EFCC urged to follow due process in Zaura’s case

Personal Assistant and Spokesman for AA Zaura campaign organization, Ibrahim Garba Iceman (Right) during the briefing

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s (EFCC) has been advised to follow due process in prosecuting and investigating the case involving the All Progressives Congress (APC) Kano Central Senatorial Candidate, Abdussalam Abdulkarim Zaura popularly known as A. A. Zaura with a Kuwaitii National.

In a press conference addressed in Abuja Tuesday by Personal Assistant and Spokesman for AA Zaura campaign organization, Ibrahim Garba Iceman it noted that in as much as they appreciate the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s (EFCC) role on the matter, they  appeal for a fair hearing on the matter so that a proper investigation is done. so as not to ridicule the process because of his hard-earned reputation which was earned through hard work many years now.

“We have seen how great people are made and we also have seen how great institutions collapse for lack of self-evaluation, our only appeal to the EFCC is that they should meet us at the Supreme Court to test the law to avert infractions.

“Our principal is not evading court procedures but we appeal to a section of the media not to be biased on this matter. We urged them to please take a step further in asking the right questions so that facts can be established before rushing to the press.

“AA Zaura is first a Nigerian with all rights and privileges and also a man of honour that is testing the political waters. This too will make him stronger and more committed to his passion for mankind.

“We appreciate our teaming support groups and friends waiting with their PVCs ahead of the 2023 general elections to vote for AA Zaura.

“Together we shall create a new path toward sustainability and growth for our generation and the next if we vote wisely.

“We are also advising EFCC to reduce media showcase and focus on its Constitutional mandate as Zaura’s appeal was pending before the Supreme Court in appeal No.Sac/CR/45_/2022” the statement concluded.