EFCC Drills Stella Oduah over bulletproof scandal


Former Aviation Minister, Stella Oduah, was yesterday April 2nd invited by men of the Intelligence and Special Operations Unit of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, where she was subjected to a 5-hour question drill as regards the $1.6m BMW bullet-proof car purchase scandal that rocked the Aviation Ministry when she served as Minister of Aviation.

Oduah, who arrived the Idiagbon House Headquarters' of the EFFC office in Abuja at about 10.05am, was there till about 3pm.



Sources at the EFCC told reporters that Ms Oduah co-operated well with the interrogators and made useful statements that would help in further investigations. She was given provisional bail yesterday and is expected to appear before the EFCC investigators in the nearest future.
Stella Oduah is been investigated for allegedly compelling the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to pay Coscharis Motors, an auto dealer, approximately $1.6 million (N255million) for two BMW bullet‑proof cars which should have cost $267,000 for each car. 

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