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Friday, 14 April 2017

Accusations Against Mo Abudu Concerning Ikoyi Appartment Addressed By Her Lawyers

Media entrepreneur Mo Abudu has released a statement on the allegations that she lives in an apartment in the building where the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) recovered huge sums of Dollars, Pounds and Naira currencies.



The identity of the owner of the said apartment of monies is not yet known, however allegations have been circulating the media that the apartment (7B) in No. 16, Osborne Road, Ikoyi, Lagos belongs to Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, and that the former Rivers governor gave another apartment (7A) to Mo.

Sahara Reporters had reported that Amaechi also debunked the report in an interview, saying he has no connection whatsoever to the property, adding that “his only property in Nigeria (is) in Abuja”.

This is prior to allegations that the apartment belongs to one of People’s Democratic Party’s (PDP) Chieftain, Anthony Anenih‘s daughter.

It was also alleged that the apartment belonged to Esther Nnamdi-Ogbue a former Managing Director at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) who was sacked over “missing” 130m litres of petrol.

Nnamdi-Ogbue has also debunked the reports.

Former PDP National Chairman, Adamu Muazu, who was said to be the owner of the building has also refuted the reports saying that he built the property with a loan he secured from a bank and sold the individual apartments through an Estate agent.

The statement signed by her lawyers, Streamsowers and Kohnread:

While the money has been temporarily forfeited to the federal government following a court order, unconfirmed reports say that the Nigerian Intelligence Agency (NIA) has claimed ownership of the money, saying it was for a covert operation.




 culled from bellanaija

57 comments:

  1. Can I just claim the house?

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    1. Stella baby.nia don come claim d money o!so its obvious the money belongs to ameachi.so pls mo' just hush.

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    2. Good for her

      Testing testing..

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  2. They should just share this money to young entrepreneurs. We need it. We won't deny it. We will guard it with all our heart and soul.

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  3. This is just Greed/Evil/wickedness or let me just say Witchcraft.
    No is worst than witchcraft. Evil leaders.

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    1. We shoul start by knowing who owns the building and if nobody lay claim to it then the owner should not just forfeit the money but the house too. Awon le buruku.

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    2. To get the owner or occupant of the apartment isn't difficult. I dont know why Nigerians like to drag matters. If the owner leased it out then they'll trace it from there. It ain't rocket science. Whatever happens, whoever is the registered owner has a lot of answering to do. End of.

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  4. #You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength*

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  5. I can't just stop staring the stacks of money.

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  6. No one is coming forth. They should push the dollars back into the market biko.

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    1. As in ehh,why are they wasting time?

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  7. Why not make your money work for you.
    Join slipfund.com

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  8. Na only in this country that them they still they find the owner of over 12 billion naira and nobody say na them get the money, me I dey ask efcc to follow me find my 3,000 naira, e fit dey among the money 💰, abeg make somebody tell me how I go take collect am

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  9. Since this money was uncovered, it's been a game of pointing malicious fingers at perceived owner(s).If I were them political/public figures and know that I am clean,I will never dignify the pointers with clarifications.Shebi the truth will come out,to me they are doing child's play with this thing.

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  10. God please bless me with the right whistle,I wanna blow...

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  11. Nigeria will always remain a very phony country with very ridiculous government.

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  12. Everybody is denying the money abi? OK no wahala! The money belongs to me, kindly return it.

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  13. Since no one seems to own they apartment, they should keep the money and dash me the apartment. I'm tired of mainland traffick. This may be my opportunity to live on the island.

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  14. This is when my people will say "batti il ferro finché è caldo" meaning strike the iron while it's still hot.

    No need to delay and allow the rumor fuel up and explode.
    Oge adiroo nwanne

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  15. So it's now impossible for EFCC to identity d owner of d flat where they discovered d $50M ? I'm sure d whistle blowers told them who owns d apartment & money. It's cock and bull story telling Nigerians d money belongs to d NIA and they hv been keeping d money in a private apartment for 2 yrs.only kids will believe this ridiculous story. The truth is that d money belongs to a member of d govt.

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    1. @peacemaker... where dey stay make I buy beer for u ... u done finish d talk

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    2. It is this dramatic cos Amaechi truly owns it,now I know why it's getting this Messy, if it were someone from the pdp section they would have released his name.Thiis so so funny amd unbelievable.

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    3. You are correct PeaceMaker

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    4. Gbam peace maker!...
      Na APC member get this money!...
      It's obviously Amechi!...
      Nna mehn...this money na ebu aju!...
      I wonder the amount these EFCC people put for their own pocket!...
      Choi!...

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  16. Na wa o, I think it's time for me to go into politics to go and thief my own share. They can't just be thiefing huge money like this and I go sit down dey look,I dey craze? It's time to fulfil the saying that "if you can't beat them,you join them"..

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  17. Ok, she owns the property not the money. Who then owns the money?

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  18. So you expect her to come out openly to own up? I hear


    Things people do behind closed doors will surprise u!

    Everyone be forming motivational speaker and stuffs... Mtcheww


    I'm just glad the money has been forfeited temporarily to FG

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  19. So none of them want to claim ownership of the money abi,FG should take it to better the society no need going through the process of the judiciary.

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  20. But nobody mentioned her name now

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  21. Okkkkk so if nobody wants the money, they should share the dough for Nigerians.

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  22. Na wa, na real wa!!! Here i am looking for funds for my PhD and people have this money...if i ask anyone to invest in me for this PhD programme, they tell me to go and marry and forget school...God Dey and He is watching.

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    1. We are in the same boat.God dey.I go hustle and do it.

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  23. Abeg efcc na me get the money. Make una bring am. I forgot it there while I was packing. Mchhewwwsss.

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  24. Amaechi,Amaechi
    Amaechi heeeeeeeeeee heeeeh.
    Wahala zị oooooo

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  25. Onyeka Agbaegbu aka Peaches,you insulted me on a blog and I kept looking for the day I will find a face behind that id,today u advertised yourself on the birthday post, obviously looking for a man, gwegs, now I know the face, don't worry I will get back to u, wicked envious ugly idiot.

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    1. My dear, that is how one abused me one day on a Saturday morning spontaneous post o. Only for me to see her begging on the blog later for birthday cake or something like that . I laugh taya!!!! No offense to those who need money but my dear, this people that lack sometimes should not be helped.

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  26. This is not the first money EFCC has problem of establishing ownership. What of the money they found in Balogun market? Kaduna airport? Several other "finds". They publicise the find and within a week gullible Nigerians have forgotten about it. Just watch what will happen with this unclaimed $50M. Let's look back in 2 weeks and see what happens

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    1. Anon23:12 Why is it so difficult to identity d owner of d 4 bedroom flat? At least there is an estate agency managing the building.OK .. The NIA has come forward after 3 days to claim the money, that it hv been there for 2 years and is meant for a covert operation. My question is how possible is it for NIA to leave $50M in such place without any security guarding it?? The EFCC hv to brake down the doors to enter the apartment.

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  27. Mschew so no one owns d house okwaya n d estate agents managing d buildings can't categorically say who d house was let out to. #naijawehailtheeo.



    I see ds matter dieing a natural death. Its a pity, ntorr to d whistle blower

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  28. Grand Matron of Runz, why is your name being mentioned? Queen mother of hoes, defender of pussy acquired properties, 1st of its name. Mo stiff-face Abudu, Ameachi sef dey your list *raises Beyoncé hands* wehdone ma!

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  29. Who are they fooling? It's an apartment that has record of who owns the lease or paying the maintenance due. So why all the allegation game, Radarada. Make them share the money 1 million each to all Nigerians, go still remain.

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  30. With d kind money wey EFCC dy Confiscate since. Dis Government should kukuma make minimum wage 100k. No be masses go suffer pass!

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  31. Two weeks from now this news will be dead and buried,and we will all forget about it.

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  32. I don't even understand this country again. Can't the police or EFCC get the owner of the building to identify who he rent out the flat to........I tire for this incompetent mofos

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  33. You think you can use lawyers to intimidate the pubic, I will send my prove to CNN because you are a fraud after all it is the same whistleblowing.

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  34. THE PERSON POSTING THAT U HAVE PROOF AND BRINGING SOME NAMES INTO IT::U CAN POST YOUR COMMENT WITHOUT BEING SO VULGAR..IF YOU HAVE PROOF PLEASE SEND TO MY EMAIL SIR/MA.

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  35. Aunty Mo's lawyer is useless. The first rule of warning is you don't repeat the allegation. Now the lawyer has helped her enemies set the rumour in stone.

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