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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Whistleblower Leads EFCC To Huge Sum Of Money Hidden In Ikoyi Apartment

Hmmmm.....This whistleblowing is really working out for anti corruption body EFCC...

The amounts recovered were.. $38 million, N23 million and £27 million respectively.














65 comments:

  1. Jesus?!!! How much is that? Nigerians!!! I hail o. Tufia

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  2. Jesus?!!! How much is that? Nigerians!!! I hail o. Tufia

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  3. This over sabi by efcc will lead them to doing unethical things.its not finding money up and down the that will solve corruption in Nigeria.as far as we know all nah wash

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    1. Like seriously?

      And ethics in this context is defined as what?

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    2. Ehnehn...πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜• what dju eat tonight?
      Soooo... They should not look for money again abi?
      Mtcheeew

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    3. Really ? I'm surprised. These are people that are causing you hardship and you are here yarning dust. Wa wa alright.

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    4. Get educated and stop being ignorant .
      These are the people frustrating the efforts of the FGN and CBN in trying to bring down the exchange rate by moping up dollars the government injects into the economy . They create an artificial scarcity thereby driving up the dollar rate .

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    5. Something has obviously crushed your reasoning ability.
      What rubbish did you just yarn.
      If you don't have any sensible comment then keep kwayet

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    6. These anonymous idiots coming under my comment to spew thrash.keep on being brainwashed

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  4. Okay I haff taketh enough. ..I am travelling to Lagos tomorrow

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    1. Jehovah oh...
      Huh!!!
      It's well...
      Make I kwn too talk....
      Oluwa Favour mi....

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  5. If they share this money with just lagosians alone,we don rich be dat.

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    1. It shall not be well with the thieves and their generation. Haaa! Mogbe! $38m, not to talk of £27m, then N23m. Then this mumu lookin Jonathan will say his govt was the best.
      Chai! I weep for my country. This looting is damn too much. Greed.

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  6. After all these recovery what next?????




    #My case is different

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  7. Ewooooooooo
    Politicians have killed us ooo

    But all the monies recovered, where are they? Who has them? Hope they won't come and tell us Nigeria is broke again oooooo

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    1. That's why you need to wise up and read more, not only blog.
      All this cash can't be spent until the thief is sentenced by court of law.

      You can do better than next time.

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  8. This whistle blowing is for fowl NYASH atink? Mbok my account is still low!!! I need Money!!!!😭 In other words, when are gona start feeling the gains of this whistleblowing?? πŸ˜πŸ€”

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  9. Blood of Zechariah!!!

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  10. Omg! And we the masses are suffering. Pls all the ones efcc have recovered what is it being used for?

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    1. They are still exhibit in court because there are many cases in court contesting the seizures.God bless the President for coming up with policies preventing the evil thieves to take out all stolen monies. God bless those blowing the whistles.

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    2. What do you read again apart from this blog ? Educated illetrate.

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  11. Chai, see money oΓ²ooo chei

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  12. Na lie. Tomorrow Magu will say he nor fit remember how much. How much Nigeria get before before sef wey dem come begin dey recover huge loot?

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    1. Please tell us that was a mistake and you didn't really mean to say that

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  13. Ye!!! I don die. Is this money or paper? I dont believe this. It is photoshop😲😲😲😲

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  14. Hmmm, this just tells us how GEJ's regime was "fantastically corrupt". "Stealing isn't corruption after all".

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  15. Whistle blowing is now a very lucrative job in naija and very rewarding too

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    1. Yes oh.... Infact! Right now I'm looking for criminal friends. Check am na. 10% of this is gonna make me rich for the rest of my life. Abeg I can't shout.... 🚢🏽‍♀️

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  16. Abeg all this is looking like make believe abegi πŸ˜‚

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  17. Holy cow! Please is there an Association for whistleblowers, I think I want to join

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  18. Why do always run 2 social media whenever finding(s) is/are made?
    Can't they work silently and be sure of what they find b4 running 2 social media?
    At the end, they will still loss the case when taken 2 court!

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  19. No wonder they have refused to confirm Magu as EFCC chairman. He is really dealing with them. A country where people live below $1 per day. No good roads, hospitals, electricity just to mention a few and money is being stolen daily.

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    1. Yes ooo that's why they refuse to confrim

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  20. The thieves should be named and shamed first before prosecution. This used should be sold at 250.

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  21. See business ooo.

    Sugar must blow!

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  22. Pls abeg I'm no longer interested. All the millions and billions recovered what have they done with it? Efcc boss and others are eating it and getting fat.

    WHERE IS THE ALLOCATION FOR ALL THE RECOVERED MONIESSSS????? Which road did they fix? Which schools did they improve???? The money just dey circulate like roundabout.

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    1. Go get fuckin' educated! Rather than read gossip blogs all day, go read about how the law works and stop displaying ignorance. Educated illiterate!

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    2. Mumu comment, when na only blogs una go dey read for gossip.
      Govt can't spend the money until the case is taken to court and judgement obtained. It just remains an exhibit until judgement is gotten

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    3. Meanwhile efCC has lost up to 4 cases this yr. The money will fly.

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  23. OMg, see money ohhhhhh, in a particular house, this people really dealt with us, baba. But my problem is were are all this money's​ they've recover so far, it is surely well with us

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  24. Initial news said : $43.4million, £27,800 and 23.2m. Stella reports $38million πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ and £27k. I knew it! My guys no dey carry last. Even if Na you nko? Do the math nau. Chaaiii πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  25. Who owns the home,the person no get name?

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  26. BBN don finish and Nigerians are back to face the govt, so they must come up with another cooked up propaganda to distract the gullible ones. Why wasn't this money found when BBN was going on? Buharia Media Centre and the EFCC,we don see una handiwork. Mtchewwwwww

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    1. Fool! And what of the previous ones announced during the last few weeks? Keep reasoning through your retarded ass, let's see how far you get.

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    2. Only an Igbo person will reason like this.They still see GEJ, his wife & PDP as saints.

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  27. Chai this is another huge money!

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  28. This is from another group.......IT IS ABOUT YOU.

    Hey people, let me speak to you directly.

    The anti-corruption war is not about Buhari. It is not about anyone 50 years and above. It is about you, 40 years and below. And you are in the majority right now in Nigeria. It is about your future and that of your kids. It is about your happiness, prospects, welfare, employment opportunities, pride and honor.

    Do you know how old President Buhari is? If you don't, let me help you. PMB is 75 years. With God's blessing of long life, he gets another 25 years at most but you have many more years ahead of you.

    Buhari, shouldn't be leading the war against corruption, you should. Buhari's generation, got the best out of Nigeria. They had free education, scholarships and guess what? Jobs and cars waiting for them on graduation. You left school five years ago, you still can't find a job. You thought more degrees would give you an advantage and so you struggled to do your post-graduate but still no jobs. You're the one who should be leading the war on corruption not Buhari who in the real sense, has no more stake beyond leaving a country better than he met it.

    Now, instead of you to join PMB in his modest efforts to fight corruption no matter how imperfect it is, you're ignorantly joining up with the corrupt elements to attack the president. You're like the dog that is trapped but is threatening to bite anyone who tries to rescue her.

    Buhari, does not need the stress of the anti-corruption war if not for his abiding personal principles. It is easier and more profitable to him and his family to loot the treasury and safeguard and secure the future of his immediate families and generations to come.

    After all we have past leaders, accused of massive corruption going around in affluence and power without any questions or hints of prosecution.

    President Buhari deserves praise not insults. When you're tempted to insult PMB next time, think about this: it is not about Buhari but you. Nigeria has been good to Buhari and his generation.

    If you cannot say Nigeria has been good to you, join Buhari in his anti-corruption war.

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    1. God bless you real good. When I read comments from some youths of today, I really get scared of what the future holds for us.

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  29. Nigeria is with no doubt fucked.

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  30. Here is a wonderful of it video, check it out Stelladimokokorkus

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  31. God help the poor masses, this is not right.

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  32. This APC people Na big evil. No money has ever be recovered from apc men. Lol funny all the apc are saint and many mugu is here hailing them. War against corruption is for only past administration

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