Alleged fraud: Politician petitions crimes commission to investigate 6 federal medical centre workers

The Chairman Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC), South-West, Abayomi Arabambi has petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) asking the agency to investigate alleged diversion of public fund  by six staff of Federal Medical Centre(FMC),Abeokuta.

Penpushing reports that, the petition written on October , 2021 and received by the Economic and Crimes Commission(EFCC), on October 18,2021,with attachment of evidences by the petitioner  listed nine alleged crimes against the said officials.

The other allegations as contained in the petition include: stealing, conspiracy, obtaining money under false pretence, gross violation of public service rules, joint unprecedented fraud and monumental economic and financial crimes.

Penpushing further reports that, Arabambi who doubles as Chairman Labour Party (LP) in Ogun State said he wrote the petition in public interest and in line with zero corruption tolerance mantra of President Muhammed Buhari.

The petition said, from investigation, the alleged staffers in collaboration with fifth columnists are set to bring the hospital to disrepute, and rubbish the zero tolerance of the present administration of the country leadership.

Penpushing also reports that, Arabambi said one of the alleged staff was sometime ago indicted by a panel over un-authorised collection, stealing and sales PMS/Diesel, and was recommended not to hold any sensitive position in the hospital again.

The petition added that, the alleged syndicate continued to draw salaries of some of the staff who are on study leave without pay, and also gave identities and personal file number of the staff who had left service but claimed of continuity in drawing salaries

‘This group of old staff in the hospital are so much inclined and dedicated to financial crimes against the hospital. The EFCC chairman is hereby strongly enjoined to investigate the cases, as loads of documentary  exist against them’ the petitioner emphasised

‘;It is hoped that the office of the EFCC Chairman will needfully and expeditiously commence a very thorough investigation into the tons of monumental fraud perpetrated  by aforementioned. Loads and tons of clear, real and hard evidences are available’, Arabambi wrote’

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