Dokpesi: Money I Received Was For Publicity And Media In Political Campaigns

Dokpesi: Money I Received Was For Publicity And Media In Political Campaigns


Aeogho Dokpesi, Daar Communication (Ray Power and AIT) organizer, has clarified what happened on Tuesday 1 December 2015 when the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) welcomed him.

Raymond Dokpesi, AIT Chairman

In an announcement marked by the
administration of DAAR Communications Plc, he said that around 2.00pm that day, the Ag. Director of the EFCC, Alhaji Ibrahim Magu, through a telephone call, welcomed him to the Commission.

On arriving, he was asked for to, "shed all the more light on a few installments that were made to him through the workplace of the recent National Security Adviser to the previous President, Malam Sambo Dasuki."

Dokpesi disclosed to the EFCC authorities that the N2.1 billion that he gathered from the previous NSA was installment for attention and media political battles amid the 2015 General Elections."

High Chief Aleogho Dokpesi "put forth his expression on the different media exposures and crusade exchanges which were obediently completed construct basically with respect to contractual commitments/relationship."

The announcement however did not clarify how the workplace of the National Security Adviser turned into the clerk office for the installment of battle costs and the wellspring of the cash.

A unique board and the EFCC are examining how trillions of naira planned for protection were spent in the most recent eight years. A between time report by the board effectively reported fake contracts in overabundance of $2 billion.