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By Mohammed Munirat Nasir (Zamfara State Correspondent)

Zamfara state government has constituted a Commission of Inquiry to investigate former governor Abdul'Aziz Yari Abubakar administration over missing N107 billion.

This was disclosed by Zamfara state deputy governor, Barrister Mahdi Aliyu Gusau on Wednesday while briefing journalists after the state Executive Council meeting held at the Government House, Gusau.

The deputy governor said governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle gave the directive for the formation of the Commission of Inquiry following the gross misappropriation discovered by the state projects verification committee as contained in its final report submitted by the committee to the council.

Mahdi added that the council during its deliberations discovered a lot of loopholes in the financial activities of the Yari led administration.

"The findings of the committee shows that the previous administration over invoiced projects to the tune of the total of N107 billion in 8 years," he said.

Mahdi said the Commission of Inquiry will be chaired by Justice Abdullahi Yusuf, former Chief Judge Katsina state.

Other members includes Barrister Aliyu Salihu, Malam Aliyu Modibo Gusau, Malam Umar Yau and Barrister Musa Garba Bukkuyum.

The deputy governor also disclosed that the state government will write a letter to President Muhammad Buhari, the Governor of Central Bank, UBA and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to investigate the sale of the N37 billion Promissory Notes and prosecute those involved in the scam on Zamfara state. NNL.

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