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If you are oppurtuned the new EFCC boss today. What are the questions that you will like to ask her.

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with so many diverse tought, the truth may be hard to say, but eyes can not decieve when it sees. No one will actually see what is wron in the Yar'Dua's daughter N300million wedding. Good riddance to bad rubish! Nigeria dey weeep o.

You can see the list of endless EFCC CASES. Kai where are we going.

ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIME COMMISSION PENDING CASES

S/NO ACCUSED DATE OF ARREST AND REASON FOR THE ARREST. COUNSEL(S) TO THE ACCUSED. DATE BAILED, CORT, AND THE JUDGE THAT GRANTED THE BAIL. BAIL CONDITION.

1 Prof. Adenike Grange February 28, 2008.

Professor Adenike Grange and nine other officials of the ministry standing trial on a 56 count charge of criminal breach of trust and fraud. Chief Alex Iziyon (SAN)

Abdullahi Ibrahim (SAN). Tuesday 15th April, 2008. (By an Abuja High Court presided over by Justice Salisu Garba. The sum of N10 million each.

Each accused person to produce a surety who must be a prominent Nigerian.

Accused persons to deposit their international passports with the court.

Accused persons to report to the Head of Operations of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on every first Monday of the month. ( the same with nine others standing trial with minister)

2 Gabriel Aduku February 28, 2008.

Dr. S. S. Ameh (SAN) Tuesday 15th April, 2008. (By an Abuja High Court presided over by Justice Salisu Garba. SAME AS ABOVE

3 Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello Monday May 19, 2008. (She was subsequently remanded at the Maitama Police Station, Abuja.) Bankole Akomolafe Wednesday May 21, 2008.

Abuja High Court presided over by Justice Salisu Garba) N10 Million naira fine.

Surety who must be a prominent citizen of Nigeria in the like sum.

Submission of all travel documents to the court for the period of the trial.

The accused person to report to the Head of Operations, EFCC on the first Monday of every month.

4 Mr. Ayo Fayose Monday, October 16, 2006 (51-count charge of stealing and money laundering). Mr. Yusuf Alli, SAN.

Mr. Ricky Tarfa SAN January 21, 2008 Justice Abubakar Tijani. (Trial commenced on February 18, 2009). N50 million with two sureties in like sum, the sureties must be resident in Lagos; they must also be property owners in Lagos. Each of such property must have a certificate of occupancy, (C of O), the C of O should be deposited with the court, and the registrar of the court must verify the authenticity of such documents. He must submit his international passport to the court and must not travel without its permission.

5 Uduamaka Okoronkwo Arrested in France on October 31, 2008 on a European warrant.

Said to be James Ibori’s banker. Joseph Daudu (SAN) Feb 11, 2008

Federal High Court Kaduna.

Justice Mohammed Lawal Shuaibu Sum of N10 million with two sureties in like sum. The sureties are required to have landed properties in Kaduna.

6 Chief James Ibori Wednesday, 12 Dec 2007.

The London Metropolitan Police say the immediate past Governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori, used British banks to stash £20 million public funds to finance his flamboyant lifestyle. he is standing trial in a 167- count charge of fraud and embezzlement. Joseph Daudu (SAN) Feb 11, 2008

Federal High Court, Kaduna.

Justice Mohammed Lawal Shuaibu. Ibori was granted bail in the sum of N50 million with three sureties in like sum The sureties are required to have landed properties in Kaduna.

7 Mrs Kema Chikwe EFCC recovers N15m from Kema Chikwe.

8 Mr. Gbenga James July 27, 2006.

For allegedly laundering N115,286,171.15 for Governor Ayodele Fayose. Yusuf Alli, SAN. Monday 21, August 2006

Justice Tijani Abubakar. N25m bail with two sureties.

9 Mr Goke Olatunji Monday, July 31, 2006.

For allegedly laundering N115,286,171.15 for Governor Ayodele Fayose Yusuf Alli, SAN, Monday 21, August 2006

Justice Tijani Abubakar.

10 Orji Uzor Kalu July 11, 2007.

112-count charge of money-laundering, corruption and stealing running into about N3.1billion, among others. Anwa Kalu (SAN)

Rickey Tarfa. July 27, 2007.

Justice Binta Murtala-Nyako. N100 Million with two sureties in like sum that must have landed property in Abuja.

The sureties must also be tax payers with evidence of payment for three consecutive years which must be verified by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS).

The accused must depose to an affidavit as to the number of countries he is a citizen and must surrender all his passports including all his travelling documents to the court.

He must also provide two traditional rulers who would stand for him and must report to EFCC weekly.

He was also ordered to produce three copies of his recent passport photographs

11 Saminu Turaki 11 July 2007.

32-count charge of money laundering. He is alleged to have laundered about N36 billion of public funds into private accounts Mr Rotimi Jacobs

Olajide Ayodele SAN. July 27, 2007.

Justice Binta Murtala Nyako. The sureties must be owners of landed property in Maitama or Asokoro districts of Abuja and must show evidence of tax payment in the last three years.

To deposit his certificate of return as a senator with the court, and to depose to an affidavit on oath stating all countries he has citizenship, including all passports with the court.

12 Bauchi State Ministry of Finance, Alhaji Ibrahim Muhammed, the Auditor-General of the State, Alhaji Abubakar Isa and the Officer in Charge of Investment in the Ministry, Alhaji Ibrahim Aliyu. Thursday, 05 June 2008 Allegedly selling the shares of the state government in Ashaka Cement Company valued at N89 million.

13 Former Managing Director and Chief Executive of the defunct Triumph Bank Plc, Mr. Francis Atoju. June 9, 2008. Allegedly granting unauthorised loans of about N600 million to some customers of the bank while in office.

14 Joshua Chibi Dariye Dariye is standing trial over 14 count charges involving about N37billion. Conrad Joseph SAN Justice Babs Kuewunmi A surety to the tune of N100million to be guaranteed by a traditional ruler and one other person who must own property either in Maitama or Asokoro districts of Abuja. The sureties are also to submit their travel documents and Certificate of Occupancy of the properties being tendered.

15 Chief Kenny Martins June 18, 2008. mismanagement of N50 billion Chief Mike Ozekhome

Thursday 3 July,2008

Justice Abubakar Talba -N10 million each

-Two reliable Sureties.

-One of the sureties must deposit a Certificate of Occupancy of a property within Abuja municipality

-The other surety must produce a bank guarantee to cover the said sum.

16 Prince Ibrahim Dumuje Same as above Thursday 3 July,2008

Justice Abubakar Talba Same as above

17 Dr Yaro Gella Same as above Thursday 3 July,2008

Justice Abubakar Talba Same as above

18 Chief Femi Fani-Kayode They were manipulated in the N19.5 billion allegedly inflated aviation contracts. Chief Mike Ezekhome

Kingsley Osuh Chief Magistrate, Kabir Lamido

July 9, 2008 (first time)

Justice Ramat Mohammed

December 31, 2008 (second time) by Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Lagos.( Hearing in the case will resume on January 28, 2009.) Bail in the sum of N50million and a surety in like sum.

The surety must be a permanent secretary and should be owner of landed property in any of the following districts of Abuja, Maitama, Wuse or Asokoro.

19 Professor Babalola Borishade same Bankole Akomolafe Chief Magistrate, Kabir Lamido

20 Mr. Roland Iyayi same Chief Magistrate, Kabir Lamido

21 The Director of Legal Services, Nigeria Airspace Management Agency, Mrs. Folake St. Mathews-Daniel July 29, 2008

The controversial N6.5billion Safe Tower project August 3, 2008.

22 Mr Boni Haruna July 31, 2008

Alleged N93.9 million fraud Ricky Tarfa [SAN] Justice Adamu Bello

23 Former Nigeria Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) Director of Human Resources, Dr Jaiye Oyedotun August 3, 2008.

The controversial N6.5billion Safe Tower project August 3, 2008.

24 Chief Bode George August 7, 2008.

The accused persons were alleged to have approved a contract of N13,537,500 to Dockyard Maritime Limited, for the supply of three cylindrical rubber fenders with the size 1000/500 x 1500mm to the NPA which was beyond their approved limit as contained in the said circular. Mr. Seyi Sowemimo (SAN), August 12 2003

Justice Joseph Oyewole Bail in the sum of N5 million, a surety who must be resident in Lagos and has landed properties in Lagos.

Surety must be a tax payer and gainfully employed.

25 Alhaji Aminu Dabo August 7, 2008 Mr. Dele Adesina (SAN), August 12 2003

Justice Joseph Oyewole Same as above

26 Captain O. Abidoye,

August 7, 2008 Gbenga Ojo August 12 2003

Justice Joseph Oyewole Same as above

27 Alhaji Abdullahi Aminu Tafida August 7, 2008 Rotimi Sani August 12 2003

Justice Joseph Oyewole Same as above

28 Alhaji Zanna Maidaribe August 7, 2008 Mr. Dele Adesina (SAN), August 12 2003

Justice Joseph Oyewole Same as above

29 Prof. Ndi Okereke-Onyiuke August 20, 2008. she was quizzed over the N100 million purportedly raised in support of the presidential ambition of Senator Barack Obama Not charged to court. August 22, 2008 ( released)

30 Senator Rashidi Ladoja August 28, 2008 Allegations of non-remittance of N1.9 billion of the proceeds of sale of shares during his administration. Wole Olanipekun SAN September 5, 2009

Justice Ramat Mohammed

Granted bail in the sum of N100million and two sureties in like sum who must have landed property in either Ikoyi or Victoria Island. In addition, the accused persons are to deposit their international passports with the court.

31 Chief Adewale Atanda August 28, 2008 Connivance in the allegations of non-remittance of N1.9 billion of the proceeds of sale of shares during his administration. Tayo Oyetibo SAN September 5, 2009

Justice Ramat Mohammed

Same as Ladoja.

32 Waheed Akanbi August 28, 2008 connivance in the allegations of non-remittance of N1.9 billion of the proceeds of sale of shares during his administration. Ade Adewunmi September 5, 2009

Justice Ramat Mohammed

Same as Ladoja.

33 Chimaroke Nnamani 124-count charge bordering on conspiracy, money laundering. Ricky Tarfa (SAN) and

Chief Chris Uche (SAN) Further hearing in the case resumes on August 2, 2007 by Justice Peter Olayiwola Granted bail in the sum of N100 million with two sureties. The sureties must have landed property either at Lekki Phase 1, Victoria Island or Ikeja. The sureties must swear to affidavit of means

34 Reverend Jolly Nyame The EFCC had accused him of stealing N1.637 billion. He admitted stealing the money. He even went further by graciously agreed to return the loot. Emmanuel Toro (SAN) July 26, 2007.

Justice Abimbola Banjoko

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Which evidence Waziri go carry jail Ribadu?

The one she get from yellow pages.

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@moves: sweet-heart, just ask the lady your question and move on.

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Is that what she is there For, Since assuming Office, what exactly has she achieved, Or Is nigeria now corruption free

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Because the Puppets that put her there, are also afraid, they dont know how much dirt ribadu has got on them, hence they r looking for ways to retrieve anything he might have in his arsenal that could be used against them, remember the story of Ribadu's top investigating officer he searched of different occassion looking for dossiers & files,

I guess Ribadu is keeping quiet on those as security for himself, just incase, Also he might not have dirt on them.It could be just a bluff, not so sure they r willing to go do the ultimate and call his bluff

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i fear why then no fit arrest ribadu may be, they are bird of the same feather, niger for show

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i'll ask her why it's taking long to arrest that public enemy number 1. Mr Ribadu,

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my question will be: why is it taking this long to "KAN" this bush-boy, called ribadu?

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