The arms purchase probe panel will examine contracts executed during the administrations of no fewer than 19 former military chiefs. They are five Chiefs of Defence Staff, 14 Service Chiefs; four National Security Advisers (NSAs) and eight former Ministers of Defence.
Some of the officers, according to sources, have started making moves to have access to “vital records”.
It was also learnt that five Israelis, who played major roles in arms procurement for the military in the last six years, are to be invited by the committee, whose members were named on Monday after President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive.
The Israelis reportedly left the country on the eve of the general elections, following signs that Buhari might win the poll.
The government has directed that tight security be provided for members of the panel.
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