President Muhammadu Buhari, has set up a 13-member panel to probe former Presidents Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and Goodluck Jonathan, on procurement of arms and ammunition for the Armed Forces.
The investigative committee’s mandate is to identify irregularities and make recommendations for streamlining the procurement process in the Armed Forces.
The committee, which was constituted by the National Security Adviser, Major-General Babagana Monguno (rtd) is headed by AVM J.O.N. Ode (rtd.) while Brig-Gen. Y. I. Shalangwa is secretary.
Other members are Rear Admiral J. A. Aikhomu (rtd.), Rear Admiral E. Ogbor (rtd.), Brig-Gen. L. Adekagun (rtd.), Brig-Gen. M. Aminu-Kano (rtd.), Brig-Gen N. Rimtip (rtd.), Commodore T. D. Ikoli, Air Commodore U. Mohammed (rtd), Air Commodore I. Shafi’i, Col A. A. Ariyibi, GP Capt C.A. Oriaku (rtd) and Mr. I. Magu (EFCC).
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