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Fuel Subsidy Fraud: Suspects fail to show up for the second time, court adjourns again
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had on Tuesday unveiled the first group of 20 suspected fraudsters billed for arraignment over their involvement in the subsidy scam.
The suspects include Mahmud Tukur, the son of the national chairman of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, Bamanga Tukur.
Mahmud is managaing director of Eterna Oil, which has as board chair, the vice-presidential candidate of the Action Congress of Nigeria in the 2011 election, Fola Adeola.
There are also reports that a Mamman Ali, believed to be the son of a former chairman of the PDP, Ahmadu Ali, is among suspects being held by the EFCC over the subsidy fraud.
The former PDP chairman was chair of the board of the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency when most of the subsidy scams were perpetrated.
Source: Sahara Reporters