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NASCO breaks silence on allegations of sponsorship of Boko Haram, other terrorists in Nigeria

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The Administration of NASCO Group Nigeria has debunked stories making the rounds the place the corporate is linked to the sponsorship of terrorism within the nation.

A Freelance investigative journalist, David Hundeyin, had revealed a report that the late NASCO boss, Dr. Ahmed Nasreddin alongside another outstanding northern figures had been allegedly financing some regional terrorism, together with Boko Haram.

However a press release by NASCO Group administration signed by Goddie Ofose, Editor-in-Chief, and ex- President of, BJAN, the corporate, described the allegation as defamatory and slanderous.

NASCO mentioned they’ve by no means, and can by no means be sponsors to any legal act, group, or violence of any variety that can disrupt the peace and tranquility of the Nigerian state or any nation on the earth.

The assertion added, “After the unlucky occasions of 2001, 1000’s of individuals and entities all over the world had been subjected to numerous investigations.

NASCO identified {that a} detailed investigation by the UN Safety Council and the US Authorities completely exonerated Nasreddin of all of the allegations, establishing that the corporate was by no means a part of any sponsorship of terrorism.

The corporate additional cited an identical investigation carried out by the NIA which additionally exonerated them and their late boss of any act or complicity within the sponsorship of terrorism in Nigeria or in every other nation.

“NASCO may categorically affirm that it has by no means been related to nor had companies dealings with any of the individuals talked about within the false report,” the corporate mentioned.

NASCO group mentioned the report containing the allegations towards it was pretend and written in a clearly orchestrated method with malicious intent, geared toward inflicting industrial injury to their manufacturers.

Recall that Senator Shehu Sani who represented the Kaduna Central throughout the eighth Nationwide Meeting had expressed considerations and likewise skeptical over allegations that the late founding father of NASCO Group, producers of the favored Nasco Cornflakes, Ahmed Idris Nasreddin, was a part of these sponsoring terrorism within the North.

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