Wise men says nine days for the thief and one day for the owner, this assertion at the moment applies to the sharp practices involving a Nasarawa state representative of the Federal ministry of labour and productivity, Ahmed Dalhatu, the Madakin Azara.
Universalreporters247.com investigation reveals that he meet his waterloo when one of his victims exposed his dirty deal, he said he collected the sum N100,000 to secure appointment at the Federal University, Lafia, universalreporters247.com also gathered that majority of the suspended employees from the University are his prey who paid N400,000 to N500,000.
It was authoritatively unfolded that the appointment racketeering of Madakin Azara was also worst at the Nasarawa Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corp (NSCDC) where his accomplices were detained for forging scores of appointment letters of the NSCDC.
“One of his boy by name Sarkin Lafia was detained in our custody for days for forging our appointment letters” as the insider pleaded anonymity as at press time.
Reliable sources unveiled that the highly placed personality uses his position to collect chunk amount of money to secure employment for his victims both at Federal and state level using some errand boys to carry out his dirty deals.
A source maintained that vast of the employees placed on suspension are his victims including his acolyte, an insider from the institution affirmed that Madakin Azara is using his boys who are among the suspended staff to forge appointment letters for all sorts of people who are yet to be fully documented before their suspension.
His predicament started after the protest staged by the staff over percentage payment during the reign of the former Vice Chancellor, Professor Ekanem Braide.
Madakin Azara when contacted confessed and admitted that he collected the sum of N100,000 from his brother being payment for appointment by a staff of Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia, a person he identified as Abubakar.
At VIP guest House, Madakin Azara confesses that the change of government seriously affected his dirty deals, he further stated that people within Abuja paid money ranging from N1,000,000 and above for recruitment into Immigration service.
“But our problem in the North-central is envy that somebody Just pay N100,000 and will start shouting and broadcasting”.