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Drama as Nigerian governor expresses shock after N40m cash disappears from his bedroom inside government house



The governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Sule has been left in shock after mint-fresh dollars valued at over N40 million that was kept in his bedroom at the government house disappeared.

According to the OBSERVERSTIM report, the missing money, kept in drawers in the governor’s bedroom, were leftovers from a trough of hard currency stashed away in a private security safe in the apartment.

The report said the governor expressed surprise that despite the nearly impregnable security in the lodge, coupled with the fact that the locks to that section of the lodge, including the governor’s bedroom, were routinely changed the money still disappeared in the manner it did.

The source who spoke with OBSERVERSTIM on the development said that the Government and the Governor don’t want anybody to discuss the issue or make any official statement on this embarrassing incident.

While it was yet to be ascertained what the next moves of a governor on the missing money stole, they are speculation that some key loyalists working in the Governor’s lodge may be punished for “apparent negligence in allowing the real culprits to gain access to the otherwise restricted area of the lodge

The source said Stewards working at the Nasarawa State governor’s lodge in Lafia have been put under close watch and accusing fingers were being pointed at another staff member at the lodge described as one of those in charge of the overall management of the apartment.

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This development comes barely two years after unknown thieves stole millions of naira at the account section of the Kastina State Government House.

Although the government while confirming the missing money failed to state the amount which was stolen, sources familiar with the incident said it was in the sum of N31 million.

The government has yet to arrest anyone in connection with the missing money to date.

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