A pressure group within the All Progressives Congress called Buhari/APC Anti-Corruption Support Group on Friday staged a protest to the Abuja office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The group is asking the anti-graft agency to look into the financial records of the APC which they alleged is shrouded in secrecy since the election of John Oyegun as National Chairman. 

The group, which had earlier rallied in the Julius Berger area of the FCT in support of the anti-corruption fight of the current administration, later proceeded to the EFCC office to submit the petition.

The group is praying the EFCC to compel the ruling party’s national chairman to get the party’s account audited and for the EFCC to probe the finances of the party in the last four years.

The group displayed several banners and placards with various messages like:

“EFCC Must Prope Oyegun Now!”

“Audit APC’s Account Now”

“Oyegun Is Killing the Anti-Corruption Policy of Buhari”

EFCC officials who attended to the group however refused to collect the petition citing non-attachment of necessary documentary evidence and facts to the petition.

After several minutes of argument with the EFCC officials who stood their ground, the group leaders angrily left, threatening to resort to legal actions against the APC Nat’l chairman and the EFCC.

The group was led by Ishola Adeshina  APC stalwart and supported by the Southwest Public Relations Officer of the party Amuda Kamilu

Ishola lamented the refusal of EFCC agents to acknowledge and accept the petition. 

“I’m thoroughly disappointed by the attitude displayed by the EFCC today. At least they should have collected the petition and if it lacks merit after investigation, they can drop it. The EFCC is mandated to investigate all corruption allegations, but it has woefully failed in that respect today. We are heading to court” he submitted.

On Thursday, another pro-Buhari group protested at the party’s headquarters calling for the sack of Oyegun.

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