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How EFCC Recovered $9.8million From Ex-NNPC GMD Andrew Yakubu

A special operation conducted by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on 3rd February, 2017 on a building belonging to a former Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Andrew Yakubu in Kaduna yielded the recovery of a staggering sum of $9,772,800 (Nine Million, Seven Hundred and Seven Two Thousand, Eight Hundred United States Dollars) and another sum of £74,000 (Seventy Four Thousand Pound Sterling) cash. The huge cash was hidden in a fire proof safe.
BY WILSON UWUJARENFEB 10, 2017

A Message from Senator Bruce

Recession didn’t just happen, people looted Nigeria into RECESSION...

Details of Corruption that has lead to Nigeria’s Recession

Corrupt Rich Nigerian Politicians and their Banks Where Money is Hidden

US Unveils 16 Richest Politicians From Nigeria And Names Of US Banks They Starch Away Public Funds.

BBC Podcast: Money Laundering By Nigerian Politicians

by BBC Peter Marsh

The Politics Of State Robbery In Nigeria By Chido Onumah

Late last month, as a section of the country awaited the triumphant return of James Ibori, an ex-governor of Delta State, who was jailed, incidentally, in the UK for his egregious looting of his state’s treasury while in office, the Nigerian media landscape was abuzz with stories about the mind-boggling salaries, allowances and other perquisites of office that elected officials and state functionaries in the country enjoy. 

Oil companies bribing Nigerian Leaders

What John Zibiri said about Nigeria

Frustration at Nigerian High Commission In London

Diezani Refunds 90 Billion Dollar CNN Confirmed

I start to imagine what a normal human being would ever need 13 Billion British Pounds that’s 27 trillions of Naira for in this limited world, which if divided according to the equivocal population of Nigerians 170,000,000 people each person will get over N158 millions.