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GEN. ISHAYA  BAMAIYI

ALHAJI WADA NAS

GEN. TAJUDEEN OLANREWAJU

GEN. THEOPHILUS  DANJUMA

GEN. ABDULKARIM  ADISA

TOM  IKIMI

DAN ETETE

DON ETIEBET

ABDUKADIR  ABACHI

MUHAMMED ABACHA

REAR A. MIKE AKHIGBE

ALHAJI  ISMAILA GWARZO

ALHAJI  UMARU  DIKKO

GEN.  ABUBAKAR

ADM. AUGUSTUS AIKHOMU

GEN. SANI ABACHA

GEN.  JERRY  USENI

GEN. IBRAHIM BABANGIDA

$100,000,000,000,000,000,00

$115,000,000,000,000,000,00

$145,000,000,000,000,000,00

$175,000,000,000,000,000,00

$190,000,000,000,000,000,00

$220,000,000,000,000,000,00

$250,000,000,000,000,000,00

$275,000,000,000,000,000,00

$350,000,000,000,000,000,00

$375,000,000,000,000,000,00

$400,000,000,000,000,000,00

$450,000,000,000,000,000,00

$500,000,000,000,000,000,00

$600,000,000,000,000,000,00

$680,000,000,000,000,000,00

$800,000,000,000,000,000,00

$750,000,000,000,000,000,00

$1.200,000,000,000,000,000,00

LOOTED MONEY DISCOVERED IN FOREIGN BANKS  INDIVIDUAL PROFILER IN NIGERIA (AS AT AUGUST 1999)

IBB                           -               N2462.35 Billion

Abubakar                   -               N0493.85 Billion

Mike Akhigbe             -               N549.645 Billion

Jerry Useni                -               N805.9 Billion

Ismail Gwarzo            -               N517.0 Billion

Umaru Dikko              -               N894.65 Billion

Paul  Ojuma               -               N35.00 Billion

Sani  Abacha              -               N1218.137 Billion

Mohammed Abacha    -               N210.7 Billion

Abdukadir  Abacha     -               N338.42 Billion

Wada Nas                  -               N237.4 Billion

Tom Ikimi                  -               N252.553 Billion

Dan Etere                  -               N327.42 Billion

Don Etiebet                -               N567.47 Billion

Al – Mustapha            -               N199.793 Billion

Anthony  Ani              -               N688.95 Billion

Bashir Dalhatu            -               N555.49 Billion

Gen. Wushishi            -               N228.695 Billion

Hassan  Adamu          -               N130.5 Billion

T.Y. Danjuma             -               N342.7 Billion

Ishaya                       -               N94.0 Billion

TOTAL                      -               N11.130657 Trillion


 LOOTED MONEY DISCOVERED IN FOREIGN BANKS

NAMES OF DEPOSITORS
LONDON
SWISS
U.S.A
GERMANY
GEN. IBRAHIM BABANGIDA
£6.256b
$7.41b
$2.00b
DM 9.00b
GEN. ABUBAKAR
£1.31b
$2.33b
$8.00m
DM 1b
REAR A. MIKE AKHIGBE
£1.24b
$2.42b
$671m
DM 900m
GEN. JERRY USENI
£3.046b
$2.01b
$1.01b
DM 700m
ALHAJI ISMAILA GWARZO
£1.03b
$2.00b
$1.30b
DM 345m
ALHAJI UMARU DIKKO
£4.5b
$1.4b
$700m
DM 500m
PAUL OGUWMA
£300m
$1.42b
$200m
DM 3.01m
GEN. SANI ABACHA
£5.01b
$4.09b
$800m
DM 535m
MOHAMMED ABACHA
£300m
$1.2b
$139m
DM 471m
ABDUKADIR ABACHA
£700m
$1.21b
$900m
DM 300m
ALHAJI WADA NAS
£600m
$1.32b
—–
DM 371m
TOM IKIMI
£400m
$1.39b
$133m
DM 371m
DAN ETETE
£1.12b
$1.03b
$400m
DM 1.72m
DON ETIEBET
£2.5b
$1.06b
$700m
DM 361m
MAJ. AL – MUSTAPHA
£600m
$1.001b
—–
DM 210m
ANTHONY ANI
£2.9b
$1.09b
$360m
DM 1.66b
BASHIR DALHATU
£2.3b
$1.001b
$161m
DM 1.43b
GEN. WASHISHI
£700m
$1.301b
—–
—–
ALHAJI HASSAN ADAMU
£300m
$200m
$700m
—–
T.Y DANJUMA
£1.36b
$1.02b
$300m
DM 190m
GEN. ISHAYA BAMAIYI
£120m
$800m
—–
—–

Sources:  London Times

We the youth of all nations cannot stand and be looking so-called corrupt leaders taking our money home for their own personal use or looting them around the world.

The Question is

·                    Where are they getting all this money from?

·                    Which kind of business do these people do?

·                    What has F.C.T done to these so-called imminents?

We ‘YOANEA’ must put an end to corruption, because things are getting out of hand. Our leaders has turned our funds to their private looted funds, as it was stated in Maxone Magazine Vol. 1 – No. 20 on how the Reckless spender and the names of Nigeria corrupt leaders and their loots, even looted money discovered in foreign banks and how they are painting Dubai Red with our money.

How they’re cruising with our money in Amani Club Dubai. Burj Al – Arab Hotel, Dubai per night is between $1000 and $28,000 (N4.5m). Entry fee to Amani Club is $1,500. Even some of these properties is owned by Nigeria politician in Dubai.

Corrupt politicians cruise on Helicopter cruise instead of the usual boat cruise.

Guest are flown from Nigeria to celebrate the Wedding & Birthday of their Children & girlfriend at Amani Club in Dubai. Corruption in Nigeria is pulling back our Economy, while the poor masses are crying for survival, No standard education, No job, No good water, No Empowerment, No Light, while our leaders are misusing our money for their own private use.

Bad Leadership must stop!

The youths must be recognized!

The past administration messed up this country (Olusegun Obasanjo), but they have done nothing to him till date, is one person more than crowed?

LET’S SEE GOVERNMENT TOP OFFICIALS CAUGHT WITH CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF OFFICE

Last time we hear how Chairman Pension Reform Task Team, Mr. Abdulrasheed Maina, shocked offifical of ICPC on Thursday with the revelation of how the pension reform task team caught a high ranking civil servant in the pension unit of the office of the Head of service with N2b stashed in his private residence.

The head of Pension Reform Task Team also narrate on how the team recovered over N151b to have been looted by official responsible for managing the pension funds. All we hear was that they has been arrested and were already in the process of prosecution and till date no more news on that in corruption!

It is corruption that makes Swiss court to order the retrial of Abacha’s son (Abba Abacha) – on looted funds (an estimate of $350 million) in secret accounts in Luxemburg & Barbados.

·                    Governors steal & stay pretty in Nigeria, and our government has done nothing to them.

·                    Ex – Governors plea No Bargain over N293b looted funds.

·                    Patrick Ekeji led NSC, used N1.2m to open a Facebook account, yes the very same facebook account you opened for free.

EFCC’s Revelation – on how former Gombe State Governor – Danjuma Goje and his Nasarawa State counterpart and laundered about N37.23b from their status, between May 2003 and May 2011.

Last time FG order EFCC to probe subsidy payments on fuel and many names was announced to the masses as the people that has been frauding us, since then do you hear any news on that again? – Corruption.

Igbinedion Embess led Edo’s N19b what has government done about that?

Former Governor of Delta State James Ibori disgrace Nigeria at London over corruption, what is this corruption – money laundering, even the loots found in His house.

Former Governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel faces indictment for corruption and abuse of office over one particular case, Mr. Daniel bought a London residence in December 2004 for £1.75m pounds or about N435mn, at Bishop’s walk, Croydon, surrey, according to records on the UK Land Registry obtained by EFCC but all they could say is that a sitting governor cannot be prosecuted until they leave office, said an EFCC spokesmen, till date no news on that, corruption. Even How Akala looted Oyo treasury.

We know how Senators few years back accused the country’s vice president, Atiku Abubakar of diverting more than $100m (£51m) in public funds to private interest.

The Senate launched the investigation after the ex-president, Olusegun Obasanjo, forwarded charges made by Nigeria’s anti corruptions body against Mr. Abubukar – a one time political ally.

In a report presented to the full senates, the investigating panel said it agreed with the findings that Mr. Abubakar helped divert $145m from Nigeria government accounts to banks.

Some of the money was then “fraudulently converted as loans for three companies connected to the vice – president.

The senate upheld the anti – corruption group’s findings that $6m of the diverted funds allegedly went to iGate, a Kentucky – based communications firm that tried to do business in Nigeria in 2004.

William Jefferson, a Louisiana Democrat has been under investigation in the US since March 2006 for allegedly using his position to help iGate – which sought contacts with Nigeria & other African nations and taking bribes in return. The FBI said it found $90,000 stashed in a freezer in his home.

$16b power scam:  IBB’s Allies call for OBJ’s Arrest.

Groups suspected to be allies of former military dictator, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, IBB, called for the probe of former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, on the alleged $16b power scam.

Addressing a press conference in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital recently, the IBB allies faulted civil society groups call that IBB should be probed on the alleged misappropriation of $12.4b oil windfall during the military dictator years in government.

The IBB allies queried the property of white paper of the Okigbo report attached to the civil society’s statement with a question “It is strange that the FG is receiving documents from civil society when same document was declared missing by the Obasanjo administration. Could it be that the civil society stole the document?

In a full page newspaper advertisement in a national daily, where the IBB loyalties published the full text of their press conference, they also queried the rationale behind the civil groups’ call for the probe of IBB’s alleged $12.4b oil windfall when nothing was said of Obasanjo’s $16b power scam.

“it beats our imagination why this group which we are part of are using this particular time & moment to petition the F.G. it was unanimously resolved that we should point our searchlight on all corrupt governments in Nigeria. We only read on the pages of newspapers that the government should probe IBB on the so-called oil windfall; the loyalties write in the advertorial.

They disassociated themselves from the call for the probe of IBB, describing it as having a selfish, ethnic and sentimental motive. The IBB allies were represented by Barrister Salisu Mohammed of Civil Society Movement for Justice and Freedom, Comrade Chukwu Nwabueze of Movement for Freedom and Equal Rights and Barrister Abiodun Akanbi of Human Rights Action Network.  Other six groups which all the leaders of the six groups signed the press statement.

What easily exposed the groups as IBB’s loyalties was their call on the government to jettison any plan to probe IBB saying “we view this as a national distraction considering the state of our country today”.

Instead of probing IBB, the former Military President’s alien said, “President Jonathan should concentrate on consolidating democracy rather than witch-hunting or probing past leaders of the nation…” All rubbish.

NIGERIAN TREASURY LOOTERS HAVE MOVED OVER TO CHINA, INDIA AND PERSIAN GULF COUNTRIES

As the United State Switzerland, France and Britain tighten avenues for Nigeria treasury looters to hide their money, new destinations for stolen funds have opened up in China, India and countries in the Persian Gulf.

The former United States ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador John Campbell, disclosed this at Achebe Colloquium on Africa.

Campbell noted that the Global Financial Integrity Group estimated that $854 billion U.S dollars left Africa as looted funds in the last fifty years. He stated that the final figure could be as high as $1.8 trillion with Nigeria having the highest outflow.

“Africa gives back to the world, twice of what it takes in” he said.

John Campbell mentioned that illicit assets from Nigeria contribute directly to international criminal activities which impact the U.S national security. “it is manifestly bad for Nigeria & manifestly bad for the United States”, he said.

The ambassador made this known as he discussed “Recovering looted funds with the likes of Peter Lewis of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Omoyele Sowore of Sahara reporters, Emmanuel Akomaye of EFCC and Walter Carrington, former U.S Ambassador to the United States.

Peter Lewis also referring to statistics provided by the Global financial integrity estimated that Nigeria had lost over $218 billion due to looting by Nigerian officials since 1970. This amounted to the total earnings of Nigeria during the two decades, 1980s and 1990s. He suggested that the U.S Justice department had not been doing enough the way the British had been.

In his conclusion, Walter Carrington questioned what happened to the money recovered like from Sani Abacha. He said that for Nigeria to get the support and recognition it deserves, Nigeria must move away from being see only in terms of corruption.

He advise Nigeria to continue pursuing after this so-called corrupt leader that loot money around the world.

“The recovery if assets stolen by the Nazi is still going on 60 years after; Ambassador Campbell said.

Nigeria youth’s, we must do something to stop these looters of our funds, and these funds are to be diverted to creativity of jobs in Nigeria.

Source: YOANEA

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