Arms deal: How Dokpesi Collected N2.1bn For Doing Nothing – Witness
Mr. Abubakar Madaki, a prosecution witness in the on-going trial of former Chairman, DAAR Communications Plc, Mr Raymond Dokpesi, Friday, told the Federal High Court, Abuja that the accused received money for rendering no services.
Madaki, under cross examination by Dokpesi’s counsel, Mr Kanu Agabi (SAN), said that: “Dokpesi was paid for doing nothing, for rendering no service”.
The witness said that the N2.1 billion, under investigation was funds from the office of the National Security Adviser.
According to him, all the funds in the account of the National Security Adviser are for national security.
The witness, an operative of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) said that he was part of the team that was appointed by the commission to investigate funds meant for national security that were allegedly diverted.
When Agabi sought to know what evidence he had of the diversion, the witness said: “the funds were found in their accounts when they had no reason to take it.
“This is because they could not account for any contract they executed for such payments.”
Justice John Tsoho adjourned the matter until April 13 for continuation of cross examination of the witness.