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Wednesday, June 05, 2019

Late Nigerian Dictator’s £211,000,000 Seized From Bank Account In Channel Islands

Money to the value of £211,000,000 has been seized from a Jersey bank account that belonged to a former dictator General Sani Abacha ......






Abacha was a Nigerian army officer and de facto president between 1993 until his death in 1998. He laundered money through the US into the Channel Islands and now that money has been recovered. 

The money was put in accounts held in Jersey by Doraville Properties Corporation, a British Virgin Islands company. The money is now being held by the government until authorities in Jersey, the US and Nigeria come to an agreement on how it should be distributed.

from metro.co.uk 

27 comments:

  1. Can Nigeria ever recover from the wounds this man inflicted on Nigeria be his demise ? I'm just wondering how much monies are still hidden all over the world by the late Abacha?

    Faith-Remains-Our-Compass

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    1. And his shameless kids going on Instagram and other social media platform posting high end lifestyle while the poor man is praising and liking. sMH
      No shame in stealing anymore

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  2. Ahhhh ahhhh. This abacha loot no dey finish? Now i can categorically say this man was a beast. See money wey only him thief go hide for obodo oyibo

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  3. Jesus. See money. For just one man and his family. 🙁🙁 God please i beg you, do more than what i ask so there is non like me all my days. Convert the wealth of Nations to me. Pleaseeeee

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    1. This is a wicked prayer. This is exactly what Abacha did. You want God to give you other people's wealth that you did not work for. Wait let it fall from heaven upon you. Greedy and entitled Nigerian youth.

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    2. @11.45 Please read to comprehend. The wealth of Nations is a parable for abundant wealth. I don't want anyone's wealth. God has enough for everyone. I am not in support of what Abacha did. He stole what could have been used for Infrastructure. Maybe i didn't make my point clear enough.

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  4. Abacha the great. Still sending is money even in death 👏👏👏. Some people have realy sucked us so dey that I laugh when they say Dangote Is The richest Nigerian.

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  5. Read this morning that the recovered money will be shared between Nigeria and Jersey. So hurtful!

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  6. Nigeria is about to receive credit alert..this man stole Nigeria blind.

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  7. This money would be stolen by another set of thieves!
    Naija my country!!

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  8. the stingy Brits would not want to let go of this money

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  9. This man can’t defend himself because he is dead. He allegedly looted all these monies during a particular period and the economy did not crash. Let me not say what I’m thinking.

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  10. Abacha keeps sending us alert from the grave. Years after he had died.
    I wonder how this man was able to loot such bizarre amounts when our denominations were just 20 and 50 naira.

    Our leaders are currently planning on how to reloot the money.

    A~loota~continua. 🤣🤣🤣

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  11. hmmmm , may God put me in the position to steal my own
    nobody should tell me nonsense o

    bibilomo

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    1. I doubt u expect that prayer to work.

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    2. You no dey enter bus? God has already put you in the position. Pickpocket things. Na position to steal you dey find abi?

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  12. Shebi dat long Dullardino said d guy wasn't corrupt? So wia did ds money cum frm? Abi e go eject am? Nonsense & Buhari!

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  13. Abacha is not a thief according to na dem.

    He is not corrupt only PDP corrupt pass but his brother no see am. Keep blaming PDP for money stolen by abacha

    Only God knows how much is still awaiting Nigeria because the loot is never finished.

    Abacha hope you dey heaven with these stealing? Come and answer

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  14. Keep sending alert from the grave

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  15. Lord have mercy!!!, even after how many years of this man's death them still dey recover funds.....

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  16. Abeg how much this man thief? wey he still dey send 9ja credit alert from grave.

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  17. I still want to believe Abacha didnt steal money directly from money earmarked to run Nigeria (budget). I want to believe he had a money printing machine and printed any money he wanted not minding what Nigeria did with her budget.
    Honestly, all the cash that has been recovered, that is being recovered and yet to be recovered seem to be more than the country's budget in his years of rule.
    I guess those under him mismanaged the budget while he went on a daily printing spree.
    Imagine if he needs money, I doubt he in his tyrannical ways will wait to bite off national budget, straight to CBN.

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  18. Even in the land of the death, Abacha will still be stealing that when his great grand children come, they don't need to work. Stealing get level. The same man Buhari said never stole. Buhari you are a thief also.

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  19. y'all blaming Abacha, is he not the only dead president Nigeria even had that still sends credit alert to the country from beyond?
    I pray all the looters of Nigeria die quickly so that we will receive their own credit alert very soon. Sombori say a big amen.....😂

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  20. America wants to steal our money
    Na wa

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