FCTA suspends 13 officers over EFCC prosecution

FCT Minister, Muhammed Bello
FCT Minister, Muhammed Bello

The FCT Administration has approved the suspension of 13 officers undergoing prosecution by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The FCT Permanent Secretary, Babatope Ajakaiye, made this disclosure on Friday in his office at Area 11, Garki I District, Abuja.

According to him, the suspension is in line with the Public Service Rule 030406, which states, “where a prima facie case, the nature of which is serious, has been established against an officer and it is considered necessary in the public interest that he/she should forthwith be prohibited from carrying out his/her duties, pending the determination of the case”.

“It therefore becomes expedient to suspend the following officers in line with the extant rules,” a statement by Muhammad Sule, deputy director and chief press secretary, said.

The affected officers are:-

  • Suleiman Idris – Assistant Director, Transportation Secretariat
  • Idris Usman – Assistant Director, Engineering Services Department, FCDA
  • Mohammed Ishaq – Chief Planning Officer, Urban & Regional Planning Department
  • Helen Olokpo – Principal Town Planning Officer, Urban & Regional Planning Department
  • Bamidele Olaitan – Principal Education Officer, Education Secretariat
  • Ambrose Samchi – Principal Accountant, Treasury Services Department
  • Hassan Argungu – Principal Land Officer, AGIS
  • Saba Mohammed – Senior Data Officer, AGIS
  • Yusuf Baba – Senior Administrative Officer, AGIS
  • Abdullahi Musa – Senior Administrative Officer, Deeds Registrar’s Office
  • Abraham Murtala Belel – Senior Accountant, Treasury Services Department
  • Andrew Gwani – Land Officer
  • Abdulmalik Teina – Senior Accountant, Treasury Services Department

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  • Rommel

    There is unemployment everywhere so should people be found wanting,they should be shown the door while serious people be recruited to take their place

  • Mickey Law

    I can see that individuals and Government Agencies are keying into the Anti Corruption fight of PMB

  • Burbank

    Every one is beginning to fear Buhari’s whip.

  • saheedl

    This is in keeping with the President’s anticoruption Stans. This is a big menace that needs tackling before we talk about progress in Nigeria.