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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by ebonytarki(m): 9:36am On Nov 14, 2015
Ex Governor Gabriel suswam had plans of recking d pple of Benue state.he owns dat acct.he stole dat money.justice will surely meet him.haba
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by free2ryhme: 9:38am On Nov 14, 2015
We now have "unknown account" in fela's time it was "unknown soldier"
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by GoodMuyis(m): 9:44am On Nov 14, 2015
Arrest all SINators from that state, someone will claim the money in the unknown account
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by lastpage: 9:55am On Nov 14, 2015

He said N1.8bn monthly salaries of primary school teachers owed between October 2013 and June 2014, was lodged in the fixed deposit account number 1017993231 with First Bank.

STOP taking we Nigerians for FOOLS please!

So, the account has NO NAME?
So the account was opened by a GHOST?
So the Account officer who opened the account ...did "documentation" for a GHOST, including the picture of the GHOST?
So, the Money-laundering Reporting for that account which will "activate" for funds over #500,000, suddenly became inactive, by itself?
So, the Branch Manager who reviews the CABAL (Customer Accnt Balance printout failed to see such amount?
So the person who initiated the transfer was high on Drugs?
So, the ACCRUING INTEREST ON THAT DEPOSIT WAS PAID TO A GHOST......... and WITHDRAWN BY A GHOST?



Issokay Oooo...........Dearis God but no one should think we are fooled in anyway.




It is this kind of criminality that EFCC should be using to score "cheap point".... by jailing everyone involved ASAP.




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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by yhemsy62(m): 9:56am On Nov 14, 2015
Blatant lie. D acc no is not correct
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Nobody: 9:57am On Nov 14, 2015
hmmm... this is why BVN use would stop this kind of stealing.
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by lastpage: 9:57am On Nov 14, 2015
The Justice Elizabeth Kpojime Commission of Inquiry , which resumed sitting at the Makurdi High Court Four on Wednesday, said the Benue State Bureau for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs paid N18.7bn meant for primary school teachers’ salaries into an unknown account with First Bank in Makurdi.
He said N1.8bn monthly salaries of primary school teachers owed between October 2013 and June 2014, was lodged in the fixed deposit account number 1017993231 with First Bank.

STOP taking we Nigerians for FOOLS please!

So, the account has NO NAME?
So the account was opened by a GHOST?
So the Account officer who opened the account ...did "documentation" for a GHOST, including the picture of the GHOST?
So, the Money-laundering Reporting for that account which will "activate" for funds over #500,000, suddenly became inactive, by itself?
So, the Branch Manager who reviews the CABAL (Customer Accnt Balance printout failed to see such amount?
So the person who initiated the transfer was high on Drugs?
So, the ACCRUING INTEREST ON THAT DEPOSIT WAS PAID TO A GHOST......... and WITHDRAWN BY A GHOST?



Issokay Oooo...........Dearis God but no one should think we are fooled in anyway.

That Justice should be removed from the bench. Criminal sitting on the bench is a disgrace!



It is this kind of criminality that EFCC should be using to score "cheap point".... by jailing everyone involved ASAP.




Lastpage!
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by MICHEALADEX(m): 9:58am On Nov 14, 2015
Phy _dy_phy ....the psychiatric home
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by OlujobaSamuel: 10:02am On Nov 14, 2015
lastpage:



STOP taking we Nigerians for FOOLS please!

So, the account has NO NAME?
So the account was opened by a GHOST?
So the Account officer who opened the account ...did "documentation" for a GHOST, including the picture of the GHOST?
So, the Money-laundering Reporting for that account which will "activate" for funds over #500,000, suddenly became inactive, by itself?
So, the Branch Manager who reviews the CABAL (Customer Accnt Balance printout failed to see such amount?
So the person who initiated the transfer was high on Drugs?
So, the ACCRUING INTEREST ON THAT DEPOSIT WAS PAID TO A GHOST......... and WITHDRAWN BY A GHOST?



Issokay Oooo...........Dearis God but no one should think we are fooled in anyway.

That Justice should be removed from the bench. Criminal sitting on the bench is a disgrace!



It is this kind of criminality that EFCC should be using to score "cheap point".... by jailing everyone involved ASAP.




Lastpage!
as it stands, the holder of the account is unknown, the permanent secretary ia new in office, the bank is not cooperating with the bureau, he listed the names of those he think they ought to know about it, as it stands, a court needs to order first bank to release the details of the account.

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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by lastpage: 10:06am On Nov 14, 2015
kennyman2000:
Mheeennnn... Unless we go the china way, capital punishment for any corrupt politician, capital punishment for the entire family of the politician. If not that, i dont see Nigeria getting rid of corruption..

If the capital punishment will also affect the family of the culprit. Thats when you'll hear each politician's wife telling their husbands ''pls, dont steal govt money, pls, am not ready to die, look at our beautiful children, they're not ready to die as well. Whatever is your salary, let it be okay for you. Pls, i beg you''

mheeennnn... Capital punishment, where art thou!!
Agree with you 100%!

Until we start tying such thieves to the barrel at bar beach ...and shoot them in the presence of all (as was the case during Muritala and Obasanjo's military regime), we will continue to experience this kind of "traumatic looting"!

How can someone keep peoples money in a fixed account, while the owners are dying of hunger..... after they have worked their azz-off?

This wickedness must come to an end.

President Buhari, you cant just keep quiet over these sort of things..... all in the name of "Democracy and separation of Power".
You are the President and if you dont do something ...or make those that are supposed to "do something" to do their work of be fired, then Sir, YOU ARE COMPLICIT.


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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by akwana: 10:06am On Nov 14, 2015
Suswan is just something else. How do you owe workers that much. Benue state civil service have suffered. I attempted doing an online transfer to that first bank account just to see what name it will throw up. Got an error message. obviously the bank guys are sharp.

Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by AceKid(m): 10:07am On Nov 14, 2015
former Governor Suswam of allegedly selling Benue State shares in Julius Berger Plc for the cost of over N8 billion without proper records of where the proceeds were invested or what it was used for. shocked shocked
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Sman37(m): 10:08am On Nov 14, 2015
How is it possible for bank to transfer cash into wrong account while the name and account number has to be correct as one person own
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by lastpage: 10:10am On Nov 14, 2015
OlujobaSamuel:

as it stands, the holder of the account is unknown, the permanent secretary ia new in office, the bank is not cooperating with the bureau, he listed the names of those he think they ought to know about it, as it stands, a court needs to order first bank to release the details of the account.

They need to do a mass arrest of the bank hierarchy, from Branch Manager, to the Accounts officer.

These TWO know the owner of that Account and when tortured, they will "sing".

But l can bet that the top echelon of the bank (Regional heads upwards) have a hand in this.

There is no "ghost" in banking!
Everyone directly and remotely concerned should be jailed........... to serve as a deterrence for would-be looters.

Enough, is Enough! This era of impunity needs to stop



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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Nobody: 10:16am On Nov 14, 2015
They should tell that to a new born baby,how can they not give account on how the sum of N18b was paid into an unknown account
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by AceKid(m): 10:19am On Nov 14, 2015

BREAKING : Suswam, five other ex-govs to face trial over false assets declaration
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Breaking: Benue reaches agreement with workers to alternate payment of salaries[size=8pt]
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Benue State Government has reached an agreement with primary school teachers and local government workers to alternate the payment of their salaries for the months of October and November 2015.

A statement by the information officer of the Bureau of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr Andrew Iorkyaa quoted the Adviser to the state Governor on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr Titus Zam as saying that the state government has reached an agreement with the state chapters of Nigerian Union of Teachers, NUT and the Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE to alternate the payment of salaries between teachers and staff of local government councils in view of dwindling allocations from the federation account.

Under the arrangement, the allocation for the month of October will be used for the payment of the salaries of teachers while that of November will be used to pay local government staff thereby resulting into automatic one month areas for both categories of workers by the end of this month.
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by OlujobaSamuel: 10:20am On Nov 14, 2015
lastpage:


They need to do a mass arrest of the bank hierarchy, from Branch Manager, to the Accounts officer.

These TWO know the owner of that Account and when tortured, they will "sing".

But l can bet that the top echelon of the bank (Regional heads upwards) have a hand in this.

There is no "ghost" in banking!
Everyone directly and remotely concerned should be jailed........... to serve as a deterrence for would-be looters.

Enough, is Enough! This era of impunity needs to stop



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not only regional head, even the hq knows about it, but the bitter truth is they will always hide under duty of secrecy to carry out their evil act.
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by AceKid(m): 10:23am On Nov 14, 2015

BREAKING : Suswam, five other ex-govs to face trial over false assets declaration
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Breaking: Benue reaches agreement with workers to alternate payment of salaries[size=8pt]
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Benue State Government has reached an agreement with primary school teachers and local government workers to alternate the payment of their salaries for the months of October and November 2015.

A statement by the information officer of the Bureau of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr Andrew Iorkyaa quoted the Adviser to the state Governor on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr Titus Zam as saying that the state government has reached an agreement with the state chapters of Nigerian Union of Teachers, NUT and the Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE to alternate the payment of salaries between teachers and staff of local government councils in view of dwindling allocations from the federation account.

Under the arrangement, the allocation for the month of October will be used for the payment of the salaries of teachers while that of November will be used to pay local government staff thereby resulting into automatic one month areas for both categories of workers by the end of this month. He said the state has enough money to pay everyone whose appointment has been verified to be genuine and advised those whose salaries were delayed to discard rumours that their entitlements were diverted stating that challenges being experienced with the introduction of the e-payment system needed time to be surmounted.

The Adviser added that the deductions from salaries were the normal Pay As You Earn, PAYE tax been effected to enable government provide basic amenities.
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by brownlolly(m): 10:40am On Nov 14, 2015
And to think that Diezani was a bigger thief
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by AceKid(m): 11:02am On Nov 14, 2015
Suswam must explain where Benue’s money is - Ortom



Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State explains in this interview how he started his ‘divine’ gubernatorial campaign with less than N3 million, the difficult he encountered to become governor and sheds light on why he must probe his predecessor to recover allegedly stolen funds to better the lot of the state.

SOURCE: http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/news/politics/suswam-must-explain-where-benue-s-money-is-ortom/119288.html
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by chiddye(m): 11:09am On Nov 14, 2015
if Nigeria does not kill corruption, corruption would kill Nigeria >Buhari
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by bardintentionz: 11:19am On Nov 14, 2015
Are fixed deposit accounts different from current and savings? I just checked that account and it showed INVALID. Besides first bank accounts usually start from 200.... for current and 300... for savings, please let them educate us
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by bardintentionz: 11:20am On Nov 14, 2015
Are fixed deposit accounts different from current and savings? I just checked that account and it showed INVAL.ID. Besides first bank accounts usually start from 200.... for current and 300... for savings, please let them educate us
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by sapientia(m): 11:20am On Nov 14, 2015
What is unknown account please..

Who opened it?

Who is the account Officer?

That amount of money flags when paid into any account..
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by bardintentionz: 11:22am On Nov 14, 2015
akwana:
Suswan is just something else. How do you owe workers that much. Benue state civil service have suffered. I attempted doing an online transfer to that first bank account just to see what name it will throw up. Got an error message. obviously the bank guys are sharp.



I did the same and got the same info, I'm suspecting that account is Zenith, or one other bank like that which has the same number series,
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Reference(m): 11:23am On Nov 14, 2015
musicwriter:
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Nobody talks about the level of corruption in Nigerian banks. Without the help our banks, most of these acts of corruption by government officials will not be possible. Nigerian banks are responsible for escalating corruption in this country. They aid, incubate and protect corrupt financial transactions by government officials.

Some banks have been recently found to be hiding money meant to be paid into the TSA!. If Buhari is serious about the war against corruption he should start withdrawing the license of some banks. Some of them are not even worth to be called a bank.

One of my first posts on Nairaland. The role of banks in corruption and the need for tough anti-laundering laws. Today MTN is being fined for keeping unregistered numbers active while banks get no rap for keeping stolen loot, laundering alibaba treasury and running the accounts and business interests of felons.

When the Enron saga broke it was not only Bernie Madoff that went. The Feds ensured that everyone who knowingly aided and abetted went to jail as well or received hefty fines. No one, I repeat no one went scott free. In Nigeria it is always only the principal that gets the heat. His associates whether individuals, corporates or institutional walk free obviously to regroup and disorganise the system.

It is only in Nigeria you hear, 'but he is only a secretary, he merely lodged oga's cheque....' but he obviously knew what oga was doing and most likely got his crumbs from oga's table. But worst of all the 'ordinary green shrub secretary today will become 'a permanent wild bush secretary tomorrow' and the chance to break the viscious corruption cycle is lost.

It is these things we see and conclude that fighting corruption in Nigeria is a pathetic waste of time if fundamental, structural changes are not made to this country, it people and its principles.

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Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Decryptor(m): 11:29am On Nov 14, 2015
Is this a cover-up to drown the story of the 0.5billion naira Jeep Scandal by the present Governor?
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by BodyKiss(m): 11:33am On Nov 14, 2015
bushdoc9919:


That TSA ....is looking like a good idea, good idea.

kushma:
Is thus the way to fight the corruption ? Dey also want to root the hard working teachers salary. Buhari is to be blamed.

Try reading before commenting, so you don't go spreading wrong information. Read!
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by Reference(m): 11:35am On Nov 14, 2015
Nigerians are very hypocritical and its our collective insincerity that has prevented our progress. There will be some, as vocal as budgies singing the anti-corruption songs working in these banks and ranting and raving on Nairaland yet, almighty yet they know, they know that they know and know the known.....that, that cheque they are given, that transfer they are initiating, that account they are managing is nothing but stolen funds someone is sweating, crying, bleeding and dying for. Can't they see that in decent climes my white bankers will question almost every lodgement. Can't they read the notices they themselves place that 'they are obliged to report any lodgement above 5 million to the CBN. Are they not criminals as well for not doing that. Shame.
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by chudyboy05(m): 11:35am On Nov 14, 2015
God why them no mistakenly pay'm into my account mek I chop my own share. Oluwa bless me and my niggas naa, we don suffer for one Nigeria. Everyday comes new method of stealing my Nawoo
Re: N18.7bn Benue Teachers’ Salaries Paid Into Unknown Account by dapsonlou(m): 11:43am On Nov 14, 2015
JoshRDWM:
Is that a lot? How much is that in usd?

Use your calculator, divided the amount by 236naira

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