Probe Shittu, invite media aide for questioning – Computer Guide tells EFCC


The Computer Guild of Nigeria (CGN) has petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate and probe the Minister of Communications, Barrister Adebayo Shittu whom his former Media Aide, Mr. Victor Oluwadamilare had accused of owning 12 luxury homes, N93m printing press and 25 luxurious cars since he was appointed as Minister.

CGN in a petition signed by its President, Mr. Wole Adedoyin, stated that, “Adebayo Shittu should be investigated over allegations of massive frauds and corruption.”

In the petition obtained by DAILY POST on Saturday, Adedoyin said, “There is a popular rumour ferried around Uncle Joe in Mokola in Ibadan that Minister Adebayo Shittu was given a quit notice from the apartment he was using for his legal consultancy due to debt of N100,000 he owed his landlord.

“Today, this same Minister Adebayo Shittu now owns a well-furnished complete building turned to his law chamber at Kabiawu in same Mokola axis.

Adedoyin further urged EFCC to also invite Shittu’s former Media Aide, Mr. Victor Oluwadamilare who described his former boss as greedy and corrupt, to come and say all he knows about his boss’ accumulation of sudden wealth through bribery and corruption.


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