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FBI Says It Has Reviewed FOIPA Request, Will Begin Release Of Bola Tinubu Documents

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has commenced the release of files containing data and information relating to criminal activities of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

In the introductory letter to the document published on Plainsite website owned and run by Aaron Greenspan, FBI said that it has completed its interim review of records subject to the Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts (FOIPA) that are responsive to Greenspan’s request.

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The letter was signed by the Section Chief for Record/Information Dissemination Section, Information Management Division of FBI, Mr. Michael G. Seidel. The Bureau noted that the enclosed documents were reviewed under the FOIPA, Title 5, United States Code, Section 552/552a with checked boxes under applicable statutes for the exemptions asserted to protect information exempt from disclosure.

“The appropriate exemptions are noted on the processed pages next to redacted information.

In addition, a deleted page information sheet was inserted to indicate where pages were withheld entirely pursuant to applicable exemptions.

“An Explanation of Exemptions is enclosed to further explain justification for withheld information,” FBI added.

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