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Former Governor Nyako blasts EFCC for declaring him wanted

Earlier today, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, released a statement saying former Adawama state governor, Murtala Nyako is wanted for stealing, abuse of office and money laundering. (see here). Mr. Nyako has reacted, blasting EFCC and saying declaring him wanted is the 'last kicks of a dying horse". 

Mr. Nyako spoke to Premium Times through his media assistant, Ahmed Sajoh
"I am not aware of being declared wanted. But that is good. If you are wanted by a rouge system, it means you are a good person. Has this government gone after anybody that is bad? They only run after the good people and allow the bad people to roam around them, live happily and enjoy whatever bad things they are doing.”
The former governor also blasted the government saying he is not surprised that EFCC declared him wanted and said that many more Nigerians will be declared wanted by the government because they are intimidated by the large crowd that turned out for the APC, rally in Yola, Adamawa.

According to him, the Jonathan government is afraid that even when he (Nyako) was no longer in office, the people of Adamawa State still love and support him.
“When the time comes for them to be declared wanted nobody will sympathise with them,” he concluded.
Source: Premium Times
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