Road to 2023: Ex-Army general threatens legal action over N100 million bribery allegation

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From Noah Ebije, Kaduna

A People’s Democratic Party (PDP) aspirant for the Zango-Kataf/Jaba federal seat in the House of Representatives, Gen Simon Gora Katunku (retd), has denied the allegation that he received about N100 million to withdraw from his party’s primaries.

Katunku was alleged to have withdrawn from the contest after collecting N100m from one of his co-contestants, Gideon Jock, who lost out to the incumbent member, Amos Gwamna Magaji on Monday.

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The Ex-Army General challenged those levelling the allegation against his person to come forward with proof or risk legal action.

According to him, he stepped down from the race in the interest of strengthening true democracy in his constituency.

In a statement on Tuesday, Katunku said it was unfortunate that anyone would level such unfounded allegation against his person, adding that he was too big to be bought over with a ‘paltry sum of N100m’.

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“It is laughable that anyone would accuse me of collecting N100m to step down for anybody. I am worth far more than that.

“People need to stop mounting such campaign of calumny against their perceived rivals”. He said.

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He noted that the false allegation against him emanated from the camp of his political opponents who were out to tarnish his hard-earned reputation.

Meanwhile, Katunku congratulated the winner of the election and promised to work towards the success of the party in the general election.

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