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Monday, August 01, 2016

Ex Governors Who Must Face Corruption Charges Listed.

Years after leaving office, many former governors suspected to have looted the resources of their states are to face criminal prosecution. 




As a prelude to taking on the suspects, who are no fewer than 31 in number, the Federal Government recently raised a national prosecution team made up of eminent Nigerian lawyers to review all the corruption cases already investigated by anti-graft agencies over the years. File photo: Cross section  of Nigeria Governors’ Forum. 

Ironically, many of the suspects left office as early as 2003, while the rest ended their tenure and lost immunity from prosecution between 2007 and 2015 but were never questioned by any of the agencies. Most of them were reportedly investigated by the Justice Mustapha Akanbi-led Independent Corrupt Practices and other offices Commission, ICPC, while others were probed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

The Buhari administration, whose major agenda is to eradicate corruption from the polity, is said to be upset that the suspected politically exposed persons have not been brought to justice, thereby giving fillip to many other politicians to loot with impunity.

The Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, confirmed to Vanguard at the weekend, that all the corruption cases against the former governors were being reviewed. “I can confirm that all the cases referred to are being reviewed to ensure that those who have cases are brought to book, while those who have no case are cleared once and for all,” the minister said. 

Plans to revoke Odili, others’ cases Vanguard learned from competent sources that the Federal Government had also begun moves to revoke the perpetual injunction secured by former Rivers State governor, Dr. Peter Odili, to pave the way for his trial over alleged mismanagement of N100 billion by his administration.

The government is said to be making the point that the judge who granted the injunction worked against the overall interest of justice as the constitution of Nigeria didn’t give the judge the power to permanently protect a suspect from being investigated and tried for financial crimes. 

The federal judge, who gave the injunction, is said to be under pressure to explain to legal authorities why he granted such an order and whether in his opinion, the cause of justice had been effectively served by his questionable decision. The EFCC is said to be working relentlessly to set aside the injunction, which had shaken the judicial circles since it was given by the judge in 2007. 

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, is said to have written to the Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission directing the reopening of the cases. A top source in ICPC confirmed that many of the former governors were investigated and charged to court but that the cases had not made progress, thus giving the impression that nothing was done about them.

Among the former governors whose cases are being reopened are President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki (Kwara); factional Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Modu Sheriff (Borno); the Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom); and Dr. Peter Odili (Rivers). 

The case files, according to sources in the Ministry of Justice, have already been recalled for necessary actions. Others, whose cases are being reviewed, include Orji Uzor Kalu (Abia), Chimaroke Nnamani (Enugu), Saminu Turaki (Jigawa), Sule Lamido (Jigawa), Joshua Dariye (Plateau), Ahmed Yerima (Zamfara), Gabriel Suswam (Benue), Martin Elechi (Ebonyi), Danjuma Goje (Gombe) and Murtala Nyako (Adamawa). The rest are: Ikedi Ohakim (Imo), Obong Victor Attah (Akwa Ibom), Achike Udenwa (Imo), Abdullahi Adamu (Nasarawa), Gbenga Daniel (Ogun), Jolly Nyame (Taraba), Boni Haruna (Adamawa), George Akume (Benue), Rashidi Ladoja (Oyo), Attahiru Bafarawa (Sokoto), Adebayo Alao-Akala (Oyo), Usman Dakingari (Kebbi), Adamu Mu’azu (Bauchi), and Lucky Igbinedion (Edo). 

In reviewing the cases, Malami said: “It is clear that some of these governors and other politically-exposed persons have not been charged to court, despite the fact that the ICPC has concluded their investigations concerning allegations levelled against them, for one reason or the other. “It is the position of the present administration that these suspects must be prosecuted in line with the anti-corruption agenda of the government,” Malami said.



Source: Vanguard



*Please oh,Buhari should continue with the anti corruption war but also stretch his tentacles to other areas,businesses have come to a halt because everyone is confused about the next step to take,this is not funny anymore.Infact i doubt anyone would support his corruption war at this stage....

I am even thinking if Nigeria will even survive without corruption.

Anyway,what's my own?All i know is that HE WHO COMES TO EQUITY MUST DO SO WITH CLEAN HANDS!

40 comments:

  1. God will give all of them the good health needed to face their trial




    *Larry was here*

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    1. This list is rubbish
      I reading it to find Tinubu, Fashola, Ameachi n the other southwest Govnor
      Mchewww
      If Odili, Udenwa etc that served under OBJ names are there why Tinubu no dey
      C'mon u guys be real with your Kwaruption for once

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    2. Lilly yu forgot even GEJ ndobj Coudnt probe tinubu nd wen de did he won dem in court. Tinubu s smart my dear

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  2. @Donald duke is not there?

    All the money he has been using to finance @Mbong Amata nkor?


    @Donald duke tried in Crossriver...he really tried I must say....but he should be listed...So also @Li imoke the womanizer.





    @Galore

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    1. The witch hunt continues. Yinmu no be small

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    2. Mbong Amata + Donald Duke? Akokwana.
      Men. Men. Men. Arrrrrggghhhhh!

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  3. Can't find @Tifnubu and @Rotimi ameachi on that list


    The person that complied this list is really on Drugs





    @Galore

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    1. @Galore, the person is on a very cheap drug. I was happy about it till i saw that Rotimi Ameachi and Bola Tinubu's name were not there. The fight for corruption ought to be fair, not otherwise.

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    2. Even if them erase all the names, as long as dt one from benue without a heart is there, I'm ok. He can take the punishment of all the others.

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  4. Buhari is a confused vision less mofo

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  5. Stella,chop kiss!...

    Vuharia is just a disgrace!,..he knows nothing about leadership...
    Well,what do you expect from an illiterate...
    Ask him about the economy of Nigeria and he will say kworoption!,,.
    Ask him about the militant in the Niger delta and he will answer you with kworoption!...
    The only language he knows is kworoption!...
    Kai!...Nigerians are finished!,..

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    1. Since Kworoption is the only language he understands, let him deal with it, when the people that understands economy in Nigeria and Niger delta militants comes they will deal with those ones, I still wonder which language Jonathan understood. God help us.

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  6. Buhari knows nothing about economy or modernization and making life easier for the masses.
    He is still stuck in 1984 trying to impose unnecessary hardship on innocent Nigerians. And chasing rats while the house is on fire.

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  7. Corruption against ex governors,opening of Bola Ige's murder cases and plenty other things that will engage you till the 4yrs will be over without any meaningful result.

    Kwantinu

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  8. Where is Uduaghan? Hmmm. Sharp guy

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  9. Madam Stella.It is foolhardy to ask Buhari to fetch water with a leaking bucket;just because you are thirsty.Government theft has become so commonplace and acceptable to us in this country.when does it stop?When there is no longer a bucket(even a leaking one),to fetch water?We have to get it right.Right now.Whoever said it would be easy?Fellow Nigerians keep your eyes on the prize.Our children MUST inherit a sane and viable nation.

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  10. Madam Stella.It is foolhardy to ask Buhari to fetch water with a leaking bucket;just because you are thirsty.Government theft has become so commonplace and acceptable to us in this country.when does it stop?When there is no longer a bucket(even a leaking one),to fetch water?We have to get it right.Right now.Whoever said it would be easy?Fellow Nigerians keep your eyes on the prize.Our children MUST inherit a sane and viable nation.

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  11. Germany wey you dey una government officials dey tiff tiff like dis?Na wa to you Stella.

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  12. That good:thank God lucky is among;:;nice work.😁😃

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  13. story for the godsssssssssssssssssss.

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  14. Is Rotobi Amaechi, Fashola, Tinubu and Dullardinho are not in that list, then is not complete.

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  15. I don't see Chinwoke Mbadinuju of Anambra there. This list must have been tampered with.

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  16. If Tinubu and Fashola is not on that list then there is something wrong with it,am totally in support of the probe of all the governors,they all stole public funds,so Buhari be guided

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  17. Lin Lin happy new month to you. My personal person. Hope all is well.

    Leave the old baba that refused to put thiefnubu and amaechi there. who are they fooling.

    na them sabi. the economy is still in a mess, even self shit don rub am everywhere

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    1. Yes oh my sister...hope you are good,..
      Have a wonderful new week and month....

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  18. So Odili get mind thief money finish, then use him judiciary connection secure perpetual injunction? So these politicians de look us like ping pong balls, fit only for tossing? One cannot even begin to imagine the impetus...smh.

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  19. #May your dreams stay big and your worries stay small*

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  20. Ode pple...Tinubu was has been tried n vindicated by d law... so u all shld kip shut

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  21. They should leave the others except LUCKY IGBINEDION.... Oleeeeee

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  22. They convniently forgot T A Orji's name in the list and these people, these fools say they are fighting corruption!!

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  23. why is tinubu's name not among those mentioned.he alone cleared lagos state and is still doing so.

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  24. I can't see Tinubu, Fasola and Ameachi's names there. Until these people are brought to justice, I have little regard for this government.....

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  25. To set the record straight, tinubu as been investigated by EFCC after his tenure and he was the only surviving opposition Governor that was given a certification on no case against by then EFCC chairman. So he has no case to answer but that were shortlisted now had been arrainged and guilty of those offences but no court of law in land have done the justice to their matter.

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    1. Asswipes! The law may not "catch up" with him here but in the afterlife it will

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  26. All the pay masters ex gov turn Osho free listed on here .

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