EFCC Discovers Multi-Million Gold Jewelries from Ex-NSA In-Law's House



We live in a country were few are super rich and the majority are struggling to feed. It's all about a few sharing and enjoying the money that should have been used to serve all Nigerians.
The EFCC has recovered jewelleries worth millions of Naira from the house of one Akka Babba Danagundi, brother-in-law to a former National Security Adviser to Late President, Umar Musa Yar’aduwa, Major General Abdullahi Sarki Mukhtar.
The jewelleries were found in a fireproof safe hidden in a house.

About 50 documents in respect of landed properties bearing the name of the former NSA and his wife, Binta Sarki Mukhtar were also discovered.
The house, belonging to one Akka Babba Danagundi, is located at No. 375, Gwangwazo quarters of Kano Municipal, Kano State. 
The discovery was sequel to an intelligence report alleging that huge sums of money including foreign currencies were hidden in the premises.
During the operation, Aiko Fireproof safe and 7 suspects including the house owner, Danagundi were arrested and brought to EFCC 's Kano Zonal Office where their statements was taken. 
On arriving at the commission’s Kano Zonal Office, the safe was opened and jewelleries such as necklaces and wristwatches including 50 Certificates of Occupancy for properties located in Kano, Kaduna and Abuja were found. The jewelleries found includes 55 wristwatches, including three gold watches. Also 37 gold jewellery weighing 1,907.9g and another 15 pieces of fashion jewelleries were found.
Danagundi is still in EFCC custody as at the time of reporting.