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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Patience Jonathan Begs EFCC For Out-of-Court Settlement Amidst Huge Fraud Cases

Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan, appears to be tired of fighting the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in court and has asked for an out-of-court settlement.






In a January 30, 2018 letter, titled “Proposal for out-of-Court Settlement of all cases related to Dame (Mrs.) Ibifaka Patience Jonathan,” Mr. Jonathan told the EFCC of her intention to settle the matter, the News Agency of Nigeria reported Tuesday. The letter, which was written by her counsel, Ifedayo Adedipe, is being considered by the EFCC.


The letter said: “As senior counsel, representing Dame (Mrs.) Patience Jonathan (former First Lady) and companies linked to her and some family members, associates, companies and NGOs, we have thought it fit to engage your commission in a discussion over all issues involving her and the commission with a view to having amicable resolution of all cases as stated above.


“This will enable both sides create an atmosphere for mutual understanding and peaceful coexistence. We will therefore appreciate it, if you can give us an appointment at your earliest convenience to have a discussion over all matters involving her and members of her family. We believe that an amicable settlement will be in the best interest of both your commission and our client. We assure you of our utmost commitment and sincerity of purpose in this connection, and we solicit your cooperation in this regard. Please, accept the assurances of our warm regards.


The letter came as EFCC stumbled on more startling information on how

Mrs. Jonathan piled up dollar deposits in Skye and First banks, including how she lavished part of the money. The former first lady has been linked by investigators to huge amount of bank deposits and several choice properties across the country.

11 comments:

  1. Make una leave@Mama peace alone mbok....



    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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  2. Ooh she's ready to settle out if court?! But I thought she didn't do anything wrong.
    Awon Ole nla

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    1. Same thought. Since she and her supporters believed she is witch hunted by EFCC why settling out of court, madam proof your innocence. Awon ole gbangba.

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  3. EFCC una no dey taya for this woman mata?

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  4. Not interested here biko. They will enrich their pocket with the proceeds and poor masses are being killed by hunger and their machinery Fulani Herdsmen.

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  5. Out or court settlement for criminal investigation?! Only in Nigeria...

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  6. Where are the "Witch Hunters" wailers?

    Even the hero's wife knows when the kitchen is getting hot yet you people will be shouting "media trial", "witch hunt" all over the place. Mtscheew

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  7. #Acknowledging the good that is already in your life, is the foundation for all abundance*

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  8. Such is life. The lady that closed down airports.

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