Ex-Niger Governor Charged with N3 Billion Fraud by EFCC

Mr. Babangida Aliyu, the immediate past Governor of Niger state, has being charged by the Economic and Financial Crimes alongside the 2015 governorship candidate of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), Umar Nsako with an alleged N3 billion fraud.

 A source revealed that the charges had being filed before a Federal High Court in Minna, Niger State.
 Nsako also served as Chief of Staff and Commissioner for Environment during Aliyu's administration between 2007 and 2015.
 EFCC said Aliyu allegedly diverted N520 million from the Niger State Government Security Account domiciled in a Zenith Bank account between January and March 2011.
 And also allegedly diverted a seperate N1.7 billion from the same account.
EFCC also said in 2015 Aliyu and Nsako allegedly diverted about N1.09 billion which is 16 percent shares of Niger State in the North South Power Company Limited.

The alleged crimes are believed to be in contravention of section 97 and 312 of the Penal Code.
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