FG ASKS EFCC TO SUBMIT PATIENCE JONATHAN’S CORRUPTION CASE FILES

The Federal Government has asked the acting Chairman of the Eco­nomic and Financial Crimes Com­mission (EFCC), Mohammed Umar Abba, to make available details of all cases concerning former first lady, Patience Jonathan. A presidency source revealed that Abubakar Malami, the Attor­ney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, gave the direc­tive and extended it to include rela­tives of former President Goodluck Jonathan. According to the source, the direc­tive may be ominous but Dayo Apata, the Solicitor-General of the Feder­ation and Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Justice, has…

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CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN WILL NOT AFFECT PATIENCE JONATHAN’S CASE AND EX-GOVERNORS’ SAYS MAGU

Patience Jonathan By Soni Daniel, Abuja Patience Jonathan: The lockdown arising from coronavirus appears to have slowed down the fight against corrupt practices in the country for close to six weeks. Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, says there is no cause for alarm as it will ensure that none of its ongoing investigations and cases in court will be aborted. The Commission is certain that as the federal and state governments begin to reopen the economy, it will ramp up legal actions to bring the suspects of…

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PATIENCE JONATHAN’S 200-BED ABUJA HOTEL TO BE USED AS ISOLATION CENTRE AS EX-FIRST LADY STRIKES DEAL WITH AISHA BUHARI

From Yusuf Alli, Managing Editor, Abuja 200-bed facility to be handed over today Ex-First Lady strikes deal with Aisha Buhari Former First Lady Patience Jonathan has struck a deal to release her 200-bed hotel as COVID-19 Isolation and treatment centre. The Abuja hotel, which is believed to be worth about N2 billion, is under interim forfeiture secured by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at the court on April 30, 2018. The former First Lady, it was learnt, struck the deal with First Lady Aisha Buhari, which led to…

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15 ARRAIGNED FOR STEALING FROM PATIENCE JONATHAN AND PLOTTING TO KILL HER

The police in Bayelsa have arraigned 15 persons for stealing from former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, and allegedly plotting to kill her. The suspects were arraigned before the Bayelsa State High Court sitting in Yenagoa, on Friday, September 20. Recall that the police had in June arrested some persons for breaking into her Otuoke home, carting away jewelries and other valuables worth N3bn. They were said to have stolen seven gold bangles and jewelries, five Samsung air conditioners, two sets of upholstery chairs, and six Samsung flat screen television…

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PATIENCE JONATHAN APPEALS COURT RULING OVER FORFEITURE OF 8.4MIL DOLLARS, 9.2BIL NAIRA

A file photo of Mrs Patience Jonathan Wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, has filed a notice of appeal to challenge a judgment of the Federal High Court in Lagos which ordered the permanent forfeiture of the sum of $8.4 million and another N9.2 billion to the Federal Government. In the notice which has six grounds of appeal, Mrs Jonathan has asked the Court of Appeal in Lagos to set aside the judgment of Justice Mojisola Olatoregun. Through her counsel, Mike Ozekhome (SAN), Mrs Jonathan and the other appellants…

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SEE FULL DETAILS OF MONIES PATIENCE JONATHAN LOST TO FG

See full details of Patience Jonathan, the former First lady loots has published by the EFFC https://mobile.twitter.com/officialEFCC/status/1145686817821343744 (Quote) (Report) 8 Likes (Like) 2 Shares (Share) Re: Details Of Patience Jonathan’s Forfeited Funds Published By EFCC by MANNABBQGRILLS: 5:55pm On Jul 01 CHAI!!!    We tried to calculate this with a scientific calculator, but what we were getting is OUT OF RANGE!! This money is too much to be converted to your currency!! And here is a woman that held a position that pays or offer no salary for just a couple of years! And this is not even up to 5% of…

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PATIENCE JONATHAN FINALLY FORFEITS 8.4MILLION DOLLARS, 9.2 BILLION NAIRA TO FG

The Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday ordered the forfeiture of ex-First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan’s $8.4 million and N9.2 billion to the Federal Government. Justice Mojisola Olatoregun held that the money is reasonably suspected to be proceeds of crime. She granted an application by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that the money should be permanently forfeited. https://thenationonlineng.net/breaking-patience-jonathan-forfeits-8-4-million-n9-2-billion-to-fed-govt/

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