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Full story of how Accountant –General, Idris acquired multi-billion naira properties, married underage girl and his EFCC arrest

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Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Monday arrested the Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, over alleged mismanagement of N80billion.

According to a statement by the EFCC, Idris was arrested in Kano on Monday after failing to honour invitations from the agency to respond to issues connected to the fraudulent acts and he has now been moved to Abuja.

“The Commission’s verified intelligence showed that the AGF raked off the funds through bogus consultancies and other illegal activities using proxies, family members and close associates.

“The funds were laundered through real estate investments in Kano and Abuja.

Meanwhile, SaharaReporters had in a series of detailed investigations exposed how Idris acquired several properties whose values ran into many billions of naira since he was appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari as the administrative head of the treasury in June 2015.

Some stakeholders have before now raised alarm over how and where the AGF got the money he used in acquiring the multi-billion naira Gezawa Commodity Market Limited and Gezawa Integrated Farms Limited firms, both in Kano.

Certified copies of the documents from the Corporate Affairs Commission also show a shareholding of both firms indicating a spread of Idris family members on the official board as follows:

(1) Zainab Ahmed Idris: 35,000,000 shares

(2) Shamsiyya Ahmed Idris: 35,000,000 shares

(3) Nabila Mu’azu Abubakar: 35,000, 000 shares

(4) Zuhair Ahmad Idris: 22,500,000

(5) Hussain Ahmad Idris: 22,500,000 shares

(6) Abdulrraham Ahmed Idris: 22,500,000 shares

(7) Khadija Ahmed Idris: 18,500,000 shares

(8) Mua’zu Abubakar lll: 40,000,000 shares

(9) Mohammed Chiroma: 60,000,000 shares

(10) Alh Usman Kansila Yahaya: 60,000,000 shares

(11) Baloni Ibrahim Lawal (representing Silvermark Investment Limited) : 60,000,000 shares

(12) Abubakar Nabila Mua’zu (representing Gezawa Integrated Farms Limited): 20,000,000 shares.

Also, questions have been raised on how the AGF bought “Sokoto Hotel” in Kano with N500million cash.

According to SaharaReporters, upon acquiring the hotel, Idris ordered its immediate demolition with the intention to build a multi-billion naira shopping mall on the property.

Despite clocking 60 years in 2020, Idris succeeded in pulling different strings in the Presidency to secure an extension of his appointment beyond the legal limit.

He engaged the services of highly placed persons including governors, senators and emirs who prevailed on President Buhari to give him the extension.

An action that is against the civil service rules, states that a career civil servant must disengage from service either after attaining 60 years of age or having worked for 35 years, whichever comes first.

It was also against a circular from the office of the Head of Service to all agencies of the Nigerian Government which says, “For the avoidance of doubt and in order to maintain discipline and integrity of the extant public service rule which prescribed 60 years of age or 35 years of service for mandatory retirement, should strictly be complied with.

Idris’ arrest is also coming a few months after he secretly married a 16-year-old Kano State girl, identified simply as Hussain, a marriage that did not receive the blessing of Hussain’s family.

“This is our late sister’s daughter by name Hussain; she’s just sixteen, not long that she clocked sixteen years old but it’s very unfortunate that a lady called Amina was the one that linked or brought the Accountant-General to our house in order to seek her hand in marriage.

“This, she did, knowing that this is a very young girl, what does that mean? It shows the accountant general is just after that small girl to take advantage of her youthful age.

“Immediately I heard, I messaged him because when I was working with the then Head of Service, I had the opportunity of having his contact when we met over a serious matter about the country. So I messaged him on WhatsApp regarding his wedding; I sent him my picture, that of my son, my late sister and the daughter, Hussain. He replied that it’s a small world which confirmed the wedding was true,” a top family source had confided in SaharaReporters.

The family source added that the Accountant-General bribed some media organisations they contacted for help and their request to expose his atrocities was, therefore, turned down.

“He went as far as bribing this girl with gold of over N200million, iPhones, buying cars for her, giving her millions of naira – all to buy her attention. He started meeting different people that he wanted to know about the girl’s family; he married the girl, just like that.

“There was no investigation just because he is the Accountant General of the Federation. Why are things happening in this country like this? He even told the girl to go and look for any house of her choice in Abuja, that he is ready to purchase it for her.

“He is spending the government money and every media house we go to report him, he pays them not to air or report the story. Please help us for justice to be done. This girl is just sixteen years old,” the source had added.

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