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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Ikoyi Whistle-blower Jets Out As Federal Government Pays First Tranche

The whistle-blower, who helped the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission recover the $43m, N23.2m and £27,800 (N13bn) from an Ikoyi apartment on April 12, 2017, has finally been paid his commission. 



It was also learnt that the whistle-blower travelled out of the country less than 24 hours after receiving part of the N421m reward.

According to punch, the whistle-blower’s lawyer, Mr. Yakubu Galadima, confirmed the development via a telephone call. He praised the government for finally honouring its agreement after eight months. He, however, said his client had not been paid in full, adding that the Federal Government had promised to pay him the balance next year.


The lawyer said, “My client confirmed to me that he had received a credit alert from the Federal Government. He travelled out of the country Wednesday morning. He has been paid the first instalment but there were many tax deductions. Yes, we are happy. I will give you more details later but I can confirm now that he has received some money. As you can see, my client did not run mad as predicted by Prof. Itse Sagay.


Galadima said the Federal Government’s decision to pay his client was an evidence that his client was the real whistle-blower out of the others that had been laying claim to the money.

16 comments:

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    1. My sister he is made for life. God has refused to shame him.
      Congratulations to him.

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  2. Efcc-approved cash. Person go chop dis one without indigestion.

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  3. Congrats to them.

    E dakun, e wo owo o! Na wa!

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  4. So what happened to the recovered loot? This useless APC govt is the more you look the less you see. May God deliver Nigerians from this hardship we brought on ourselves .

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  5. I think the whistle blower is still in the country. Maybe it's just a plan to protect him.

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  6. This guy should run as far as his legs can carry him. He should run until he can run no more
    I don't envy him

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  7. The story makes it sound like it's the money that made his travel possible but cab that really happen? Can one leave the country without prior arrangements? The same way they disclosed he's received alert, they should have mentioned the amount so that the thieves in power don't cheat him out of the balance with claims of payment. Anyways, he should try and be safe

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  8. Y d tax deduction....what has he done that tax is being taken out....so some one blew a whistle and the pays tax.....SMH

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    1. Lol, this one is just chatting shit. It is very obvious you don’t pay tax and plan not to ever pay tax. Ignorance is indeed a dieseas sometimes.

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    2. No mind am guy, na social media cause am. Makes some people spread ignorance like jam on toast

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    3. No mind am, spreading ignorance like olosho leg

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  9. About $1.1m dollars. If he's not smart on money management o boy will be broke in 2 yrs.

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