that the leadership of the EFCC may not even be aware of this shocking and sensational accusation.

While we want to vehemently disassociate Maina or any member of our extended family from these unwarranted and inexcusable lies, we urge litigation officers and or their IPO's to exercise serious restraint in their utterances as such may resort to litigation.

Where such officers have personal issues to score, with those they are directed to prosecute, they should exercise restraint and allow the legal process to take it's full course. Maina needs time to gather documents for his defense, which in our opinion is his legal right. The public should kindly note that this is not in any way intended to interfere with the ongoing legal process.