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Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Nigeria Receives $311.7m Abacha Loot from US

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Monday confirmed the receipt of the sum of $311.7 million from the United State Government and the Bailiwick of Jersey.... 




The money is part of the money looted and stashed away by late former Nigerian Head Of State, General Sani Abacha.

The drawdown of the huge cash, which is referred to as ‘Abacha Loot 3’, was confirmed by the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami..... 
from Vanguard

32 comments:

  1. This abachas loot nor dey ever finish? Over 20 years now, they keep recovering more and more yet we don't see what its been used for in the country.
    They might as well stop informing us about it.

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    1. Liars!! They think we dont know..Lying on a dead man because he cannot defend himself..Continue APC! Continue!

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    2. Adore Creations5 May 2020 at 12:28

      No oo, they shouldn't stop informing us o, it's a gift that keeps giving 😁

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    3. Stella the attorney general said,its Abacha's assets o.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  2. This abacha that did not steal according to government. He kept it in a good place for us

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    1. He's the best Nigerian President yet. Even in death, he's still working and giving us money

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  3. She's going to enter voicemail as usual

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  4. This man money no dey ever finish? Only God knows how much Babangida, that interim one, Obasanjo, Atiku, Buhari etc stole and hid in one foreign bank. May God expose them all from now even till death just as He is exposing abacha.

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  5. Some Recoveries from Abacha's Loots

    1998 : $750m

    2000: $64m
     
    2002: $1.2bn

    2003: $160m

    2003: $88m

    2005: $461m

    2006: $44m

    2014: $227m
     
    2017: $322m

    2019: £211m

    2020: $311m

    #StatiSense


    A total calculation will be going to

    12 trillion naira..

    Abacha de geng Master.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Nigeria's Sugar Daddy

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    1. Attorney-General & Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami confirms receipt of $311,797,866.11 in Abacha Loot repatriated from the USA & Bailiwick of Jersey.

      The money will be transferred to @nsia_nigeria for investment in the Presidential Infrastructure Devpt Fund (PIDF)

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    2. Ola leave me day heck alone this hot afternoon Biko... Set awon sugar daddy indeed🀣🀣🀣

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    3. The greatest MONEY HEIST of all time huh

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  6. Baba yi ji ilu yi gbe mennn! kilode?

    Wetin Baba loke go judge hennn!

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  7. They will share this monies amongst themselves and increase the fuel, DStv,Nepa transportation tariff for the common man . Useless leaders ❌

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  8. Straight to the polithiefians pockects

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  9. Abacha loot !!!
    The legendary series πŸ‘€ πŸ‘€
    Lord knows when this his loot would be exhausted πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  10. If only it will get to the masses...
    They should continue cashing out 🀦🏽‍♀️

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  11. Should I be happy for this news???

    They will still loot the recovered loot.

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  12. I hope that consultancy agreement to pay 100m from the recovered loot has been scrapped.
    Them vultures of politicians are unrepentant when it comes to pilfering our commonwealth.

    In a few days from now, a funny project would be conceived in the North, and the money channeled to invisible hands and pockets.

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  13. US just targeted us at the right time. Oya una don get money, make una no complain sey una no get money to solve corona issues and other wahala wey una get for una country.
    Una too de beg beg.

    Oya Ganduje will be waiting for his own state allowee.
    Kogi state will be waiting for their 7billion that they claimed they used in building their fake isolation centre that the small wind blew away.

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  14. Chop money don land for the Aso boys?

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  15. Is there any need sending back money that would be re-looted again? We are still yet to see what they used the previous money to do.

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  16. And it will still be looted

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  17. I was really hoping that the money would have been withheld and not released at this time when billions of naira have been misappropriated amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Several millions had previously been returned and no evidence to show they were judiciously utilised.Instead of returning the so called Abacha loot to be relooted by avaricious politicians,one would have preferred its kept away from the current vulturous regime and saved until a credible,prudent and accountable leader ascends the office.We hear of outrageous amounts being repatriated,yet no meaningful impact made in the lives of the people, as it's always channelled into several pockets of individuals within the corridors of power.What happened to the last loot that was repatriated?we were told it was shared among Nigerians-I laugh.A loot that would never be used to spur activities in the mortgage industry,support the resuscitation of ailing sectors,fund projects in Universities,clear accumulated arrears of pensioners,build refineries with PPP,provide state of the art equipments in our hospitals and put smiles on the faces of Nigerians should never be returned but confiscated perpetually.

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  18. Even in death, Abacha is still catering for Nigeria

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  19. Money that will be shared among our foolish politicians

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  20. More money for them to steal and hide in their agbada

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  21. Cabal!!! Oya food don done, time for sharing. But sha, one day una go vomit all the dough. Maggots!!!

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  22. The same Abacha that didn't steal oo, according to oga Buhari. They have been recovering stolen loot for more than 20yrs. It is well

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