Edo 2020: Trouble Looms As Whistleblower Expose Obaseki

The credible whistleblower has blown the lid on major financial crimes in the past, including the EFCC and the Office of the Vice-President.

The group did not stop there they also issued Obaseki a 48 hrs ultimatum to respond to the grave charges brought against him.

See a list of the damaging findings as uncovered by the credible Whistleblower.

1) Transfers made into 8-digit account numbers running into Billions of Naira;

2) Transfers in Billions of Naira from Edo State Government to General-Purpose accounts in different banks, including but not limited to Equatorial Trust Bank (which is not in operation), Access Bank, Sterling Bank etc. Posers: what does general-purpose stand for? Are these funds dissipating from these general-purpose accounts in these banks? The red flag is clear and convincing.

3) We found Billions of Naira in transfers to Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) without being specific on the particular MDAs. Transfers should not be in bulk figures in Billions of Naira without specifying the MDAs and their respective account numbers.

4) We found that Billions of Naira passed through Edo State Government to companies like A&K Construction without specifying the accounts of the companies. in other words, Edo State Government released money to itself, mentioned companies like A&K Construction without mentioning the recipients’ accounts. Without those details, we can conclude that the monies have no destinations.

5) Billions of Naira were transferred in numerous tranches without account numbers and account names of the purported recipients.

6) Billions of Naira debited as Value Added Tax (VAT). This contravenes common sense. VAT should be a credit not debit. Why would you move Billions out and give the narration as VAT? VAT collections are credits, not debits.

7) Billions of Naira released as salary from EDSG without specificity. August 2019 alone, N746,622,765:33 and N693,388,159:31 were moved under the narration salary from EDSG. This is very suspicious, particularly the proximity of the transactions and others above to the election.

With the damaging findings, it seems Obaseki is certain to go to jail after his tenure.


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