According to the Kano Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission, the investigation into a case involving former governor Umar Ganduje in a Dollar Video Clip has advanced significantly.
Muhyi Magaji Rimin Gado, the chairman of the commission, told reporters on Tuesday that they have since invited several forensic experts who will thoroughly examine the video clip to comprehend its substance.
According to Muhyi, the controversy surrounding Ganduje and the purported video continues to be of great interest to the Kano people, and as such, the Commission is sworn to uncover the truth.
The Chairman, who emphasized that the Commission has the necessary legal authority to address the issues surrounding the Ganduje Dollar Video Clip, said that reports that a court lawsuit has been filed to that effect have no bearing on their investigation.
In Kano, the general people wants to hear the truth about what transpired, and he promised that the Commission was not in any way attempting to blackmail anyone.
When asked about the arrest of Ganduje’s former Commissioner for Works over an alleged N1 billion 30 scam in road maintenance, Muhyi said that the money was taken on a one-sided order while the job was still unfinished.
Muhyi stated that the Commissioner and two additional individuals are already in the agency’s custody and will be brought before a judge as soon as inquiries are finished.