Dasukigate: NIA DG Is The Owner Of $43Million Found At Osborne Tower Ikoyi – Insider

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April 22, 2017 – Dasuki & Jonathan Gave NIA $289,202,382 In 2015, GEJ Aware Of The Money Found At Osborne Tower In Ikoyi – Suspended NIA Boss Confesses To Osinbajo

  • Dasukigate Loot: Money Recovered From Osborne Tower Belongs To NIA DG Ayodele Oke
  • Suspended NIA DG Ayo Oke Is The Owner Of $43Million, Huge Money Found At Osborne Tower Ikoyi – Insider

More details have emerged on the mystery surrounding the huge amount of cash recovered from Osborne Tower in Ikoyi.

The suspended DG of the Nigeria’s National Intelligence agency is now confessing like bird to the committee headed by VP Yemi Osinbajo to figure out how the money got to Osborne Tower.

Ayodele Oke told the committee that former President Jonathan ordered Dasuki to give the agency $289, 202, 382 back in February 2015.

However, sources close to Oke alleged that the money kept there was his own portion of Dasukigate.

To crown it all, the Osborne Tower apartment where the loot was found was registered in the name of Ayodele Oke’s wife, Folashade Oke.

She was the woman caught on camera taking several Ghana must go bags into the apartment.

Insiders revealed that the money was ferried to the apartment from where the suspended NIA DG kept it.

As a cover up, Oke alleged that the agency received  $289, 202, 382 from Ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki but didn’t specify how he came about the $43million found at Osborne Tower.

“It is not easy for the NIA boss to confess that the loot belongs to him. His wife’s involvement in the whole thing is what implicated him. The NIA has been using this warehouse to keep money for a long time.” – said an insider who wrote NG this afternoon.

5 thoughts on “Dasukigate: NIA DG Is The Owner Of $43Million Found At Osborne Tower Ikoyi – Insider

  1. If this man insist that the money belongs to NIA and was appropriated since 2014, then the money must be returned into the government purse and there is no need to keep such money in a private save. This is a new government now and the new government can make a new budget that commensurate with the needs of NIA. Right now the moneys belongs to Federal Government.

    I have that feeling that the money belongs to some politicians who are trying to use NIA to claim that money but right now this money is too much for an individual to claim. The money is too much for even NIA to claim the ownership. How in the world would any reasonable government earmarked #13 billion for NIA alone to do what?

    It is very sad that GEJ administration has really cripple this Country with corruption. The buck always stops with him whenever there is any investigation on corruption. He has not used his position to better the situation of poor Nigerians. He only see that position to make fortune for himself because he had no shoes when he was young.

    Recently, Panama Paper reveled that Nigeria ex-President Goodluck Jonathan was a key player in Malabu Oil deal. The paper also stated that bribe was paid into GEJ’s direct account because his accomplices who were negotiating the deal with an Italian oil company insisted that Mr. President must also be paid in order finally seal the deal. When Jonathan was asked, he said the Malabu oil deal was negotiated during the previous administration but he denied for sealing the deal finally. Liar!!!

  2. Everyone talking rubbish. So far we have been told six people are the owner of the loot. Noone has claimed ownership. Nigeria is a joke. Give it end of next month this issue will become history. A new scandal will replace it.

  3. Naija My Kontry,, I Salut Thee No Be Small., Mr.Ayodele,,weldon U Hear,. There Is God Oooo,!

    #thinsdeyhappen,,!

  4. Well done sir…reminds me of Falzthebadtguy song. Sure falz was really talking about people like this in our dear country nigeria..

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