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Ibori loot

15 Nov
Delta State Government Monday said it was disappointed by the Federal Government's "deliberate" refusal to return the £4.2 million the former governor James Ibori looted from the state to it seven months after the release of the money by the UK Government. The 4.2 million pounds refund money was received by the Federal government from…
26 May 2021
Nigeria's accountant-general Wednesday said the £4.2m looted by the former governor of Delta State James Ibori has not been received. Mr Ahmed Idris also walked back on the comments to a committee of the House of Representatives on Tuesday that the fund has been returned to the accounts of the Delta State government. The accountant-general…
25 May 2021
The Accountant General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, on Tuesday, said the £4.2 million Ibori loot recently received from the United Kingdom government has been given to Delta State. Idris, said this when he appeared before the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on Assessment and Status of All Recovered Loots Movable and Immovable Assets from…
18 May 2021
Nigerian authorities Tuesday said the state funds looted by the former governor of Delta State James Ibori, has returned to the country. Nigeria's Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, said in a statement by his spokesman, Dr Umar Jibrilu Gwandu, that a total of £4,214,017.66 of the loot associated with the family members of former Delta…
James Ibori
4 May 2021
Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has said the Federal Government was working round the clock to take hold of stolen Nigerian assets.
26 Mar 2021
Moreover, the principles of reparation – which includes restitution, repatriation, damages, etc – and the undoing of unjust enrichment as required of state parties by the UNCAC
25 Mar 2021
On Tuesday, 9 March 2021, national newspapers widely reported that the United Kingdom (UK) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to return the sum of £4.2 million of assets plundered by former Delta State Governor (1999 – 2007), James Ibori. That was good news. But it was short-lived by the statement credited to the…
James Ibori
18 Mar 2021
A former Deputy Director-General, Nigerian Law School, Prof. Ernest Ojukwu (SAN), has joined his voice in the argument about who is entitled to the £4.2million United Kingdom government seized
17 Mar 2021
The public debate sparked off over who, between the Federal Government and the Delta State government should take possession of funds of the state recovered from associates of a former governor...
16 Mar 2021
The news of the eventual repatriation of part of the public funds looted by former Governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori, while serving as the Governor of Delta State
12 Mar 2021
Capt. Tony Onoharigho, President, Nigerian Institute of Shipping, on Friday urged the Federal Government to use the repatriated James Ibori loot to develop the three ports in Delta.
11 Mar 2021
The House of Representatives, yesterday, directed the Federal Government to halt the spending plan of the recovered £4.2 million Ibori loot and ensure that the money...


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