Gov. Masari accuses Ex-Gov. Shema of stealing N400m worth cars

Gov. Masari accuses Ex-Gov. Shema of stealing N400m worth cars

Katsina State governor, Aminu Masari, has accused his predecessor, ex-governor Ibrahim Shema of stealing the state vehicles worth N400m at the twilight of his administration.

Gov. Masari leveled the allegation of stealing against the former governor on Friday while speaking with newsmen.

He revealed that his predecessor, and his cronies looted the state treasury, and carted away properties including vehicles worth N400m under the pretense of buying them.

“Can you imagine a car of N78 million bought in 2014 was sold for just N3 million, another N10 million vehicle for N990,000, this is disturbing,” Gov. Masari said of the alleged fraud perpetrated by Shema at his administration’s eleventh hour.


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