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General of the Nigerian
Immigration Service, NIS, Mr.
David Shikfu Paradang, yesterday,
told the Federal High Court sitting
in Abuja that Comptrollers in each
state of the federation, “received
alert of N300, 000.00”, a day before
the ill-fated recruitment exercise
took place.
Narrating what transpired
before the ill-fated exercise that
led to the death of 20 persons
across the country in 2014, he
explained how it was planned and
executed before the Federal High
Court, the former Comptroller
General exonerated himself from
blame, stating that the entire
exercise was the handwork of the
former Minister of Interior, Abba
Paradang, who insisted that he
was not fully carried along by the
former minister Moro, told the
court that all the Comptrollers
in each state of the federation,
“received alert of N300, 000.00”,
a day before the recruitment exercise took place.
He said the “alert” was
sponsored by the company the
ex-Minister, Moro, awarded the
contract to recruit for the NIS,
Drexel Tech Nigeria Ltd.
The former NIS boss testified
before trial Justice Nnamdi
Dimgba as the star prosecution
witness, PW-1, of the Economic
and Financial Crimes Commission,
EFCC, which is prosecuting the
former Minister over alleged
N676million job scam.
Those equally on trial over the
alleged recruitment fraud are
the former Permanent Secretary
at the Ministry of Interior, Mrs.
Anastasia Daniel-Nwobia and a
Deputy Director in the Ministry,
Mr. F. O Alayebami. They were
charged alongside the firm. The
defendants are answering to an
11-count charge.

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