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My Ministry Didn’t Reinstate EFCC Wanted Ex-Pension Reform Boss, He Was Sent To Us – Interior Minister Dambazau


Former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team
Former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team

Nigeria’s Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, has reacted to the story on how the federal government reinstated a sacked civil servant despite a pending corruption trial.
The chairman of the defunct Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, who is still on the EFCC’s wanted list was secretly recalled to the service and promoted to head a directorate in the Interior ministry.

Maina allegedly swindled over N2 billion Pensions fund in the office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation. He remains at large, after charges were filed against his accomplices,” the EFCC stated on its website.
Mr. Dambazau, in a statement by his press secretary, Ehisienmen Osaigbovo, confirmed that Mr. Maina is now in charge of the Human Resources Department of the ministry.
The minister however denied responsibility for Mr. Maina’s recall to the service.
The statement explained that Mr. Maina “was posted few days ago to the Ministry of Interior by the Office of the Head of Service on an Acting capacity to fill a vacancy created following the retirement of the Director heading the Human Resources Department in the Ministry”.
The minister blamed Mr. Maina’s recall on the Office of the Head of Service of the Federation and the Federal Civil Service Commission.
He said the two bodies are responsible for “issues relating to Discipline, Employment, Re-engagement, Posting, Promotion and Retirements of Federal Civil Servants.”

The statement did not say if Mr. Dambazau was aware Mr. Maina is still a fugitive wanted by the EFCC.

“It is understood that Maina’s last posting was with the Ministry of Interior, and that is probably why he was re-posted back to the Ministry,” the statement added.

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