James Ibori Set Free From UK Prison After Agreeing To Deportation To Nigeria, See His Photos

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james ibori photos after release

December 21, 2016 – James Ibori Regains Freedom From UK After Agreeing To Be Deported To Nigeria, See His Photos After His Release Today

The former Nigerian Governor who regained freedom after serving half his 13-year-jail term in a UK prison is set to be deported to Nigeria.

According to confirmed reports, the corrupt politician agreed to deportation to Nigeria before UK let him go.

As at the time of this report, Ibori has been placed under House Arrest ahead of his confiscation hearing coming up in January 2017.

Here are his first photos after his release today

Check out his glowing skin…. Ibori even look better than most of his colleagues at home. E be like say enjoyment dey plenty for abroad prison o.

13 thoughts on “James Ibori Set Free From UK Prison After Agreeing To Deportation To Nigeria, See His Photos

  1. Now that he is about to return back to nigeria .is he going to face another corrupt charges that are been waiting for him during his time in office as governor of delta state . Effc and dss over to you . Nigeria must continue fight to recover all of our stealing money from our corrupt leaders with out no sympathy or favour #

  2. UK is part of Nigeria problem,no doubt about that…what is even the essence of jailing him or can i call it harboring him?….anyway,let’s wait for his arrival and see what PMB will do since he be anti corruption,though Nigerians never still understand his style of fighting corruption as they are only in papers or news…no real action.

    • THANK YOU, EXACTLY WHAT I SAID, THAT NIGERIANS ARE THE PROBLEM OF NIGERIA, HOW CAN A LOOTER OF HIS OWN SATE AND PEOPLE BE CELEBRATED AS A CONVICT

  3. His colleagues can now lobby UK for presidential pardon as they use to do in Nigeria so that He can be a distinguished Senator in 2019 Abi? I learnt his people are doing carnival at home already. Shameless Clawn.

  4. REPORT SAID HE SERVED HALF OF HIS JAIL TIME. WHY WOULD IT BE SO? WHY NOT SERVE FULL TIME? HE SERVED JUST FOUR YEARS WHICH IS NOT EVEN HALF OF THE TIME. ANYWAY, I HOPE HE WILL FACE TRIAL IN NIGERIA BASED ON HIS LOCAL CRIME.

  5. Kilode.. Welcome back sir.at least he served his term.this guy did good for delta state during his tenure.check out our roads mheen.

  6. Kilode.. Welcome back sir.at least he served his term.this guy did good for delta state during his tenure.check out our roads mheen.

  7. I don’t think we can really fight corruption in this Country. Ibori went to prison in UK because he was not tried by a corrupt Judge. That is the only place he could possibly be jailed. Ibori was released earlier because the UK was trying to follow their law. In some Western Countries, some Prisoners may be released earlier for good behaviour while serving their sentencing. Instead of serving the whole 13 years he may be released earlier after serving half of his sentencing.

    What will happen next is that, Ibori will become a celebrity as soon as he comes back. Look at some folks in UK embracing him as if he has done something commendable. When people engage in this behaviour that means they are passing him a message of well done. That is continue with your criminal activities. Those are the same people who will nominate him to become a future president of Nigeria.

    This is the same guy who had forced them to take menial jobs in UK. Our problem in this Country is ourselves. We embrace and celebrate criminals and condemn the righteous. Then why do we think only one man in person of Mr. President will solve our problem when we citizens are not ready to shun criminality.

  8. Well said Jilo. Nigeria has become a God forsaken country with this type of attitude of celebrating evil and ridiculing good behavior. It is unfortunate indeed.

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