Uduaghan speaks on defecting to APC to escape EFCC investigation

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A former Governor of Delta State, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has spoken on claims that he defected from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to the All Progressives Congress, in order to avoid being probed by the Economic and Financial Crimes, EFCC.

Uduaghan pointed out that he was one of the most investigated past governors in the country and therefore had nothing to fear.

He said this when he appeared on Channels Television at the weekend, where he claimed that virtually everything he did was investigated.

Uduaghan said, “I’m the most investigated former governor. I’ve gone to EFCC in Lagos, Port Harcourt, in Enugu, in Benin and Abuja.

“So, what other investigations are they talking about? The EFCC has come to Delta State this last three years, took the SSG office for three days.

“It has never happened in any state. It called all the permanent secretaries, arrested some people and bought them to Asaba. I’m one of the most investigated past governors in the last three or over three years.

“If you go to the EFCC, they’ll tell you that the highest number of petitions is from Delta State. There’s virtually nothing I’ve done that has not been investigated by the EFCC.

“What other investigation is going to happen again? EFCC has virtually turned Delta State up, down, left, right and centre. So my defection has nothing to do with EFCC.”

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