Major General Yushua Mahmood Abubakar has demanded for an apology over the publication in some national dailies earlier today, that some mansions sealed off by the Economic Financial Crimes Commission belong to him and his spouse.
The General made the demand Tuesday, while emphasising that none of the property sealed off by EFCC in Kaduna and Abuja belongs him or his spouse as reported.
Some national dailies had reported, Tuesday that mansions belonging to the Army General and his spouse were sealed off by EFCC.
In a statement from the Directorate of Army Public Relations and signed by Col. Onyema Nwachukwu on behalf of the Acting Director, Army Public Relations, the Army also said General Abubakar was never, at any time invited nor interrogated by the anti graft agency.
While demanding a retraction and an apology over the publication, the statement said that General Abubakar was recently appointed as the Chief of Training and Operation after an excellent performance as Commander, Operation Lafia Dole, established to fight the Boko Haram insurgency in the North East.