High Court Seizes Diezani’s Assets Valued At $16 Million

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August 22, 2017 – High Court Seizes Diezani’s Assets Valued At $16 Million

The federal high court sitting in Lagos today ordered the seizure of more assets linked to ex-Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison Madueke.

EFCC told Justice Abdulaziz Anka today that the assets worth $16,441,906 are suspected to be proceeds of bribery and corruption.

8 thoughts on “High Court Seizes Diezani’s Assets Valued At $16 Million

  1. do we have extradition treaty with uk..can we bundle this lady back home to speak to the court?the distraction is too much.unless she is planning to join apc and her sins will be forgiven just like orji uzor and obanikoro did.

  2. Nonsens. If say she was not thief that money, I for no poor today. But see wetin poorment is do me bicos woman is thief.

  3. Don’t just confiscate her property, [get her] to come to Nigeria to prove her innocence if at all she is. The federal government’s laxity or complacent attitude towards this woman is given the outside world a totally wrong impression about our justice system and our ability to fight corruption. There are legal processes that need to be taking by the Nigerian federal Government in collaboration with there UK counterpart should they actually want Diezani alison Madueke to be extradited back to our country to face her criminal charges of corruption. Merely freezing bank accounts and seizing the property of a suspected corrupt criminal without making he or she to stand trial in the law court is simply not the right way to fight corruption. Diezani Alison Madueke is not a ghost, she’s a living being who has strangely recuperated from her terminal illness in the UK hospital. She is now well and hearty. The government therefore has no excuse for delaying her extradition, except the alligation leveled against her is not plausible and conceivable enough to warrant her prosecution, which is why many are beginning to doubt the sincerity of our anti graft agencies and the ability our judiciary to fight corruption. Until our government become a pivotal force for the institutions set up to fight corruption in Nigeria,many corrupt entity like this woman will continue to abscond and get away with money looted from our national coffer.

  4. this corrupt bastard said she has not stolen any money from Nigeria may thunder fire her and her entire family

  5. Dear Nigerians this woman is innocent until proven otherwise by law, therefore we should wait for her to return and then defend herself in the law court for justice to take it course. We are busy preparing to be part of her legal defence team coming all-the way from UK. We are the architect of your law in Nigeria.
    Thanks

    • Elvis, that woman, Allison Madueke is guilty before proven innocent because she has nothing to prove. When white people wrote that law, it was not meant to protect aggravated crime like this. There is overwhelming evidence against this woman from foreign oil and gas company that she is a principal beneficiary to major world oil scandal. The Italian oil executives testified that Madueke was bribed before they could have their ways. She is also facing corruption charges in UK and US respectively.

      This woman and his associates Jide Omokore and Kola Aluko have singlehandedly ruin this Country. When Sanusi was telling the whole Country that the Minister has not remit any money into government purse, people were criticizing him. At times we are our own problem. The Nigerian money in their possession is enough to restructure Nigeria today. I can’t believe a mother in person of Allison never taught that there are other kids in Nigeria who are stabing and could not even afford to go school due to financial constraint. Instead she sees the position as avenue to enrich herself. My candid suggestion is to let this woman suffer including her family in order to serve as deterrent to others. If the present administration fails to prosecute this woman, we might as well grant clemency to other political robbers.

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