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FBI Has More Pages On Tinubu Than Malcolm X - David Hundeyin Tells ABC News (Video)

Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 20th Sep, 2023 - tori.ng

Hundeyin told the news station that Nigeria's judiciary is not really independent as the executive controls their funds.

 
Investigative journalist, David Hundeyin has appeared on American television channel, ABC News to discuss evidence the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI is about releasing on Nigeria's President Bola Tinubu.
 
Speaking on American Broadcasting Company (ABC) News, David Hundeyin made it known that in over 30 years, Tinubu managed to get away with all of this baggage hanging around him but this is the first time the right questions are actually being raised and pursued.
 
The news anchor then moved on to query if these things happened decades ago as backed up by the documents in his revelations, why then has he managed to evade the judiciary, as recently as the appeal court, who rejected the petitions put against him.
 
In response, Hundeyin clarified that the judiciary is not really independent as the executive controls their funds. He also said the courts chose to dwell on technicalities on how the evidence was submitted than the actual merit of the case for instance, saying a bank account committed the drug trafficking crime despite an account not being a standalone entity.
 
The interviewer then asked after the purported agreement to release Tinubu’s documents by the FBI and his role in it. David Hundeyin said initially, the FBI refused to release the documents because he was a private citizen. However, after being announced as the President of Nigeria by INEC, he is no longer a private citizen.
 
Aaron Greenspan (owner of Plainsite.org, whose website was subjected to ridicule by APC and Tinubu supporters for their role in making public, the court documents showing Tinubu’s assets forfeiture) together with Hundeyin and a pro bono lawyer, filed FOIAs for the release of the documents. After stonewalling for a while, it was announced on September 8 that all 6 US agencies including the FBI, CIA, DEA and IRS agreed to release the documents.
 
The FBI also said they would be releasing 2500 pages of documents on Bola Tinubu, which is even more than what they had on Malcom X, accused of preaching racism and violence in the US.
 
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