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Monday, March 20, 2017

James Ibori Appeals 2012 Fraud Conviction

Former governor of Delta state, James Ibori, has challenged his 2012 conviction for fraud at the British court of appeal.


His media assistant, Tony Eluemunor, in a statement said his principal’s lawyer made this known at the Southwark London court on Friday, March 17, during the ongoing asset seizure trial.

The confiscation trial which is presided over by David Tomlinson, is to determine if Ibori’s assets should be seized.

In light of the information, the court indefinitely adjourned the ongoing proceedings on the confiscation case, Eluemunor said.

The UK’s National Crime Agency has investigated alleged evidence of police corruption and claims that the crown prosecution service withheld key evidence in Ibori’s money laundering trial.

Bhadresh Gohil, Ibori’s former lawyer and co-accused, had alerted the authorities of police corruption at the heart of his and Ibori’s investigation and prosecution.

He also claimed that he was unlawfully detained for 33 days between November 20 and December 22, 2015.

Gohil, in July 2016, received £20,000 from the crown prosecution service as compensation for deprivation of his rights.

He was jailed for 10 years in 2010 for helping Ibori launder money.

Ibori was jailed for 13 years in 2012 after he pleaded guilty to laundering money in the United Kingdom.

He returned to Nigeria on February 4, six years after he was arrested in Dubai by Interpol operatives.

from cable


5 comments:

  1. This matter should be laid to rest abeg, someone has served jail sentence u want to still confiscate his property.. let him be oh Uk people

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  2. I don tire for Ibori matter. This is why it is not good to be a thief!

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  3. I won't be surprised if Ibori contests for presidency come 2019.

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  4. This exconvict should go and rest.

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  5. Will he stop him for stealing? Ughara people with thief are like brothers and sisters

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