EFCC Freezes Benue Govt Accounts In Three Banks
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has solidified the ledgers of the Benue State government domiciled in three banks.
Akase denounced the activity by the EFCC, saying Governor Samuel Ortom would talk on the issue today in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
As per examination assembled that the solidifying of the records by the counter join organization was a consequence of examinations which showed affirmed manhandle of Benue State’s security reserves.
There were worries that if the records stay solidified, the state government may think that its hard to meet its monetary commitments, particularly the installment of pay rates to specialists in the state.
Be that as it may, the state government portrayed the activity of the EFCC as a major aspect of charged plots to disappoint its endeavors after Governor Ortom left the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The representative hosted abandoned from the decision gathering to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on July 25, after a few young people kept him from going to a reconciliatory meeting assembled by the APC national initiative.
Scarcely multi week later, eight individuals from the APC in the Benue State House of Assembly served a prosecution see on Governor Ortom.