The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has interrogated the Director of Finance of the Goodluck Jonathan Organisation, Senator Nenadi Usman, for her alleged role in the N23bn ($115m) reportedly disbursed by ex-Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke.
Alison-Madueke reportedly shared the money during the build-up to the 2015 presidential election, which Jonathan lost.
The anti-graft agency also traced the payment of N1.85bn to two former governors and three senators from the Diezani funds, sources report.
He reportedly told the EFCC during interrogation that she met Diezani shortly before the election and the ex-minister gave her a paper containing a specific amount of money to be given to each states of the federation.
Usman also claimed that the former minister also directed her to contact and send all the representatives of every state to go to Fidelity Bank and collect the campaign slush funds so as to deliver victory for the Peoples Democratic Party across the country.
The anti-graft agency added, “The former DG, Nenadi, told the zonal office of the commission that Bauchi State got N500m through Senator Babayo Garba; Gombe State got N450m through Senator Saidu Kumo; Adamawa State got N450m through former governor James Ngilari while Taraba State collected the same N450m through the former acting governor of the state, Sani Danladi; and Senator Joel Ikenya.