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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Ikoyi Loot Whistle-blower Musa Sues EFCC, AGF And Others

An acclaimed whistle-blower, Abdulmunmini Musa, who allegedly disclosed the information leading to the recovery of the sum of $43.4m, N23.3m and 27,800 Euros from Flat 7 Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos State, has filed a suit demanding payment of whistle-blowing fee on the recovery.





The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Federal Ministry of Finance, and the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN), and three others were sued as the defendants in the suit filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja.


Three other defendants were those the plaintiff claimed participated in the whistle-blowing exercise over the Ikoyi funds said to have been kept in the building by the National Intelligence Agency.

From Punch


*Whistleblower suing?chai this man collect whatever you get and go and hide!!!

12 comments:

  1. Yes ooo.
    They want to cut him out of the money so he is being smart

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    1. Depends on your definition of smart. He should have remained anonymous and take over 300m naira. I think he’s being foolish. The case go dey court till buhari comot

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  2. whistle-blower identity is now known. Thought they were suppose to have masked identity.

    Nigeria my country. Soon you will hear he died mysteriously.

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  3. Abeg make him sue.. Dem never give am him money finish.... Agreement is agreement mbok..... They said dem go pay am some percentage, so why Dem no gree pay am again?

    Okey, there excuse was, he will FAINT when he received that huge sum.... Abeg is it @Federal government "fainting "?


    Mtchew





    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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  4. This is annoying. So there is no privacy again for whistle blowers abi? Why not just give him his cut as promise? A deal is a deal

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  5. This is annoying. So there is no privacy again for whistle blowers abi? Why not just give him his cut as promise? A deal is a deal

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  6. The government must give whistleblowers what they promised, this is cheating.

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  7. Why are they revealing Oga whistle blower's identity na...chai!! May you stay alive to chop this your money ooo.Amin

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  8. BRAVE. BUT I HOPE HE DOES NOT LOSE ALL.

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  9. The government has always said any blower will be paid between 2.5 and 5 percent, i wonder why greed wan kill this guy? For those that will argue if you deal in property the standard agency fee is 10 percent,when the value of the transaction become large the percentage drops to something between 5 and 7.5 percent.

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