Judge orders final forfeiture of N34 billion linked to Diezani Alison-Madueke | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

A federal court in Lagos has ordered the final forfeiture of N23.4 billion, N9.08 billion, and $5 million (about N34 billion in total) linked to former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke.

Justice Muslim Hassan, who had issued an interim forfeiture order on the funds on January 6, on Thursday gave a “final forfeiture order” on the funds.

The judge said he was satisfied with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s argument that the monies were proceeds of illegal activity.

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  1. very good. where are the blind plp oooo. the likes of Fayose

  2. Can't believe this just happened. Can this be true that nobody came forward to claim ownership of the fund even after the judge had given a 2 weeks notice to the public for the owner to come and lay claim to the money. I regret calling this government names just because I hated Buhari. Deeply sorry about that. Please may God Almighty fight this fight for the common man of this country and may God Almighty continue to grant Buhari more wisdom. Nonetheless, restructuring is the answer to our unending problems.

  3. With this bogus amount of looted cash, if someone decided to spend #100,000 daily it will take you 919years to finish #34,000,000,000. Is this not crazy looting by association of looters?

  4. God bless Buhari. I am sorry to have said wrong things about u sir. U cannot die ooo. God please keep Buhari, we need him more than ever. God bless Nigeria#Nigeria will rise again

  5. God bless Buhari. God bless EFCC. God bless Nigeria.

  6. This govt has done much just that the level of corruption in the country has not made shown of it.
    But there is level of cautions and fear of prosecution.

    it can not be totally eradicates but let it be reduce to the minimal level so that the money that will be release into the economy can make impact.

    Nigeria will be GREAT again........IT IS OUR COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY


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