Ex-FIRS Boss Nami Approved N11bn ‘Suspicious’ Payments After His Exit

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After his sudden exit as chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Muhammad Nami went on to approve N6 billion as payments to several contractors and consultants.

Name, who was succeeded by Zacchaeus Adedeji, greenlit the payments two days after he was sacked on September 14, according to documents revealed

Officials privy to the development — but not authorized to speak on the matter — said the former FIRS boss directed a staff of the finance, audit, and internal affairs departments to work on Saturday and Sunday to perfect some financial transactions while files were allegedly moved from the agency’s headquarters to his house, where they were said to have been “backdated and signed”.

Our Sources who are familiar with the matter told Our Correspondent that Nami also moved about N5 billion to the account of the Joint Tax Board (JTB) from the FIRS account

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