Newsbreak: Tinubu’s files not missing-says Code of Conduct Bureau
By Abimbola Lukeman
The Code of Conduct Bureau, (CCB) documents relating to former Lagos State Governor, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu are not missing, the bureau said in Abuja on Wednesday.
Earlier in the week, the media were filled with reports that the documents relating to corruption allegation against Tinubu who is also the National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress, (APC) were missing at the CCB.
Speaking in Abuja at the ongoing 23rd Anti-corruption Situation Room organised by the Human and Environmental Development Agenda, (HEDA Resource Centre), the CCB Chairman through his Special Assistant, Mr Mustapha Musa said the reports of the missing files were false. Irohinoodua monitored the event held at Rockview Hotel in Abuja
Musa said ‘assuming Tinubu has any file with CCB and it is missing , that is not an issue. All the forms and documents, have electronic files. Whenever a file is missing , it will not become an issue.’
He said though he would not like to take over the responsibility of the CCB, he however noted that the CCB is efficient to ensure that all files are provided with alternative electronic alternatives.
He said ‘I cannot speak for them, but assuming the file is missing, we have all the supporting documents. We have all the files made by Tinubu’s lawyers. I can speak authoritatively, that there is nothing like mis