Sahara Energy, Midwestern Oil, Others Top List Of Diezani’s Stealing Saga
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission( EFCC) has listed some of Nigeria’s oil painting captains and companies allegedly linked to a multi-billion naira putrefaction case involving the former minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison- Madueke.
Tallying to the counsel to the EFCC, Farouk Abdullah, in a document filed along with a stir ex-parte, sought to examine Alison- Madueke in relation to numerous allegations against her, involving her business connections with Mr. Onajite Okoloko’s Midwestern Oil & Gas Company Limited; Mr. Tonye Cole’s Sahara Energy Group; Chief lkpea Leemon of Lee Engineering Group; Mr. Donald Amamgbo and Mr. Afam Nwokedi.
Others carry Miss Olatimbo Bukola Ayinde, Christopher Aire, Harcourt Adukeh, Julian Osula, Dauda Lawal, Mr. Leno Laithan, Atlantic Energy Drilling Concept Limited, and Atlantic Energy Brass Development Limited possessed by Jide Omokore, Septa Energy Limited, among others.
Recall that a Federal High Court, Abuja, presided over by Justice Bolaji Olajuwon, on Monday, issued an arrest leave against the other minister trusted to be abiding in the UK, having failed to recognize the process by the court.
Tallying to Abdullah, the EFCC’s counsel, the arrest leave was demanded to further give the International Police (INTERPOL) the motivation to bring the defendant to Nigeria to answer to charges against her.
Abdullah had, in an operation, prompted the court “ to issue an arrest leave against Alison- Madueke, who’s trusted to be in the UK to enable all law enforcement agencies and the INTERPOL to arrest her anywhere she’s observed and bring her before the court to answer to the allegations made against her before the court. ”
He spoke that since the hail hadn’t been suitable to achieve the asked result, the want for a leave of arrest can not be over-emphasized. Reports that the court had, on July 24, 2020, ranged the other minister to appear before it and answer to the plutocrat laundering charge filed against her by the EFCC.
The court gave the holding in an ex-parte stir pronounced FHC/ ABJ/ CR/208/2018 brought around by Abdullah. The EFCC had indicted the other minister for fleeing the country for the UK in order to escape justice, among others.
Among other allegations against Diezani are “ her part in the engaging of private spurts by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and Ministry of Petroleum coffers and her part in the award of contracts by NNPC to Marine and Logistics Services Limited.
“Her part in staking the 2015 general choices ”
The EFCC also reflected that it inversely demanded the ex-minister to verbalize several particulars, documents, and pieces of jewelry reacquired from her house at No 10, Chiluba Close, off Jose Marti Street, Asokoro, Abuja, and some linked parcels that were linked to her In Nigeria, UK, U.S., United Arab Emirate and South Africa.
It would be recalled that the EFCC president, Abdulrasheed Bawa in the April 2021 edition of the division’s in-house storage, bared that the anti-corruption commission reacquired 153 million bones from Alison- Madueke.
Bawa spoke the division also made the final penalty of over 80 parcels in Nigeria appraised at around$ 80 million from the other minister, who has been abiding in the UK since leaving department some times a gone.