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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

EFCC Arrests Former. President Jonathan’s godson Over N2bn Ppayment

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested a godson of former President Goodluck Jonathan for allegedly stealing N2bn from the Niger Delta Development Commission.



The EFCC said it traced deposits of N2bn paid into his bank accounts.

According to the commission, the suspect, Mr. George Turnah, who is also a former Special Adviser to Mr. Dan Abia, the erstwhile Managing Director of the NDDC, was arrested by the Port Harcourt office of the commission.

The anti-graft agency said it had searched Turnah’s houses in Yenagoa and Port Harcourt and found some incriminating documents.

The EFCC said, “He was arrested in Port Harcourt, Rivers State in connection with alleged possession of funds running into N2bn, suspected to be funds siphoned from the NDDC while serving there as an adviser. Turnah, widely believed to be a godson of former President Goodluck Jonathan, served in the NDDC between 2012 and 2015.

Edited from Punch


*Whistle blower at work!

21 comments:

  1. Let them keep blowing the whistle on them. And arresting them. But then who'd blame this guys. If I were opportune to steal like them I'd steal wisely.

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  2. And here I am looking for at least 50k to sort out some issues. It is well.

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    1. All they did was steal and steal and steal. Life seemed easier then because the policies in place were in favour of looting and the looted funds were in circulation.
      The funds looted under that administration runs into multi-trillions of naira (excepting hard currency) and would have taken Nigeria a step further...but no, Government is seen as a source of making easy money because these folks are to lazy to work after their term expires and this propelled them to loot so much.

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    2. As if i typed this. It is well with us o.

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  3. Hmmmm matters arising...stealing public funds that's why our country has been in a state of redundancy ..nottin is moving but out God is not asleep.

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  4. goodmorning my fellow BVS, pls i jst got admission this year into higher institution nd we r starting exams first week of april nd i hv'nt be able to pay my school fees. pls anyone wit a hrt of Gold shuld help a sister in need.

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    1. What University is that? In your 1st year you have not paid fees? Do not let the wrath of God visit you this morning if you are lying.

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    3. Pls change your blog id, don't put a curse on yourself with your own hand. Help will come

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    4. Go and talk to your church pastor where you drop your tithe and offerings.

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    5. What school is that? Because I know it's mandatory in almost if not all Nigerian universities to pay acceptance fee and school fees before you resume school otherwise you won't be allowed to do registration and online course registration. So, how did you maneuver your way up to this point?
      GOD BLESS NIGERIA

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  5. Hmmmm matters arising...stealing public funds that's why our country has been in a state of redundancy ..nottin is moving but our God is not asleep.

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  6. You don come back na Jonathan name go kill u.

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    1. Pray for Jonathan make the storm no blow reach am. He made your life miserable.

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  7. The long and short of this all its Nigeria is frantastically a corrupt country

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  8. Hahahahahahahahaha.... Turner turner.. Someone blew the whistle on you.

    Up next...Ibim.
    Never mind, that commission is really the seat of corruption... I see Nsima trying to correct the wrongs. May God help you Sir and thank you for fast tracking the payment for scholarship students... You are a life saver.

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  9. Oya awon whistle blower...
    God wil keep exposing them national thieves one after the other...ole, barawo....

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  10. Don't they get tired of cutting from the national cake when they know the end of it

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  11. Unable no remember this guy went fly 50 girls from ph to a job for chief bridesmaid. D gist was here on display blog!! Lol everyday for thief one day for owner

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