Office Abadi prevents corruption deals man from entering the Secretariat

Fri, 19 Aug 2016 13:01:37

News/monitor Baghdad.

An informed source revealed on Friday that the Iraqi Prime Minister's Office informed his advisers and employees of queries not receiving businessman Ibrahim Al-Baghdadi, barred from entering the Office in addition to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.

The source said, he "was ordered to pull the bug area (experts) were stopped later."

"It came after several reminders to investigate acts of Baghdadi and exploit his relationship with the head of the investment authority, Sami Al-araji for large plots in Baghdad and slice it up for sale to get large sums without any project enshrined in the body".

It's worth mentioning that Ibrahim Al-Baghdadi was President of the National Council of businessmen, supported by former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and was expelled after detecting forged documents pertaining to the certificate in addition to forging signatures and issuing a visa to Europe for and then founded the Iraqi Economic Council based in Babylon hotel to practice the same previous activities in partnership with prominent businessmen EA Asadi who owns more shares of hotel Babylon.