Why Abacha stashed money in foreign accounts, by Al-Mustapha
Former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to the late Military Head of State, Major Hamza Al-Mustspha has declared that the funds being recovered as General Sani Abacha’s loot were kept in foreign banks with the knowledge of traditional rulers.
June 12: Grappling with credible democracy 21 years on
Twenty-seven years ago, former Military Head of State, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida annulled the June 12 Presidential election acclaimed to have been won by the late business mogul and candidate of the defunct Social Democratic Party (SDP), Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola.
Yadudu flays restructuring proponents, defends 1999 constitution
Former Legal Adviser to the late head of state, General Sani Abacha, Prof Auwal Yadudu has criticized the promoters of restructuring and charged them to follow the existing legal order, which is the 1999 Constitution.
Abacha loot repatriation and matters arising
In their inordinate lust for filthy lucre, some Nigerian leaders have been indicted in different corrupt practices, misappropriation of public funds, fraud, embezzlement and looting public funds in order to enrich themselves.
Nigeria denies it plans to hand over $100m from Abacha loot to Kebbi governor
The Nigerian government on Saturday said it is mischievous to claim that it asked the United States to give $100 million from loots recovered from former military dictator Sani Abacha to Kebbi State governor Atiku Bagudu. "The Bagudu family assets in contention, which constitute a distinct and separate cause of action, do not have anything…
Abacha loot and a plundered country
Nigeria`s blessing as a basket of bounteous resources has often come across as a curse because of a small group of people that have by their actions over many yawning years conspired to let loose on Nigeria a pack of plunderers and predators that would rival ....
Why government must take advantage of radio
The Nigerian broadcasting industry, especially radio, has evolved following its deregulation in 1992 with the establishment of the NBC act 38 of 1992 and 55 of 1999 as amended, providing the platform for more engagement with the public.
$267m Abacha loot recovered from British Virgin Islands firm
More than $267 million traced to the family of late Nigerian despot General Sani Abacha has been seized from a British Virgin Islands firm and paid into government coffers in Jersey. The money was a part of more than $300 million stash the Jersey government said on its website was “laundered through the US banking…