Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, popularly known as “SAS”, has surrendered himself to Nigeria’s EFCC to answer questions bordering on graft during his eigth-year tenure as governor of Borno State.
In the past, SAS ignored the EFCC’s summons. He could have walked into the EFCC’s net on Wednesday because a new government is now in power.
EFFC’s spokesman Wilson Uwugiaren confirmed that SAS was in the anti-graft agency’s custody.
SAS was the governor of Borno State from 2003 to 2011 under the ANPP platform. He co-founded the APC but later defected to the then ruling PDP.
Boko Haram’s origins have been traced to the time SAS was governor.

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