Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Breaking News: Nigerian Government Drops N100 billion Stolen Funds Charges Against Abacha

 Nigerian government has asked the United States to return $500 million recently frozen by the United States government as part of the funds stolen by the late dictator.
Premium Times is reporting that yet again on Wednesday the Federal government of Nigeria withdrew all corruption charges filed against the late dictator Sani Abacha and his son Mohammed Abacha who helped his father launder the money. The government had accused Mohammed of receiving stolen property worth $100.38 billion. The money believed to have been stolen by Abacha when he was the Nigerian head from 1993-1998. Several billions stolen by the late head of state and kept in foreign countries have been recovered by the government. The question now is that after recovering such monies where are they kept? Your guess is as good as mine...

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