Journalist, Ude Jackson, finally deletes tweets of UK Investigators tracing N1.5tn and another US$9,557,312.50 in Jamoh’s personal account KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Journalist, Ude Jackson, finally deletes tweets of UK Investigators tracing N1.5tn and another US$9,557,312.50 in Jamoh’s personal account

(Read More Here). Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Journalist, Ude Jackson, has finally deleted his series of tweets of UK Investigators tracing N1.5tn and another US$9,557,312.50 in Jamoh’s personal account. 

On May 21, 2022, Ude Jackson, took to his Twitter page to say that UK Investigators have traced N1.5tn and another US$9,557,312.50 into the personal account of the NIMASA boss.

Yesterday, it was noticed that Ude Jackson had deleted the tweet. Bashir Jamoh has also released a statement urging the EFCC to investigate properly into what Ude Jackson had said if it's true or not.

The statement reads: "A journalist, Ude Jackson, in a tweet on Saturday, had traced N1.5tn fraud to Jamoh.

The statement from Bashir reads:

“Fraud in Buhari govt as N1.5tn, $9bn traced to NIMASA boss, Bashir Jamoh’s personal accounts.

“Bashir Jamoh, DG of NIMASA has told his friends he doesn’t know anything about N1.5tn in any account. And that all the story is a lie and fake news. When I wake up, I will drop his receipt. He just ate the bait”, he added.

Bashir Jamoh, however, in a letter referenced NIMASA2020/DG/EFCC/VOL1/09, asked the EFCC to thoroughly investigate the allegation in order to put the record in the public space.

“I write to bring to your attention the attached online publications and tweets that have gone viral since Friday 21 of May 2021.

“The publications emanated from a series of tweets of one Jackson Ude alleging the sums of N1.5tn and another US$9,557,312.50 were traced to my personal account.

“The allegation of money laundering which impugns my integrity, character and family name has been circulating on social media also suggested that the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria be invited by security agencies to give reasons why such huge sums of money were transferred to my personal account instead of the Treasury Single Account.

“In view of this weighty allegation and the insidious and perniciously damaging effect on the government and the country, I hereby request that a thorough and painstaking investigation be carried by your commission with a view to unravelling the truth or accuracy of the allegation.”

In another news, The Director General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Bashir Jamoh, has said the good works of NIMASA which has manifested in inter agency and international collaboration against piracy and other maritime offences resulting in an all time reduction in vessel and crew attacks will be redoubled.

Jamoh stated this while receiving the Public Sector Maritime Icon Award given to him by Vanguard Newspaper in Lagos even has he described the award as a challenge to selflessly work harder in the interest of Nigeria and humanity.

According to him, whatever was being done that attracted the accolades and honour to him and NIMASA under his leadership will be improved upon to make all Nigerians and Vanguard Newspaper proud while also justifying the honour.

Jamoh thanked members of the NIMASA board, executive management Team and all staff of the agency for their contributions to the success stories the nation’s foremost maritime administration has been associated with

He gave assurrance that, in months to come, NIMASA in performance of its statutory functions, would scale up activities to achieve more for investors, professionals and all stakeholders in the nation’s maritime industry

“This calls for more work, more tasks, and more sustainable success. We have so many things in place, and , God willing, within the coming months, we have to double up our efforts to justify this award. “It is a challenge, and whatever we did before that impressed the selection committee, now we have to double our efforts. For me, I don’t see the award as just an award in name, but as a challenge.

“The essence of leadership wherever you go is to make a difference to the people and the society. So if your position of leadership cannot change dimensions, then the essence of leadership is far from being achieved

“The Vanguard Newspaper recognised our efforts because there are some impacts and changes, but there are so many areas in which we need to do more, which we must be able to do in the coming months. So we need to double our efforts”, he said, shortly after receiving his award plaque and certificate,” he added. Notable maritime stakeholders who witnesses the ceremony agreed that the NIMASA DG has worked hard within a short period to justify the honour.

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