A total sum of N1.12 billion naira has been traced to some top aides of former President Goodluck Jonathan as the intensive investigation of $2.1, which was later discovered was actually $15 billion armed funds mismanaged by the former Chief Security Adviser, Mr Sambo Dasuki continues.
The Monies were traced to Reuben Abati, Fadile Bello, Ahmed Gulak who are prominent aides to Jonathan in different capacity and PDP Chieftain, Uche Secondus.
In this latest development of the massive probe of Mr. Dasuki’s fraudulent use of public funds which are now known to have been used to bribe top military officials, rig the Ekiti State gubernatorial elections, and also diverted to accounts belonging to powerful public officials; an EFCC source according to Sahara Reporters revealed that Mr. Jonathan’s former spokesman, Rueben Abati, took N72 million; top-PDP chieftain Uche Secondus took N250 million, Ahmed Gulak was found to have taken N50 million and Fadile Bello took N754 million, totalling N1.126 billion.
It would be recalled that Mr. Bello Fadile was a security analyst used by Jonathan to attempt to stop INEC from releasing the 2015 presidential election results.
Meanwhile, the EFCC agents have raided the home of former top aide to Mr. Jonathan and spokesman of his presidential campaign Femi Fani-Kayode, our source says.