Bribery Allegation: Kano Anti-corruption Commission Indicts Ganduje

During the One Day Public Dialogue on Anti-Corruption Crusade in Kano event held on Wednesday, Barrister Muhuyi Magaji Rimingado, the Chairman of the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission (PCACC), revealed that forensic analysis had validated the authenticity of the dollar videos implicating former Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje. The announcement comes as a significant development in the ongoing investigation.

Addressing the audience, Rimingado stated that extensive forensic analysis had been conducted on the controversial videos, and the results conclusively determined that they had not been doctored or manipulated. The dollar videos sparked widespread controversy and raised serious allegations against the former governor regarding corrupt practices.

“The forensic analysis carried out on the dollar videos has provided concrete evidence that the videos are genuine and unaltered,” declared Rimingado. “This validates the claims made in the videos and highlights the need for a thorough investigation into the alleged corrupt practices.”

The Kano State PCACC Chairman further emphasized the commission’s commitment to fighting corruption and ensuring accountability among public officials. He urged citizens to remain vigilant and report any suspected cases of corruption to the commission, assuring them that their complaints would be thoroughly investigated.

The revelation of the forensic analysis results has stirred up renewed public interest and increased pressure on the relevant authorities to take appropriate action. The confirmation of the videos’ authenticity will likely have far-reaching implications for the former governor and could potentially lead to further investigations and legal proceedings.

As the investigation continues, the Kano State PCACC remains steadfast in its mission to combat corruption and uphold transparency in governance. The revelation of the unaltered nature of the dollar videos represents a significant step forward in the fight against corruption in the state, demonstrating the commission’s determination to hold public officials accountable for their actions.