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Paris club loan: Court orders forfeiture of N1.2bn

Court orders forfeiture

*Companies involved in fraud named in court Justice O. Oguntoyinbo of the Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos, on Friday, 13th October, 2017, ordered an interim forfeiture of the sum of N1, 222, 384, 857.84 (One Billion, Two Hundred and Twenty-two Million, Three Hundred and Eighty-four Thousand, Eight Hundred …

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EFCC probes another Senator, Peter Nwaoboshi

Senator Peter Nwaoboshi....N4billion contract fraud hanging amongst other issues

*For alleged diversion of N1.2b NEXIM loan *Involved in another matter, hiding 48 bank accounts Senator representing Delta North Constituency, Peter Nwaoboshi, has been summoned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for obtaining a loan of N1.2billion from the Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) to buy electrical equipment but …

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$1.6bn fraud: I can only be tried with Omokore – Diezani

EFCC gets forfeiture order against Diezani

*There is no fair hearing if I am excluded Former minister of petroleum resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, on Monday said that she is willing to appear in court to defend herself, but her name has been ‘surreptitiously’ left out of the list of defendants in the $1.9 billion, nine-count charge of …

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Alleged corruption: Saraki in fresh trouble again

Senator Bukola Saraki President of Nigerian Senate...dynasty

*Court orders his aide to be investigated for alleged corruption *Dr. Izuagbe, the Managing Director of Carlisle Properties is focus Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, is in a fresh trouble again. Lagos businessman Dr. Kennedy Izuagbe, Managing Director of Carlisle Properties, had rushed to a Federal High Court in Lagos …

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Senator Nwaoboshi loses 12-storey building to corruption

Senator Peter Nwaoboshi and the Guinea House

*Court orders temporary forfeiture *May also face criminal charges Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the temporary forfeiture of a 12-storey building at 27 Marine Road, Apapa, belonging to Senator Peter Nwaoboshi (PDP-Delta North Senatorial District), until the conclusion of investigations. The order followed an application by the Economic …

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Again, Diezani to lose 56 houses in Lagos, Port Harcourt

Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke...again?

*Court orders forfeiture of mansions valued at N3.3billion Justice Abdulaziz Anka of the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the interim forfeiture of 56 houses allegedly bought between 2011 and 2013 for $21,982,224 million (N3,320,000,000 billion) by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke. Justice Anka, …

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FG seizes N664m from Onubuogo, ex-permsec, others

Clement Iloh Onubuogo

*Parties interested have 14 days to object to forfeiture order Clement Iloh Onubuogo, a former Permanent Secretary during the Goodluck Jonathan regime has temporarily forfeited the sum of N664,475,246.60 and $137,680.11 found in his accounts to the government pending the determination of his criminal prosecution. Also forfeited were two buildings, …

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Diezanigate scandal: EFCC arrests, detains Tunde Ayeni

Tunde Ayeni...under EFCC gulag

Billionaire fraudster, Mr Tunde Ayeni, is in currently being detained by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] over the sack of ICPC Board member nominee, Maimuna Aliyu. Mr Ayeni is in detention over some high level massive corruption perpetrated in connivance with top employees of Aso Savings & Loans …

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Super Eagles: Supermarket to trade Nigerian players

Gernot Rohr...it is the surprise element we need against Zambia

From Francis Achi Super Eagles of Nigeria is one of the very popular national teams in the world of football with high rating. The team get so much attention in the media all over the world in their build up to any game, be it a friendly or competitive one or and …

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