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Monday, 24 October 2016

Buhari Orders Probe Of Amaechi Over Judicial Bribe Scandal, Bank Accounts Placed under Scrutiny

Buhari Orders Probe Of Amaechi Over Judicial Bribe Scandal, Bank Accounts Placed under Scrutiny

Rotimi Amaechi

President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly ordered a comprehensive investigation of the transport minister and former Rivers State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi over judiciary bribe saga ravaging the ruling All Progressives Congress, an unconfirmed report according to 247Ureport suggests.

According to 247Ureport, the house of the presidency appears struck on a path to self-implosion and as a result, the President had ordered for a comprehensive investigation into the allegations leveled on the Transport Minister by two Justices of the Federation.

Following what appeared as serialized exposure by the Justices of the federation of the involvement of Rotimi Amaechi in the attempt to subvert the judicial process, the President of the federation, General Mohammadu Buhari fell under the immense pressure from the international community to investigate the validity in the claims leveled by the Justices.

To this end, the President instructed for a probe be launched into the activities as alleged by the Judges. The Judges had alleged that Amaechi attempted to bribe them in more than one occasion.

Our source reliably confirmed a probe into the claims of the Judges were launched based on the instructions of Mr. President.

All of the bank accounts known to belong to Amaechi, according to our source, have been placed under watch – and the historical activity on the account sequestered, 247Ureport says.

Justice John Inyang Okoro, of the supreme court, alleged that  the Department of State Services (DSS) is after him because he refused a bribe from Chibuike Amaechi, minister of transportation.

Amaechi has denied the allegation and threatened to sue the judge.

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