24 Nov 2016

Update! Watch video of Seun Egbegbe being arrested after stealing 9 iPhones and witness video

Here's a video showing the arrest of Seun Egbegbe after allegedly attempting to steal 9 new iPhones in Computer Village, Ikeja, has hit the internet. He was seen being taken away by police.

A second video shows an eyewitness who revealed a lot about Egbegbe. Watch below...


Kwara Govt shuts 132 illegal Private schools

The Kwara Government said on Thursday that it had closed 132 illegal private schools operating in the state.

Hajia Zainab Bello, the Director of Quality Assurance in the Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, said apart from being illegal, the schools were operating in unhygienic environment.

Bello, who spoke on behalf of Alhaji Musa Yeketi, State Commissioner for Education and Human Capital Development while closing 19 other private schools, said government had begun verification of tertiary institutions in the state.


She said the objective of the exercise was to fish out those violating the laws that established them.

Bello said the government had previously shut down schools which were either built with wooden planks or operating without due authorisation from the state government.

The director said the state government is commitment to ensuring quality education, stressing that government would continue to close private schools operating illegally.

NAN

YEPARIPA: Iron-Lady Wine Oriadeoja Bashes On Haters


A no non-sense Wine gave out to a busy body, below she wrote and posted the audio to Esabod. 
Ofofo o gbegba ibi ope lomo.

THERE IS A FAKE PROFILE SENDING MESSAGES AROUND THAT PEOPLE SHOULD LEAVE THOSE WHO SENT BLOGGERS TO HELP THEM BLOG ALONE, BUT PEOPLE SHOULD INSTEAD ATTACK THE BLOGGER. HA! OMO YORUBA!!! E MA BURU KE!
WHY SHOULD PEOPLE BE BLAMING BLOGGERS???

Prosecutors seek 10 yr prison term for Eto'o over tax fraud

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Spanish prosecutors are seeking a prison term of more than 10 years for former Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o for alleged tax crimes committed when he played for the Catalan club.

In addition to a sentence of 10 years and six months, prosecutors are also demanding a fine of $15.1 million for the four counts of tax fraud for supposedly defrauding Spain's tax authority of almost $4 million from 2006-09, according to court documents released Thursday.

Prosecutors are seeking the same punishment for the player's representative at the time, Jose Maria Mesalles Mata. The administrator of a company that facilitated the deals, Manuel de Jesus Lastre Abreu, is facing more than six years in prison and a fine of $2.3 million.

Prosecutors also want Eto'o to relinquish any possible fiscal incentives for a long period.

Eto'o is among other current and past Barcelona players facing legal problems in Spain.

Update! Seun Egbegbe granted N1 million bail and smuggled out of court ...photo

Seun Egbegbe was arraigned today at the Magistrate court, Ikeja, Lagos, on a one count charge of theft. He has since been granted 1 Million Naira bail and reportedly smuggled out of the court premises to an unknown location to perfect his bail conditions. Failure to do so and he will be remanded in prison custody.
On Nov 22nd, Egbegbe was arrested at Computer village, Ikeja for allegedly stealing 9 iPhones, and was handed over to the police by the traders. Although Egbegbe released a statement denying the allegations, LIB exclusively confirmed and revealed that after police investigation and two nights in custody, he was charged to court today for stealing.

Photo of $21m Presidential jet handed over to Air Force crashes in Makurdi

Augusta AW101, the $21 million presidential jet that was handed over to the Nigeria Air Force by the presidency two months ago, crashed within the Air Force base in Makurdi, Benue state yesterday November 23rd.

According to sources at the Air Force base, the flight engineer who was the only one on board, had landed the jet at the base and was to be parked it in the hanger when it suddenly moved up and then crashed. The crash according to sources was not that serious and the flight engineer sustained minor injury.

Omg! Robbers attack football icon, Luis Figo's house, make away with €500,000 worth of jewellery

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Former Barcelona and Real Madrid player Luis Figo's Madrid mansion was attacked on Wednesday night while the footballer wasn't around and the robbers made away with jewellery worth €500,000 according to reports in the Spanish media. According to top Spanish magazine, AS, who reported the story;

 
'The thieves – who apparently waited until Figo and his wife were out to ransack their home – did away with jewellery items and luxury watches with a value of approximately €500,000.' 
'The ex-Barcelona and Real Madrid star reported the incident to a police station in Hortaleza and an investigation is now underway.' 
'Figo’s house was also robbed in 2003 when three armed-men broke in and looted a great number of valuables.'
Figo made 127 appearances for Portugal, scoring 32 goals and shockingly swapped Barcelona for Real Madrid in 2000 for a then world record €60million fee.

Househelp clones employer’s credit card, buys N328,000 goods online

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A Tinubu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos yesterday remanded a 23yrs old housekeeper, Henry Iruma-Egana, who allegedly stole his employer’s credit card to purchase goods online.

The Magistrate, F.O. Ikobayo, remanded the housekeeper pending ruling on his bail application.

The accused pleaded not guilty.

The prosecutor, Insp. Richard Odigie, had told the court that the accused cloned Mr. Godwin Okoh’s credit card on November 16 and used it to buy goods worth N 328,000.

He said the accused used the credit card to pay for a home theatre, laptop and cellphone he purchased on Konga website.

"Okoh received alert of withdrawal of N187,500, N68,000 and N73,000 respectively on Nov. 16 and 17, and then went to his bank to report the withdrawals. The theft was traced to the accused."

The prosecutor said that the offence contravened Section 285 of the Criminal Law of Lagos.

NAN reports that the case was adjourned to November 30 for ruling.

24,890 Lagosians Test Positive To HIV In 18 Months

No fewer than 24,890 Lagosians have tested positive to the dreaded HIV disease within 18 months in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, says the Lagos State Government.

While 15,311 Lagosians tested positive to HIV in 2015, another 9,579 others tested positive to the disease between January and June 2016.

Chief Executive Officer of Lagos State Aids Control Agency, LSACA, Dr. Oluseyi Temowo disclosed the figures on Wednesday in Lagos.

At the event meant to mark this year’s World AIDS Day, Temowo disclosed that 616, 318 people were counselled, tested and received results between January and June 2016, out of which 9,579 individuals were found to be positive.

“In the year 2015, a total number of 599, 560 people were counselled, tested and received results out of which 15, 311 were found to be positive. In 2016 (1st Semester January to June), 616, 318 people were counselled, tested and received results out of which 9,579 individual were found to be positive. However, 52,803 positive individuals are currently on Antiretrovirals (ARVs),” he said.

See Kenya's prominent politician photographed grabbing a naked woman in a stream ... photo

The photos have been making the rounds on social media for sometime now. It's just been revealed that the man in the photo is a politician in Kenya. According to reports, the man is Hon Kahindi Geoffrey Muhambi who is a Ward representative of Kilifi North Constituency.

Facebook user, Calos Arap Sung who shared the photos wrote
"As Kilifi county is grappling with the loss of county funds to a tune of 51 milions, Mnarani MCA, Hon Kahindi Geoffrey Muhambi was busy using the same money doing what he does best"
While some people believe the photos were photo-shopped, others said the Honorable is very popular in the county for his randy behavior.

Wow! Nigerian couple welcome a set of twins after 20 years of marriage and 12 miscarriages ...photo

This Nigerian couple welcomed a set of twins after 20 years of waiting and 12 miscarriages. Pastor Regis Isaac of Winners Chapel, Calabar announced the testimony on his Facebook page. He wrote:
"Pre-Shiloh Testimony @ L.F.C, Calabar: Miracle twins after 20years of waiting, 12 miscarriages and 9years of pregnancy...... God of Shiloh @ work." - More photos after the cut.

Tragic! Photo of couple who commits suicide and leaves behind a note requesting to be buried together ..photo

Residents of Githurai 44 area in Nairobi, Kenya are still reeling from shock after a couple committed suicide on Tuesday morning, November 22. The couple left a suicide note requesting that they be buried together.

According to reports, Esther Muthoni took her life first and few hours later, her husband Simon Maina Kiarie, killed himself.
Simon had called his brother to inform him that his wife had committed suicide and that he needed to rush to the house immediately.

"After calling his brother he committed suicide, by the time his brother arrived at the house, he found his body hanging next to that of the wife,"  Kiambu OCPD Duncan Ngutu said.

According to neighbours, the couple had always engaged in domestic quarrels and police suspect that the man may have killed his wife before committing suicide.

Source: Standard Kenya

Update! Seun Egbegbe is charged to court for phone theft at the Computer village...

Seun Egbegbe was on Tuesday Nov 22nd arrested at Computer village, Ikeja for allegedly stealing 9 iPhones. According to reports, Seun attempted to escape from the shop with the phones, allegedly telling the sales girl that he was coming back. 

He left, crossed the road and entered into a waiting taxi. The sales girl who claimed she was hypnotized, said she came back to her senses and raised an alarm. Some Traders chased and caught up with Seun, beat him up before finally handing him over to the police. 

Although Egbegbe released a statement denying the allegations, it was revealed yesterday that he was still in Police custody.It was confirmed that he was officially charged to court by the Police this morning. He's presently at the Magistrate court in Ikeja.

According to Lagos state Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus, "After Discreet Police Investigation and two nights in custody, Seun Egbegbe has been charged to court for stealing."

A retired footballer, Njabulo Ncube is arrested for raping 15-year-old girl...photo

Former Zimbabwean striker, Njabulo Ncube on Tuesday November 22nd, was apprehended for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl severally at his house in Bulawayo. Njabulo, who was the 2013 Zimbabwe Premier League top scorer is said to have been sleeping with the girl since June this year, before she reported the sexual assault to the police, according to Zim News.

One of the sources that came forward to testify against him said that the former football star has been sleeping with the girl using protection since June.
‘He has been sleeping with the child since June. He is said to have been using protection in all the encounters.’
Njabulo Ncube, a former Highlanders FC star, who also played for Railstars FC and Motor Action FC among others, is expected to appear in court when the investigations are over.

Photo of suspected kidnappers who abduct children and sell them for N500k arrested in Delta state ..

Three suspected child kidnappers, including a 70-year-old woman were arrested by police in Issele-Uku,a suburb of Asaba, Delta State capital. The suspects identified as Emmanuel Udagwu and Celestina Enebeli have been kidnapping children in Ndemili and surrounding villages and afterwards sell them through the old woman to buyers in the Eastern part of Nigeria. 

However, luck ran out on them that day when two kids were found in their possessions by the police on Monday, November 13th. During interrogation, they confessed to having kidnapped 9 children so far. Festus Nwaomucha, whose 5-year-old niece was kidnapped by the suspects and sold along with another child for N500k, posted the photos on Facebook. See his post below: 
"On Sept 24th, they kidnapped my little niece GLORY OYIBO (5yrs) right in my family compound in the village. Since then efforts have been on top gear to recover the stolen child. Fortunately, luck ran out of them when 2 kids were found in their possessions by the police in Issele-Uku, a suburb of Asaba, the capital of Delta State on Monday, the 13th of Nov. On interrogation, they confessed to have been stealing children from my community and other neighboring villages. When they kidnap children, they transport their victims to Asaba where a 70yr old woman received the victims for onward ferry to Eastern part for sales. However, the septuagenarian have confessed to have sold my little niece with another victim (a boy) for 500k in a popular city in the East, through another man in Asaba who outsmarted us during arrest, abandoning his taxi colour car. Therefore, I want to use this opportunity to thank all those who have been standing with my family through prayers, calls, visits, etc, since the sudden disappearance of our little daughter. Truly, your prayers and concerns have paid off, even as we are still requesting you to continue praying for GLORY to be alive in captivity so that she can be re-united someday and in good health with her parents and her other siblings, who have not ceased crying day and night since she was kidnapped. Thankyou. Meanwhile, investigation is still on going!".

Photo of Ukrainian teacher accused of trying to sell student to organ harvesters ...photo

A teacher at a school for orphans and troubled teenagers in Ukraine is accused of plotting to sell a 13-year-old pupil to organ harvesters.

Galina Kovalenko, 52, was arrested in a sting operation as she allegedly tried to hand over the unnamed girl for $10,000 (£8,050).

Kovalenko, who taught literature and Russian and Ukrainian languages, is suspected of concocting the plan for almost a year and specifically targeted a vulnerable girl.

Police were tipped off over the summer and an anti-human trafficking unit in the eastern Kharkiv region put the teacher under surveillance, according to Ukraine’s interior ministry.


The buyer allegedly hinted that the girl's organs would be removed, asking about the girl's health and paying the teacher 1,000 hryvnia (£31) for photos of the girl and her medical records.

Ukraine has long been a major hub for human trafficking in Eastern Europe, with previous reports of criminal gangs preying on impoverished people to harvest their organs.

More than 160,000 people have been trafficked from Ukraine since the independence in 1991, according to the International Organisation of Migration (IOM), making the country one of the largest source countries in Europe. Internal trafficking is also a growing problem.

Countries of destination are diverse; the main ones include Russia, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic, Italy, UAE, Germany and Israel. Victims face sexual exploitation, forced labour and forced begging, as well as occasional cases of organ trafficking.

There have been 777 recorded cases of human trafficking in Ukraine since the beginning of 2016 alone, says Iryna Lutsenko, a Ukrainian MP, who admits that more efforts are needed to solve the problem.

A court in the eastern city of Kharkiv has however remanded her in custody for two months pending her trial.

EFCC arraigns Dasuki’s Aide, Col. Ashinze, Others for N36.8bn Fraud

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Wednesday November 23rd 2016 arraigned the quartet of Colonel Nicholas Ashinze, a former special assistant to the embattled former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki; an Austrian, Wolfgang Reinl; Edidiong Idiong and Sagir D. Mohammed before Justice Gabriel Kolawole of the Federal High Court, Abuja on a 13-count charge of corruption and money laundering to the tune of N36.8billion. Ashinze and his co-accused were arraigned alongside five companies accused of allegedly diverting huge sums from the office of the former NSA. 
The companies are: Geonel Integrated Services Limited, Unity Continental Nigeria Limited, Helpline Organization, Vibrant Resource Limited and Sologic Integrated Services Limited.

Count three of the charge reads:
“That you, Col. Nicholas Ashinze, being a serving officer of the Nigerian Army and a former Special Assistant (SA) to the immediate past National security Adviser, Wolfgang Reinl, being an Austrian national and managing director of Geonel Integrated Services Limited and Geonel Integrated Services Limited on or about 22nd April, 2014 at Abuja, in the Judicial Division of the Federal High Court did transfer the sum of Five Hundred and Fifty Million Naira (N550,000,000.00) to Edidiong Idiong, being a lawyer practicing in the name of Law Partners & Associates, knowing that the said sum forms part of the proceeds of an unlawful act to wit : 
‘corruption’ and thereby committed an offense contrary to Section 15 (2) (b) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (as amended) and punishable under Section 15 (3) and (4) of the same Money Laundering (Prohibition), Act 2011 (as amended).”
The defendants pleaded not guilty to all the charges preferred against them.

In view of their plea, counsel to EFCC, I. O Uket expressed readiness for trial to commence immediately saying he had the witnesses present in court.

“If the court is ready, we are also ready to produce our first witness as we have our witnesses in court”, he said.
But, Ashinze’s counsel, Ernest Nwoye told the court that he had a pending application for the bail of his client. He urged the court to grant the defendant bail on self recognizance having earlier been admitted to bail by an FCT High Court.

Afam Osigwe, counsel representing the second and fifth defendants, also prayed the court to admit Reinl to bail. He stated that he has been enjoying administrative bail from the EFCC since February. He said that his travel documents are in the possession of the Commission. He added that the accused has lived in Nigeria for over 23 years and is married to a Nigerian. In his argument, counsel to the third defendant, Paul Erokoro, SAN, said his client, Idiong, being a legal practitioner knows what it means to jump bail. He stated that, aside the fact that he had earlier been grated bail by an FCT High Court, he had always made himself available to the EFCC.

In a similar vein, counsel representing the fourth defendant, N. Jimoh, while praying the court to grant his client bail presented 6 exhibits marked exhibits A-F respectively, to the effect that the accused had a health challenge which he had been managing for close to forty years.

Responding, Uket argued that the defendants had lost their administrative bail the moment their matter was charged to court and their counsels filed applications for their bail. “We are aware that the defendants are enjoying administrative bail. Their counsels understand that any administrative bail granted ends as soon as the matter is brought to court and bail applications are filed. Such bail cannot be extended since the charges have now been preferred to the defendants. We therefore urge the court to deny the bail application”, he submitted.

Ruling on the applications, Justice Kolawole held that the charges are all bailable adding that, “since each of the defendants has been on one administrative bail or the other, my sixth judicial sense informs me that I adopt the terms and conditions of the bail granted to the defendants by the EFCC and my learned brothers in the FCT High Courts.

The judge added that the case would be granted accelerated hearing and urged the prosecution to pick five days in the new year for trial. Consequently, the case was adjourned to January 23, February 1 and14; and March 7 and 21, 2017.

Two Lebanese men arraigned for over N1.7M dud cheque in Enugu Court ...photo

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, on Wednesday, November 23, arraigned two Lebanese, Imad Harb and Toni Harb, along with their company: Transparent Construction Nig. Ltd. before Justice E. N. Oluedo of the State High Court Enugu, for allegedly conspiring and obtaining the sum of N1, 760,000.00 (One Million Seven Hundred And Sixty Thousand Naira only) from one Desmond Ogadinma and subsequently issuing a postdated cheque that was returned unpaid.

While taking their plea, the accused persons pleaded not guilty on all counts of the three count charge preferred against them by the EFCC. In view of their plea, the defense counsel Barr. I. O. Ugwu immediately prayed the court to grant the accused persons bail as the offence was a bailable one. But the presiding Judge, Justice E. N. Oluedo instantly turned down the application on the grounds that it was not properly filed, and as such, needed time to see the application before the defense can move the motion for bail to be considered.
Before adjourning to December 1, 2016, for hearing of the bail application, the Judge ordered that the accused persons be remanded in EFCC custody.

Desmond Ogadinma owner of Rasing Cypon Global Services Limited petitioned the EFCC, alleging that Imad and Toni colluded between themselves to deny him payment for the supply of (800) bags of cement at the rate of N2,200.00 (Two Thousand, Two Hundred Naira only) per bag, which amounted to a total sum of N1,760,000.00(One Million Seven Hundred and Sixty Thousand Naira only) which he supplied to them within April this year. According to him, the suspects issued him a post dated cheque which he presented on the due date, but it returned unpaid due to insufficient fund in the account.

Photo of 55 year-old teacher who raped a 16 year-old mentally ill girl ..photo

A 55 year old teacher, David Korir, in Nakuru county, Kenya has been arrested for defiling a 16 year old deaf and mentally ill girl while her disabled mother was away. According to a neighbor, he a saw the teacher dragging the young into his house and called other neighbors when he closed the door.

They saw him with the girl on the bed and quickly broke into the house and successful rescued the girl but the man escaped.

The mother said she couldn't report the case to the police initially because she had no one to guide her.

It is reported that the man who has been arrested by the police didn't deny the accusation and was almost lynched by angry residents.

Source: Star  

Wow! Check out legendary singer King Sunny Ade stunning photos at 70

Ahead of his grand 70th birthday concert on December 11 tagged, 'Sunny On Sunday', a fresh set of photos of Nigerian music icon, King Sunny Ade has been released. The very stylish photos, taken by the industrious Logor, were released by talent management and event company, Temple Management Company, and portray a side of the juju maestro that has never been seen before.
KSA pulled off varying looks and donned a bespoke suit, regal Agbada and even had time to look leisurely in tracksuit.
King Sunny Ade has promised to give fans the performance of his life at the concert scheduled to hold at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. Other acts featuring at the concert include Congolese icon, Awilo Logomba, Onyeka Onwenu, Sir Shina Peters, Darey, Omawumi, Niniola, Terry Apala, Jeff and Tyson Noir.
King Sunny Ade will also be honoured as the first Nigerian to join the Hard Rock Hall of Fame at induction ceremony scheduled to hold on Wednesday November 30th at Hard Rock Cafe, Landmark Village, Oniru, Lagos. 


Photo Credit: Logor

Ex-soldier arrested by Delta state police for car snatching, robbery and kidnapping ...photo

The Delta State Police Command have arrested an ex-soldier from Tudun Wada quarters of Zaria, Kaduna State, over his alleged membership of a car snatching syndicate. The state Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr. Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim, while addressing newsmen at the command headquarters in Asaba on Wednesday, said the suspect, Sani Abubakar, who deserted the Army in 2013, was nabbed after the other gang members had been arrested.

"At about 1700hrs, while on stop and search on PTI Road, Effurun, operatives of 51 Police Mobile Force, Oghara, accosted one Toyota Corolla car with registration number EKY 128 DM and was carrying four occupants.
"Two of the occupants took to their heels as soon as the vehicle was stopped for a search.                             
"One Happy Sunday, a 24-year old male, and Stanley Vincent,  29,  were arrested," said the CP.
The vehicle was recovered along with two locally made pistols, six AR live cartridges, handsets, and charms belonging to the gang. Mr. Ibrahim also said investigators have identified and contacted the rightful owner of the car, one Mrs. Nwamaka Nwizu of Aka Avenue, Effurun. Mrs. Nwizu.
The ex- soldier was arrested on November 11, following a confession by the principal suspect, Stanley Vincent, that the former soldier usually escorted vehicles snatched by the gang to a receiver in Kaduna.
A phone call was made to the former soldier through the suspect and an arrangement made for him to escort a Toyota Avalon car. The ex-soldier requested that the vehicle be taken to their meeting point in Benin, where detectives arrested him.
"He introduced himself as a soldier and presented a Nigerian Army I.D card bearing Rank: Corporal, Name: Sani Abubakar and P/No. 2005/NA/57/3561. However, the suspect has confessed to the crime and revealed that he enlisted in the Nigerian Army in 2005, trained at Zaria Depot and was posted to Supply and Transport, 3 Division, Nigerian Army, Jos, Plateau State, but deserted the Army in 2013," Mr. Ibrahim told journalists.
A four-man kidnap syndicate was smashed, while several armed robbery suspects were also arrested. The suspects will soon be charged to court, the CP added. 


Source: Sahara Reporters

Facebook users receive $15 checks after it used members' names and faces in adverts without their permission..photo


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A group of Facebook users have received payouts from the social media giant, Facebook, for a class action lawsuit between Fraley vs Facebook on an account of the company using images belonging to people in ‘Sponsored Story ads’ without getting their permission first.
According to MailOnline, five plaintiffs claimed that the site used their image for 'Sponsored Story ads', which are created when members 'like' company pages or websites. 
The suit also claimed that consent was not received by the parents of people under the age of 18, whose images were used by the giant company, for ads.

Facebook was then ordered to pay $20 million to all those who joined the suit as at May 2, 2013, when the case was been tried in court as part of settlement from the case which was filed in April 2011.

However, Facebook is said to have broken a Californian law which states that companies are forbidden from using the likeness of people in ads, without their consent. This was after in different occasion, Facebook was quoted to have vowed that its users would have more control over how their images would be used in ads, a promise which was violated when it used people’s ads without their permission.

Meanwhile, it took two years of deliberation on the lawsuit before a U.S. federal judge approved the $20 million settlement in August 2013. The case spent years in appeal court, which is why the payout took so long to reach customers. However, finally this year, all the appeals were settled, allowing payments to be released to the all plaintiffs involved.

On Monday, dozens of people posted on social media saying that they have all got $15 checks.

See some of the reactions to the payment below:









Source: Dailymail

Patience Jonathan denies $175m is missing from her account

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Former First lady, Patience Jonathan, says she has less than $10 million in her accounts that have been frozen by the EFCC. Mrs Jonathan said this while reacting to media reports that $175 million was moved from the four company accounts linked to her that are currently under investigation for money laundering. 
In a statement released by her spokesperson, Sam Dokubo, the former First lady said reports that she had secretly moved $175 million from the accounts being investigated is untrue. Her statement in part reads;

“For the avoidance of doubt, while indeed it is true that Dame Patience is in court for the protection of her fundamental rights infringed upon by a ‘No debit order’ placed on her funds by the EFCC, it is not for $15m but for funds less than $10m as has been clarified several times. The purported story in a newspaper on November 19, 2016, about a missing $175m allegedly belonging to the former first lady is not just fictitious but plain falsehood. The EFCC has not made any statement to the existence of an investigation of any missing $175m linked to the former first lady. If any such funds as claimed, which was deposited by certain verifiable persons has gone missing without a trace from a known bank, Skye Bank, as was reported, then, the bank, its officials and those mentioned must be held to account for the funds and not the former first lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, who was in no way a part of the transaction. The claim that the money was credited to a company linked to Dame Patience Jonathan is also false; otherwise it should be officially substantiated with credible evidence by Skye Bank and the EFCC that are jointly mentioned in the report.”
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