Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB, an anti-corruption agency under the Presidency, has said it will verify the N48 billion worth of assets declared by the newly inaugurated Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State.
Moses Atolagbe, the director, Oyo State office of CCB, disclosed this to journalists in Ibadan on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
He stated that the verification will commence as soon as relevant directives were given from the CCB headquarters
Atolagbe also said assets of the officials of the last administration in the state would be verified.
He added that there were a few people in the last administration of the state who were yet to comply with the asset declaration.
He said: “We have a few people that have not complied with the position of the law.
“They are very few in number; some of them are out of the country and others are based it on health ground.
“They have got in touch with the bureau and one of them showed up on Monday.
“We will just give them a little ample opportunity when they don’t comply they would be prosecuted.
“We have done that before, a former commissioner Oyo State in time past had been prosecuted for failure to comply.”
Recall that Governor Makinde had earlier declared personal assets worth N48 billion.