Diezani Sourced $115Million Bribe From Stolen Nigerian Crude Oil – EFCC

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May 4, 2016 – Diezani Sourced $115Million Bribe From Stolen Nigerian Crude Oil

The source of former Petroleum Minister Diezani’s mega $115million bribe has been uncovered by the EFCC.

A source at the anti-corruption agency who pleaded not to be named said ‘Madam the madam’ sourced the money from stolen Nigerian crude oil.

“We will uncover how they came about the stolen crude oil and those used to siphon the oil in order to deny the nation of revenue.” – the source added

12 thoughts on “Diezani Sourced $115Million Bribe From Stolen Nigerian Crude Oil – EFCC

  1. Beautiful woman, beautiful theft. I hope it ends in a beatiful prosecution, or better still, a beautiful sentence.

  2. And shallow minded nigerians are blaming Buhari for the the economic hardship in the nation when people like madam Diezani syphoned all the resources of this nation into her personal account. They refused to save when crude oil was selling above $140 per barrel and now they are expecting PMB to do miracle over 9t with the price of crude oil selling below $50 per barrel. Buhari is even too soft in dealing with these criminals. These are the same people that were accusing him of sponsoring Boko Haram not knowing that they were the main culprits. They were busy sharing the money meant for arms procurement while our gallant soldiers were beeing killed in large numbers. if Buhari fail to give u the punishment u deserve then u guyz will never escape the wrath of God almighty.

  3. From my calculation,$115m at the current exchange rate is N36.8billion..This money is our country budget for 5 years..and we are still borrowing to fund our budget..Nigeria is a big joke

    • @Sola Olaniyi, which country do you mean? Because I know you’re not refering to Nigeria.

  4. EFCC themselves are not to be trusted. And as for this Mega thief, you will pay for all your crime in jail

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