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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Companies linked to Patience Jonathan’s $15 million Allegedly plead guilty

Four companies involved in a money laundering case linked to former First Lady, Patience Jonathan, have allegedly pleaded guilty before a federal court in Lagos.




Pluto Property and Investment Company Limited; Seagate Property Development and Investment Company Limited; Trans Ocean Property and Investment Company Limited; and Avalon Global Property Development Company Limited pleaded guilty to a 15-count charge before Justice Babs Kuewumi.

The trial involved Waripamo Dudafa, who served as Special Adviser on Domestic Affairs to former President Goodluck Jonathan; former presidential aide, Amajuoyi Azubike Briggs; and former Skye Bank official, Damola Bolodeoku.
The three pleaded not guilty before the judge.
Details later…


Who pleaded guilty and who didnt?I dont understand.This was supposed to be Premiumtimes breaking news but i dont understand it...*side eyes*




34 comments:

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    1. She has fired back that they were paid to testify.
      No time, I can't wait to see the end if it.

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  2. Even with all the money,she no even get banging body,height and voice sef

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  3. Na dem sabi. Na sitdown look i dey so

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  4. Any one that uses a 40m bag, might more corrupt than P.E.J, who will probe that person?

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  5. Chaiiiii...

    Mama Peace, na only you waka come?

    All this money you people are sharing,
    There is God ooooo!
    There is God ooooo!!
    There is God ooooo!!!!!

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  6. *sips lemon tea with shortbread *

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  7. Now now now they've charged them to court? I don't understand..

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  8. Hmmmm, issorait.
    I really need a job mehn

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  9. This particular one smells fishy. Na like that e dey fast?

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  10. To what counts?
    It seems like Patience first built the hospital(state of the art)and now got treated there. Because that money for illness has to be for replacement of some organs in her body or body parts.

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  11. The companies pleaded guilty. The money laundering charges were filed against the companies and the moneys were under the companies respective names, therefore, the money has been forfeited and patience can no longer lay claim to the $15 million

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  12. Is patience the first person to chop money. This is a case of pot calling kettle black.

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  13. They are all thieves

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  14. They are all thieves

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  15. Mtcheeew, criminals, Greedy woman

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  16. So what next?,will EFCC invite the owner of this properties or still pamper her because her husband men are bombing in the creek?,only time will tell.

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    1. My dear,the only crazy ones're u and your ilk...crazy with certificate

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  18. Na dem sabi ooo! Let them ans their call

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  19. Four unknown representative pleaded guilty.
    How can the EFCC be playing politics with everything?

    No credibility whatsoever
    Mama Peace even said she can provide proof of her source of money and they're just hovering around misleading the public

    The EFCC caught the wrong one this time
    Patience has got everything she needs to fight this battle.

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    1. Your level of unimportance is too unimportant to be noticed.Out of shape keypad warrior

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  20. give us work Buhari ND stop chasing died on arrival case

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  21. There is a difference between Companies and Individuals. The Companies pleaded guilty but the individuals pleaded not guilty.

    For example, the individual working for Skye Bank pleaded not guilty just like Pepe's SSA.

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  22. Another media trial is loading but soon they will sweep it under the carpet...Mrs GEJ is claiming that those who pleaded guilty were hired machinery but since the case is in court, she should desist from any denial and allow the court to decide the case...But if you ask me, the case is clear and I have already passed my own verdict...Let the 50m usd be taken by the EFCC...The money belongs to Nigeria

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