The government of South Africa has reportedly returned $15 million to the Nigerian government.
The South African border authorities had on September 5, 2014 seized $9.3 million meant for the procurement of arms for the Nigerian military, from two Nigerians and an Israeli who arrived the country in a private jet.
Custom officers discovered the money stashed in three suitcases after the suitcases were put through airport scanners.
The money was concealed in two black plastic suitcases, filled with 90 blocks each containing US$100,000 in notes. Read full on PT