EFCC goes for Tinubu over bullion vans carried cash during 2019 election to his residence

The Commission on Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) on Thursday

promised to investigate the national head of the All Progressive Congress Tinubu Ball on the gold vans that transported money to his residence in February

Despite the fact that the EFCC has refused comments on whether it had driven an investigation to find out how former Lagos governor Bola Tinubu came up about the
metal vans that came into his house in February.

Nigerians pressed the anti-corruption office to open an investigation into Mr. Tinubu after the ruling party chief was seen on Feb. 22 receiving at least two armored
 vehicles allegedly carrying money.

The development raised controversy because the day of the presidential election arrived on February 23.
Mr. Tinubu is a senior leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) decision, and a strong ally of President Muhammadu Buhari, who was seeking re-election at the
 time.
Critics said there was no doubt that the vehicles were carrying money to bribe voters, especially as these trucks are used almost exclusively in Nigeria to carry
cash through banks, government institutions and trucking companies.


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