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Senator Nenadi Usman Returns N23m To FG After EFCC's Arrest

 Nenadi Usman the Director of Finance of the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign Organisation, has reportedly returned N23m to the coffers of the Federal Government after her arrest.

Punch Newspaper reports that following her arrest on Thursday, April 21, 2016 by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the senator has been cooperating with the agency.

It was also reported that Usman has promised to return more funds to the after she has been alleged for receiving from N2.5bn arms deal fraud.

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Usman, was further reported to have told investigators that all she did was based on the instructions of Jonathan, adding that she did not know that the funds belonged to taxpayers.

Usman, was further reported to have told EFCC investigators that all she did was based on the instructions of Jonathan, adding that she did not know that the funds belonged to taxpayers.

She allegedly said all donations were made to Jonathan’s campaign through Joint Trust Dimensions Limited and it was through the said account that the Director of Publicity,Femi Fani-Kayode, was paid N840m, Chief Olu Falae, and Rashidi Ladoja, allegedly received N100m each, Prof. Rufai Alkali, who was the Coordinator of the Goodluck Support Group, allegedly collected N320m on behalf of the group while several governorship candidates of the PDP equally received money from the account.

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Meanwhile, one of the campaign managers of Jonathan’s re-election campaign said the National Intelligence Agency was aware of the alleged diversion of funds from the CBN.

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