As Nigeria continues to discover its billions of ‘missing’ dollars, the latest revelations from the EFCC have implicated some more of the usual suspects in the sharing of N3.15 billion ahead of the 2015 elections.
Former Aviation minister and campaign manager of Goodluck for President, Femi Fani-Kayode, Social Democratic Party founder and already implicated Chief Olu Falae, Achike Udenwa and Viola Onwulir’s and the Goodluck Jonathan campaign organisation have all been implicated. Nenadi Usman also got N37 million.
The money was reportedly transferred into a private account and from there N850 million was moved in tranches into Fani-Kayode’s personal account. N350million into Achike Udenwa and Viola Onwuliri’s accounts, N350 million went to the Goodluck Support group, 100 million to Olu Falae and so on. The commission gave records of the dates the moneys were lodged and the account numbers.
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N3.2 Trrilion/ $16 billion NNPC Funds Unremitted Under Jonathan
Meanwhile, according to PMNews, the Auditor General of the Federation, Samuel Ukura has revealed that the NNPC under Goodluck Jonathan withheld N3.2 trillion ($16 billion) in revenues from the federal government in 2014, the auditor-general said on Monday, confirming claims by then Central Bank of Nigeria governor, Emir Sanusi Lamido.
Ukura, who presented his findings in a report to lawmakers at the National Assembly, said other government ministries and agencies had also failed to remit funds, taking the total not passed on to 3.3 trillion naira for 2014. Read full.
Based on the continuous evidences of grave wickedness to the nation, Nigeria’s former President Goodluck Jonathan is unlikely to escape spending the rest of his years in a maximum security prison.