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Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Items Seized From Jailed Ex Pensions Boss Abdulrasheed Maina..

On Monday, November 8, 2021 a Federal High Court in Abuja sentenced ex pension reform task team (PRTT) Boss Maina, to eight years imprisonment following a N2.1billion pension scam.










Maina had pleaded not guilty to a 12-count charge of money laundering but Justice Okon Abang found the accused guilty.

Following the conviction, the Economic and financial crimes commission gave a close view into the crimes committed by the ex-pensions boss.

According to a statement put out by the Commission, below is a list of properties and large sums uncovered while investigating Maina.


-Property in Jabi, Abuja worth $1.4 million (paid in cash).

- Luxurious mansion in Dubai

- Maina’s company – Northrich Company owns over 50 cars.

Mainas Colster Logistics, received an inflow of over $400,000 from cash deposits.

- Over N500 million was discovered in the account of Kangolo Dynamic, within the years Maina was chairman of PRTT. (The company has never carried out any service or contract).

- Property worth $2 million in Jabi, Abuja.

- Two accounts belonging to Maina holds cash deposits of N300 million, N500 million, and N1.5 billion.

- Properties in the United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Having established his sentencing, the court ordered Maina and his firm – Common Input Property and Investment Limited to restitute about N2.1billion that was traced to their bank accounts, to the Federal Government.

The company would be dissolved thereafter..

from 1stnews...




These monies will be relooted!

22 comments:

  1. Ike gwuru Nigeria. Stella as you rightly said, they will be looted and the citizens more especially the pensioners that the money rightfully belongs to will not get a dime of it. This country is such a terrible place.

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  2. Where is the Lord God of Elijah??

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  3. See his bloated face....some humans just have no conscience. Old ppls sweat.

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  4. Before nko...na to rellot remain now

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  5. Imagine the sheer greed of one human being. Thank God I did not see 8 million dollar boxer.

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  6. Property and money seized from people from loan defaults to confiscations. One keeps wondering what happens to them. Or does ownership change to another person in power?

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  7. I expected to see amongst these: His Ralph Lauren boxers, Louis Vuitton socks and shoes e.t.c amongst his forfeited items to be auctioned just like they did to Dieziani..What is good for the goose, is good for the gander...

    This man is very sick in the head...Stealing like no man's business...

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  8. In all of these, what happens to the pensioners whose funds were embezzled? Both those alive and dead? What measures are put in place to actually make sure that what is due to them actually gets to them or their families? God's eternal judgement awaits the likes of maina. Many have died while waiting for the little stipend due them while this thief was busy amassing wealth for his greedy self and generation.it will never be well with him.

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  9. Oju ole re. One greedy man owns all these, how Nigeria wan take better na.

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  10. Nna ehn Nigeria is rich but unfortunately the money is in few hands.It is well

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  11. If they allow him to go with the money, can he use it to buy more lives and add to his?

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  12. Na wa! Only one person accumulating this for him self. The level of greed in 🇳🇬 can only be cured by God.

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  13. These are people's pensions that should be paid to them and their families as some of
    them have died out of hardship

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  14. They did not recover his pants and boxers? 😏😏😏😏

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  15. That's why some of those Pension office staff, especially at their head office, are always on edge anytime u come around asking even the most innocent questions.

    Every day for the thief... one day for the owner.

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  16. What about the pensioners? The money rightfully belongs to them and their families. Government should make effort to ensure they and their families get theirs, dead or alive. This is very sad.

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