Col. Ojogbane Adegbe, the former aide-de-camp to the immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan, has cautioned that another Dasukigate may loom if he is forced to open the can of worms that transpired in that administration, Daily Sun reports.
Adegbe, it was learnt, was arrested by the operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, February 10, in Lagos, where he was being interrogated before he was flown to Abuja on Thursday, February 11, 2016.
It was gathered that ongoing interrogation of the former ADC by operatives of the EFCC could open up a new can of worms, which “could surpass what is now called Dasukigate.”
An impeccable source of the EFCC said the anti-corruption agency is hopeful that the former ADC may soon give details of all he knows with regards to financial transactions and the dramatic personae involved in the last administration.
Preliminary findings, including recovered documents, were said to have hinted of large-scale questionable expenditure with funds sourced from and outside the arms purchase deals.
It was gathered that during the interrogation of the former ADC, the “mind-boggling spending” during the two weeks’ extension of the general election, “which runs into several trillions of naira, when converted from foreign currency,” was brought to light.