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Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by masterpiece86: 6:09am On May 18, 2016
Agency arrests Bauchi, party ex-scribes, aide

From the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has come a clarification why former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Dieziani Alison-Madueke, has not been repatriated to face the corruption allegation preferred against her.

According to the anti-graft agency, it is waiting for the conclusion of the corruption case she is facing in the United Kingdom (UK), before she would be extradited to answer for the alleged $115 billion election campaign scam for which many prominent Nigerians are being investigated.

Those that have been grilled in connection with the purported scam, which was allegedly carried out through Fidelity Bank, were former Governors Liyel Imoke, Ibrahim Shekarau, Ramalan Yero, Achike Udenwa and Ibrahim Shema. Erstwhile ministers have also been quizzed.

One-time Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Bashir Aminu Wali and his Minister of State II, Dr. Nurudeen Muhammad had also been questioned in connection with the fund.

Others in that category are officials of the Independent National Electoral commission (INEC) and those of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as well as Senator Chris Anyanwu and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Michael Ahamba.

Though the senator, senior lawyer and Udenwa have since denied involvement.

Also yesterday, the anti-corruption body arrested a former Secretary to Bauchi State Government, Alhaji Ahmed Ibrahim, former Personal Assistant to ex-Governor Isa Yuguda, Alhaji Sanusi Mohammed Isa and the Secretary of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Salisu Garba in respect of the alleged fraud.

The Bauchi suspects were alleged to have collected N500 million out of the money.

An EFCC source informed The Guardian that they were arrested and interrogated in Gombe yesterday.

“The suspects, in their statements, said the N500 million cash was distributed in the Ramat Hall of Bauchi State Government House. The former secretary to the government and the secretary of PDP admitted collecting N20 million each and the former personal assistant collected N15 million. However, they have individually pledged to refund the amount each had collected from the fund,” the source added.


http://m.guardian.ng/news/why-alison-madueke-is-not-yet-repatriated-by-efcc/

Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by trailblaiza(m): 6:28am On May 18, 2016
We don hear

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by incomintop: 6:32am On May 18, 2016
Even if them repatriate her nothing this government can do to her except the usual media trial

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by okosodo: 6:32am On May 18, 2016
Its a lie, i dont believe she stole the way this government is painting it to be. If she had stolen, the government of britain would have jailed her

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Nobody: 6:33am On May 18, 2016
EFCC carry go...

Jonathan is next

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by omenka(m): 6:44am On May 18, 2016
Did I just read $150billion
Must be a typo.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by IVORY2009(m): 6:49am On May 18, 2016
masterpiece86:
Agency arrests Bauchi, party ex-scribes, aide

From the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has come a clarification why former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Dieziani Alison-Madueke, has not been repatriated to face the corruption allegation preferred against her.

According to the anti-graft agency, it is waiting for the conclusion of the corruption case she is facing in the United Kingdom (UK), before she would be extradited to answer for the alleged $115 billion election campaign scam for which many prominent Nigerians are being investigated.

Those that have been grilled in connection with the purported scam, which was allegedly carried out through Fidelity Bank, were former Governors Liyel Imoke, Ibrahim Shekarau, Ramalan Yero, Achike Udenwa and Ibrahim Shema. Erstwhile ministers have also been quizzed.

One-time Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Bashir Aminu Wali and his Minister of State II, Dr. Nurudeen Muhammad had also been questioned in connection with the fund.

Others in that category are officials of the Independent National Electoral commission (INEC) and those of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as well as Senator Chris Anyanwu and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Michael Ahamba.

Though the senator, senior lawyer and Udenwa have since denied involvement.

Also yesterday, the anti-corruption body arrested a former Secretary to Bauchi State Government, Alhaji Ahmed Ibrahim, former Personal Assistant to ex-Governor Isa Yuguda, Alhaji Sanusi Mohammed Isa and the Secretary of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Salisu Garba in respect of the alleged fraud.

The Bauchi suspects were alleged to have collected N500 million out of the money.

An EFCC source informed The Guardian that they were arrested and interrogated in Gombe yesterday.

“The suspects, in their statements, said the N500 million cash was distributed in the Ramat Hall of Bauchi State Government House. The former secretary to the government and the secretary of PDP admitted collecting N20 million each and the former personal assistant collected N15 million. However, they have individually pledged to refund the amount each had collected from the fund,” the source added.


http://m.guardian.ng/news/why-alison-madueke-is-not-yet-repatriated-by-efcc/

I'm not surprise, as usual propaganda as usual shocked

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Frankiss44(m): 6:55am On May 18, 2016
115 billion dollars?? EFCC is officially mad.. Do they even think before they quote? How much is our total budget?

Zombies over to you

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by comrChris(m): 6:58am On May 18, 2016
$115bil what? exaggeration at if peak smh

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by OlujobaSamuel: 7:07am On May 18, 2016
abeg why now, these people gat no God mehn, just steal like sey dem go die tha next minute.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by bonechamberlain(m): 7:08am On May 18, 2016
when an illiterate is the head, the literate would suffer, buhari has stuffed govt agencies with so much illiterates that its beginning to affect some Nigerians. so magu and co, a northern educated fellow, would dish out this kind of beer parlor drunkards talk that 115 billion dollars was stolen by just one govt for election. we are in trouble in this country. Nigeria is under the grip of unorthodox and irrational leadership.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Rossikk(m): 7:44am On May 18, 2016
bonechamberlain:
when an illiterate is the head, the literate would suffer, buhari has stuffed govt agencies with so much illiterates that its beginning to affect some Nigerians. so magu and co, a northern educated fellow, would dish out this kind of beer parlor drunkards talk that 115 billion dollars was stolen by just one govt for election. we are in trouble in this country. Nigeria is under the grip of unorthodox and irrational leadership.
It was a typo. Everyone who follows the news knows it is $115 mill.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by notindome(m): 7:52am On May 18, 2016
okay it is now campaign funds not Sanusi's missing #20bn?
We are getting somewhere. Kwontinu

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by 989900B: 8:22am On May 18, 2016
bonechamberlain:
when an illiterate is the head, the literate would suffer, buhari has stuffed govt agencies with so much illiterates that its beginning to affect some Nigerians. so magu and co, a northern educated fellow, would dish out this kind of beer parlor drunkards talk that 115 billion dollars was stolen by just one govt for election. we are in trouble in this country. Nigeria is under the grip of unorthodox and irrational leadership.

'$115 million' . . . everyone knows this already. The bank managers involved confessed already and returned part of the funds.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by kings09(m): 8:37am On May 18, 2016
Efcc hv nt concluded their media trial, dats y.
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by ALAYORMII: 8:38am On May 18, 2016
Jail someone already
All this arrest here and there don tire us
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by OneManLegion(m): 8:38am On May 18, 2016
Nigeria and Diezani Alison-Maduekwe share one thing in common: they're both suffering from cancer.

I understand that Diezani is through with her chemotherapy while Nigeria is still in the painful throes of hers. Cancerous cells like Diezani have to be aggressively attacked in order to end this cancer that is corruption.





Luckily, we have a new sheriff in town who thinks stealing is corruption.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by andymofia(m): 8:38am On May 18, 2016
please convert $115 billion to naira.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by ORACLE1975(m): 8:39am On May 18, 2016
Hash
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Segadem(m): 8:39am On May 18, 2016
Ok
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Naughtysite: 8:40am On May 18, 2016
Ok nah.

Watching..

Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Segadem(m): 8:40am On May 18, 2016
$115 whaaaaaat? It is only in nigeria politics that our naira has no value any more
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Nobody: 8:42am On May 18, 2016
okosodo:
Its a lie, i dont believe she stole the way this government is painting it to be. If she had stolen, the government of britain would have jailed her
why would Britain jail her? it's not their money she 'allegedly' stole.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Deen77: 8:42am On May 18, 2016
omenka:
Did I just read $150billion

Must be a typo.
Yes is $115 million not $115 billion.
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by 4Play(m): 8:46am On May 18, 2016
Does anyone notice that there is no longer talk of the $20 billion? The EFCC is talking of election campaign funding but $20bn - which equates to 2/3 of this year's budget at the official exchange rate - is rarely mentioned, if at all.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by Lordave: 8:46am On May 18, 2016
APC cows keep pulling out figures from their rotten anus just to slander the opposition.

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Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by adezjamz(m): 8:49am On May 18, 2016
Will someone explain the main reason for Allison not being Repatriated cos I'm confused with this writeup.
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by okosodo: 8:52am On May 18, 2016
MissGdope:

why would Britain jail her? it's not their money she 'allegedly' stole.
Ask quetions from experts, they dont tolerate it over there, ask Ibori
Re: Why Alison-madueke Is Not Yet Repatriated, By EFCC by nonstan(m): 8:53am On May 18, 2016
Modify d post naa..its 115million dollars

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