Nigerian Chartered Accountant, Dapo Apara has accused the National Chairman of the APC, Bola Tinubu; a consulting firm, Alpha-beta, and a former commissioner in the state, Mr. Akin Doherty, of fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, and sundry corrupt practices.
Apara, in writ of summons deposed at a Lagos high court, claimed that Tinubu and Alpha-beta reneged on certain agreements reached in the past about the management and control of the consulting firm.
Alpha-beta is a consulting firm handling the computation, tracking and reconciliation of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in Lagos State in return for a commission.
Mr. Apara, who claims to own 30 per cent stake in the company, alleged that Mr. Tinubu “has directed and dictated the affairs” of the company by diverting assets to himself at the detriment of the claimant (Mr. Apara).
According to Apara, apart from owning 30 per cent stake in the company, other stakeholders are Michael Ogunmola, trading under the name and style Mono Consulting (40 per cent); Tunde Badejo, trading under the name and style Ebo Consult (15 per cent); and again, Tunde Badejo, trading under the name and style Intergrev Services (15 per cent).
He further claimed that the company was being used for “massive corruption purposes including tax evasion, bribery of government officials, diversion of funds” and money laundering.Follow us on social media