There are indications that the immediate past Governor of the Central Bank (CBN),Professor Chukwuma Soludo, may be charged to court by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over the contract for the printing of the N20 polymer notes in 2006.
Soludo was quizzed last Thursday and Friday by operatives of the commission in connection with the N750million alleged bribe in the process of awarding the contract.
Some CBN officials were said to have received bribe from the Australian firm of Securency International Pty which secured the contract.
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The Nation gathered that the EFCC legal team is sorting out all the necessary details which would enable them file charges against Soludo.
Confirming this development to The Nation yesterday, Wilson Uwujaren, Head Publicity, EFCC, said: “Don’t forget that the investigation on the matter is ongoing.
“But I can assure that the EFCC’s legal team is working round the clock to ensure that all the paper work is perfected to enable us prosecute the case against the former CBN governor anytime soon.”
Pressed further, he said: “The public will definitely be carried along as we proceed with the case. But I can assure you that the whole process will be as transparent as possible.”