Igbo Woman And Others Defrauded Police Pension Office Of N32B (Page 3)

Date: 17-07-2012 2:24 pm (9 years ago) | Author: Charles colins
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 04:41 AM (9 years ago)
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The big question for hausa/fulani people in the house is below?

Was she a police woman?    ------------------------------ "NO"
How does she get into police affairs? ------------------- "hausa/fulani cabals"
who get her into the deal?-------------------------------- "same as above"
how many of them in the deal?--------------------------- "six of them and 4 hausa/fulani's and 1 yoruba"
why do hausa/fulani's singled her out in this forum?------- "Envy and fear"
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 04:45 AM (9 years ago)
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You are both right and wrong.
Right: Other nigerians are guilty of corruption. She is not alone.
Wrong: Others being guilty does not justify her crimes.

why on earth does you and your brothers here singled her out among six of them ?

What exactly is the problem you guys have with igbo's?

if an igbo and a woman in that said deal receives the said amount, how much do you think hausa/fulani and yoruba there will receive?
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- jeromchis at 18-07-2012 04:46 AM (9 years ago)
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You fools...Scavengers in Nigeria,,some sin is unforgivable=blood for blood..
If one can not identify the eligible time of growth pattern then it is said to be disfigured or handicap as Nigeria today..
be you Hausa,Yoruba,Efik,etc ...please can you say what in particular the Igbo's did wrong  Huh? Huh? Huh?
up to date the Igbo's has not relented in the nation building eg; our Banking sector,Information,many more .....
if you only see the bad in us and decide not to see the good which dominates,then you are evil and death awaits you....
 



Killing the Igbo's acquiring their belongings with terror(boko haram) and humiliation is never a smart or clever move--
like-wise  after the civil war,Porthacourt   south south
                                  Lagos then capital territory the west
                                  Now is Abuja the north in the name of one Nigeria  Huh? Huh? Huh?
                                  we know who to forgive !
No mothaforka can stop us now,no one can even read our thoughts,we are now indispensable
No more war for the Igbo's,we have reshaped the age of our Ideology.so no offer,no teasing,no gesture can turn us down


If any one can stop the moving train,let him bell the cat or repel Nigeria



we must prove to the Israelite that we did not lost our way...but we await upon the lord of host...in him comes our aspiration
the glory is for HIM alone 
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- jeromchis at 18-07-2012 04:49 AM (9 years ago)
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    Scavengers in Nigeria,,some sin is unforgivable=blood for blood..
If one can not identify the eligible time of growth pattern then it is said to be disfigured or handicap as Nigeria today..
be you Hausa,Yoruba,Efik,etc ...please can you say what in particular the Igbo's did wrong  Huh? Huh? Huh?
up to date the Igbo's has not relented in the nation building eg; our Banking sector,Information,many more .....
if you only see the bad in us and decide not to see the good which dominates,then you are evil and death awaits you....
 



Killing the Igbo's acquiring their belongings with terror(boko haram) and humiliation is never a smart or clever move--
like-wise  after the civil war,Porthacourt   south south
                                  Lagos then capital territory the west
                                  Now is Abuja the north in the name of one Nigeria  Huh? Huh? Huh?
                                  we know who to forgive !
No mothaforka can stop us now,no one can even read our thoughts,we are now indispensable
No more war for the Igbo's,we have reshaped the age of our Ideology.so no offer,no teasing,no gesture can turn us down


If any one can stop the moving train,let him bell the cat or repel Nigeria



we must prove to the Israelite that we did not lost our way...but we await upon the lord of host...in him comes our aspiration
the glory is for HIM alone               











Quote from: wireless_radio on 17-07-2012 02:24 PM
It has been proven in several sectors that what men can do women can too, sometimes even better. It seems that women are trying hard to outsmart men in Nigeria is the biggest industry in the country called CORRUPTION!



An ongoing trial of Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula and others who were said to have helped themselves with about N32 Billion Pension Fund is gradually turning dramatic in the court in Abuja.

Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula who at first told investigators that the $544,632 (about N82 million) found in one of her companies, Ulover International Resources Limited, was realized from selling pure water which the company produces, has been declared frozen by Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory, Justice Lawal H. Gumi.

He has granted an interim order to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to attach and take possession of the asset of all the six accused persons who allegedly defrauded the Police Pension Office to the tune of N32.8 billion naira.

The Judge further ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of all the accused persons pending the hearing and final determination of the corruption case against them.



See what Mrs. Veronica Onyegbula used Nigeria's money to do below...

The Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory, Justice Lawal H. Gumi has granted the EFCC an order to take possession of her assets and those of five other accused persons who defrauded the Police Pension Office to the tune of N32.8 billion.

The Judge further ordered the freezing of "fat" bank accounts belonging to six of them pending the final determination of the corruption cases against them.

Details of the Properties belonging to Mrs. Veronica are:

4 Bedroom Duplex at No.3, Andorra Street, Sun City, Galadimawa, Abuja;
Building Housing Ulover International Resources Ltd,
Kechis Bottling Company, Plot 140 - 142 Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Umuahia, Abia State;
6 Bedroom Duplex, Housing Somadok, 14, Ola Adeshile Street, Ajao Estate, Lagos;
Large Plot of Land for International Primary & Secondary School, Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Abia;
A Mansion with a BQ at Umugbalu Village, Oboro, Ikwuano LGA, Abia State.

Other Of Her Properties Are:

Two storey Building with shops and flats at No. l03, Ozuitem Street, Enugu Road, Abia State;
Two storey building with shops and flats at No. l04, Ozuitem Street, Enugu Road, Abia State;
Two storey building of Six flats at Ukaegbu Street, Aba, Abia State;
Student Hostels at Michael Okpara University of Agric, Umudike, Oboro, Ikwuano LGA, Abia;
3 Bedroom Duplex at No.1, Tola Adewumi Street, Off. Folarin Hospital, Maryland, Lagos;
3 bedrooms Duplex at No.2, Tola Adewumi Street, Off Folarin Hospital, Maryland.

Fellow Nigerians, is it possible for a honest Nigerian to own all these properties running a PURE WATER BUSINESS in this country?
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 04:52 AM (9 years ago)
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To be sincere, as soon as i see this crap called a post, i know it will be posted by an hausa/fulani or yoruba.

i'm a minority but sincerely i know if that woman could get such amount, the hausa/fulani and yoruba in the deal will get billions.
remember she isn't a police officer for that matter.

this is not 1967 when hausa/fulani's pitch us against igbos. we know better now.
If there is any group their names should be boldly writing on this post as the scammers it is "hausa/fulanis"
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- Dan_Fulani at 18-07-2012 04:53 AM (9 years ago)
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 Defrauding the Police Pension Funds: Most Horrible Crime

This crime is a very serious and horrible for the following reasons:
1) The crime will hurt those who are very vulnerable to becoming
      very poor and destitute because they are old, retired and jobless.

They have very little influence and power to force the government to
    give them what they are entitled to for their service.

3) Retired government workers should be honored for their services to the
    country not to be abused and left to live in poverty because someone stole
    their pension funds.

dan fulani
Posted: at 18-07-2012 04:53 AM (9 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 04:59 AM (9 years ago)
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this questions is begging for answer from hausa/fulani people in the house?

Was she a police woman?    ------------------------------ "NO"
How does she get into police affairs? ------------------- "hausa/fulani cabals"
who get her into the deal?-------------------------------- "same as above"
how many of them in the deal?--------------------------- "six of them and 4 hausa/fulani's and 1 yoruba"
why do hausa/fulani's singled her out in this forum?------- "Envy and fear"
are we in a islamic sharia setting where two have sex while only one pays death penalty when caught?
What exactly do hausa/fulani's have against the igbo's?

the more you guys talk about igbo's makes us the minorities to see realy hausa/fulani's are our problem.
You want us to team up against the igbo's so that you will finnish us afterall, we now know our friends from our enemies.
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- jp-free at 18-07-2012 05:01 AM (9 years ago)
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Open your minds please, I'm a Nigerian, Not an Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa, no centiments attached!
Please let face reality, the list of the richest Nigerian published few days back how many Igbo names appeared? Just a question please, When speaking about real money,  yet they tope the highest ranks in crimes ranging from Drugs arm rubbery and rituals and fraudsters, please don’t get me wrong we do have crimes in other tribes  but why old men and woman in this part of the country?

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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:04 AM (9 years ago)
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dan fulani
Defrauding the Police Pension Funds: Most Horrible Crime
This crime is a very serious and horrible for the following reasons:
1) The crime will hurt those who are very vulnerable to becoming
      very poor and destitute because they are old, retired and jobless.
They have very little influence and power to force the government to
    give them what they are entitled to for their service.
3) Retired government workers should be honored for their services to the
    country not to be abused and left to live in poverty because someone stole
    their pension funds.

Then tell us how man hausa/fulani's in the deal?
why did you and your sin patners singled igbo woman out?
tell us also how much hausa/fulani's in the deals receive?
are hausa/fulani still fighting cold war with the igbos?

please these questions are begging for answers.
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:12 AM (9 years ago)
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by: jp-free
Open your minds please, I'm a Nigerian, Not an Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa, no centiments attached!
Please let face reality, the list of the richest Nigerian published few days back how many Igbo names appeared? Just a question please, When speaking about real money,  yet they tope the highest ranks in crimes ranging from Drugs arm rubbery and rituals and fraudsters, please don’t get me wrong we do have crimes in other tribes  but why old men and woman in this part of the country?
your reply is off the point. if you want that discussion open a thread about it.

am from benue state, if realy you are as sincere as you speak just answer below questions:
1)Then tell us how man hausa/fulani's in the deal?
2)why did you and your sin patners singled igbo woman out?
3)tell us also how much hausa/fulani's in the deals receive?
4)are hausa/fulani still fighting cold war with the igbos?if yes, let them fight it alone and leave us out of their evil scheme.

as a minority i knew our friends now and also knew our enemies?
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:14 AM (9 years ago)
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MR. DAN FULANI? ANSWER MY QUESTIONS.

am from benue state, if realy you are as sincere as you speak just answer below questions:

1)Then tell us how man hausa/fulani's in the deal?
2)why did you and your sin patners singled igbo woman out?
3)tell us also how much hausa/fulani's in the deals receive?
4)are hausa/fulani still fighting cold war with the igbos?if yes, let them fight it alone and leave us out of their evil scheme.


as a minority i knew our friends now and also knew our enemies?
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- aishatua1 at 18-07-2012 05:24 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: aso4life1 on 18-07-2012 04:08 AM
Your family are real fools, i know your father blood sucking Boko Haram sent you here to start misbehaving, why not go back to your father's farm to HUG ALL HIS COWS....OLOSHI

You are coward bastard...e'lo joko jare.. Grin
Ode buruku  ....Kuroni'waju mi. Angry
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:28 AM (9 years ago)
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N32b pension fraud trial: EFCC seizes 45 mansions
By Yusuf Alli, Abuja 1 hour ago

Anti-graft agency gets court’s nod to freeze six suspects’ bank accounts

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has received an interim order from the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Justice Lawal H. Gumi, to take possession of 45 assets of all the six persons who allegedly defrauded the Police Pension Office of N32.8 billion.

The order also covers the freezing of the accounts of the suspects.

The six suspects are Esai Dangabar, a suspended Permanent Secretary, Atiku Abubakar Kigo, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula and Sani Habila Zira.

All the suspects were arraigned on March 29 on 16 criminal charges bordering on conspiracy and criminal breach of trust before Justice Mohammed Talba of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory , Gudu, Abuja.

According to a statement issued yesterday in Abuja by the Head of Media and Publicity of the commission, Mr. Wilson Uwujiaren, the EFCC had sought the leave of the court to seize the assets - in line with sections 28 and 29 of the EFCC (Establishment Act) 2004.

Section 28 reads: “Where a person is arrested for an offence under this Act, the Commission shall immediately trace and attach all the assets and properties of the person acquired as a result of such economic or financial crime and shall thereafter cause to be obtained an interim attachment order from the Court.”

The EFCC said the judge ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of all the accused persons, pending the hearing and final determination of the corruption case against them.

The EFCC gave the breakdown of the assets as follows: Dangabar(15), Mrs. Onyegbula(11), Wada(six) Kigo(five), Yusuf(four) and Zira(four).

The statement said: “According to the order, all the bank accounts currently being operated and maintained by Inuwa Wada at Keystone and Zenith Bank, all totalling 11 in number, are hereby temporarily frozen until the determination of the charge Number FCT/Cr/64/2012.

“Similarly, all the bank accounts presently being operated and maintained by Esai Dangabar, Atiku A. Kigo and Veronica Onyegbula in the following banks: EcoBank, FCMB, Access Bank, Skye Bank, Fortis Micro Finance Bank, Aso Savings, GTB, Mainstreet Bank and Wema Bank are hereby temporarily frozen pending the hearing and determination of all the said criminal charge No. FCT/64/2012 presently pending before this court,” the Judge is quoted as ruled.

“The 15 property belonging to Esai are: Block of three bedroom flats at Gwarinpa (six units), along EFAB Estate, Life camp; a Block of three-bedroom flats (six units) at Mabushi District, beside Ministry of Works; Estate of four-bedroom duplexes (16 units) behind Wuye Modern Market, Abuja; a mini estate at 19, Ukpabi Asika Street, Asokoro, Abuja; 12 units of two-bedroom flats at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; five-bedroom duplexes at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; four-bedroom bungalows at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; two-bedroom flat at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout. Others are: five blocks of one-bedroom flats at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout, Abuja; twin duplex of five-bedroom & three rooms, 33, ML Wushishi BQ 1 Crescent, Utako, Abuja; two blocks of three bedroom flats, Area 3, former NYSC Office, Abuja; two-bedroom, Area 2, Abuja, behind Shopping Complex , three-bedroom flats , 2 Goran village, along Adi Farms Ltd, Abuja-Keffi Road, 180,000 litres storage facility on a land of about 5,000sqm, with office building, workshop and 20 loading bay 1 Suleja, Niger State.

“The 11 property belonging to Mrs. Onyegbula are: four-bedroom duplex at No.3, Andorra Street, Sun City, Galadimawa, Abuja; Building Housing Ulover International Resources Ltd, Kechis Bottling Company, Plot 140 - 142 Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Umuahia, Abia State; Building (six-bedroom duplex), Housing Somadok, 14, Ola Adeshile Street, Ajao Estate, Oshodi-Isolo, Lagos; large plot of land for International Primary & Secondary School, Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Phase 2, Umuahia, Abia State; a mansion with a BQ at Umugbalu Village, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State.

Others are: two-storey building with shops and flats at No.l03, Ozuitem, Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; One, two-storey building with shops and flats at No. l04, Ozuitem Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; two-storey building of six flats at Ukaegbu Street, Aba, Abia State; Student Hostels at Michael Okpara University of Agric, Umudike, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State; three bedroom duplex at No.1, Tola Adewumi Street, Off. Folarin Hospital, Maryland ; three-bedroom duplex at No.2, Tola Adewumi Street , Off Folarin Hospital, Maryland.

“The six property belonging to Wada are: four-bedroom duplex at Block B4, Finance Quarters, Wuye, Abuja; house at Gwale, Kano; house at Filling Mushe, Gwale Local Government Area, Kano; duplex at Saudauna Crescent, Nassarawa Kano; duplex at Dorayi Karshen Waya, behind Old BUK, Kano; house at Unguwa Uku, Kano.

“The five property belonging to Kigo are a three-bedroom bungalow at 18 Uruguay Street, Panasonic Estate, Wuse 2; four-bedroom duplex at Gudu New layout, Abuja; four-bedroom duplex at 35, Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama, Abuja; a 4 bedroom duplex at FHA, Gwarinpa new Extension beside COCIN Church and an International Secondary and Primary School (under construction) at Kuje, Abuja.

“The Four property of Zira are: Concept College London, Gwarinpa, Close to Ecobank, Abuja; block of flats at FCDA Quarters, Phase II, Block J, Flat 1 & 2 Garki, Abuja ; hotel (aka Habila Hasike’s Hotel) beside Yasekule Primary School, on the same street with Michika Local Government Secretariat, Adamawa State; A House at No.36, Malamre Wark, Jimeta, Yola, Adamawa State.

“Yusuf’s property in Gombe and Abuja are: hotel (under construction, finishing level) behind Gombe State Investment Property Company Housing Estate, Gombe State ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at UU1, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at U20, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja .”

http://www.thenationonlineng.net/2011/index.php/news/54185-n32b-pension-fraud-trial-efcc-seizes-45-mansions.html
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Quote from: stesim33 on 18-07-2012 05:28 AM
N32b pension fraud trial: EFCC seizes 45 mansions
By Yusuf Alli, Abuja 1 hour ago

Anti-graft agency gets court’s nod to freeze six suspects’ bank accounts

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has received an interim order from the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Justice Lawal H. Gumi, to take possession of 45 assets of all the six persons who allegedly defrauded the Police Pension Office of N32.8 billion.

The order also covers the freezing of the accounts of the suspects.

The six suspects are Esai Dangabar, a suspended Permanent Secretary, Atiku Abubakar Kigo, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula and Sani Habila Zira.

All the suspects were arraigned on March 29 on 16 criminal charges bordering on conspiracy and criminal breach of trust before Justice Mohammed Talba of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory , Gudu, Abuja.

According to a statement issued yesterday in Abuja by the Head of Media and Publicity of the commission, Mr. Wilson Uwujiaren, the EFCC had sought the leave of the court to seize the assets - in line with sections 28 and 29 of the EFCC (Establishment Act) 2004.

Section 28 reads: “Where a person is arrested for an offence under this Act, the Commission shall immediately trace and attach all the assets and properties of the person acquired as a result of such economic or financial crime and shall thereafter cause to be obtained an interim attachment order from the Court.”

The EFCC said the judge ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of all the accused persons, pending the hearing and final determination of the corruption case against them.

The EFCC gave the breakdown of the assets as follows: Dangabar(15), Mrs. Onyegbula(11), Wada(six) Kigo(five), Yusuf(four) and Zira(four).

The statement said: “According to the order, all the bank accounts currently being operated and maintained by Inuwa Wada at Keystone and Zenith Bank, all totalling 11 in number, are hereby temporarily frozen until the determination of the charge Number FCT/Cr/64/2012.

“Similarly, all the bank accounts presently being operated and maintained by Esai Dangabar, Atiku A. Kigo and Veronica Onyegbula in the following banks: EcoBank, FCMB, Access Bank, Skye Bank, Fortis Micro Finance Bank, Aso Savings, GTB, Mainstreet Bank and Wema Bank are hereby temporarily frozen pending the hearing and determination of all the said criminal charge No. FCT/64/2012 presently pending before this court,” the Judge is quoted as ruled.

“The 15 property belonging to Esai are: Block of three bedroom flats at Gwarinpa (six units), along EFAB Estate, Life camp; a Block of three-bedroom flats (six units) at Mabushi District, beside Ministry of Works; Estate of four-bedroom duplexes (16 units) behind Wuye Modern Market, Abuja; a mini estate at 19, Ukpabi Asika Street, Asokoro, Abuja; 12 units of two-bedroom flats at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; five-bedroom duplexes at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; four-bedroom bungalows at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; two-bedroom flat at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout. Others are: five blocks of one-bedroom flats at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout, Abuja; twin duplex of five-bedroom & three rooms, 33, ML Wushishi BQ 1 Crescent, Utako, Abuja; two blocks of three bedroom flats, Area 3, former NYSC Office, Abuja; two-bedroom, Area 2, Abuja, behind Shopping Complex , three-bedroom flats , 2 Goran village, along Adi Farms Ltd, Abuja-Keffi Road, 180,000 litres storage facility on a land of about 5,000sqm, with office building, workshop and 20 loading bay 1 Suleja, Niger State.

“The 11 property belonging to Mrs. Onyegbula are: four-bedroom duplex at No.3, Andorra Street, Sun City, Galadimawa, Abuja; Building Housing Ulover International Resources Ltd, Kechis Bottling Company, Plot 140 - 142 Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Umuahia, Abia State; Building (six-bedroom duplex), Housing Somadok, 14, Ola Adeshile Street, Ajao Estate, Oshodi-Isolo, Lagos; large plot of land for International Primary & Secondary School, Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Phase 2, Umuahia, Abia State; a mansion with a BQ at Umugbalu Village, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State.

Others are: two-storey building with shops and flats at No.l03, Ozuitem, Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; One, two-storey building with shops and flats at No. l04, Ozuitem Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; two-storey building of six flats at Ukaegbu Street, Aba, Abia State; Student Hostels at Michael Okpara University of Agric, Umudike, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State; three bedroom duplex at No.1, Tola Adewumi Street, Off. Folarin Hospital, Maryland ; three-bedroom duplex at No.2, Tola Adewumi Street , Off Folarin Hospital, Maryland.

“The six property belonging to Wada are: four-bedroom duplex at Block B4, Finance Quarters, Wuye, Abuja; house at Gwale, Kano; house at Filling Mushe, Gwale Local Government Area, Kano; duplex at Saudauna Crescent, Nassarawa Kano; duplex at Dorayi Karshen Waya, behind Old BUK, Kano; house at Unguwa Uku, Kano.

“The five property belonging to Kigo are a three-bedroom bungalow at 18 Uruguay Street, Panasonic Estate, Wuse 2; four-bedroom duplex at Gudu New layout, Abuja; four-bedroom duplex at 35, Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama, Abuja; a 4 bedroom duplex at FHA, Gwarinpa new Extension beside COCIN Church and an International Secondary and Primary School (under construction) at Kuje, Abuja.

“The Four property of Zira are: Concept College London, Gwarinpa, Close to Ecobank, Abuja; block of flats at FCDA Quarters, Phase II, Block J, Flat 1 & 2 Garki, Abuja ; hotel (aka Habila Hasike’s Hotel) beside Yasekule Primary School, on the same street with Michika Local Government Secretariat, Adamawa State; A House at No.36, Malamre Wark, Jimeta, Yola, Adamawa State.

“Yusuf’s property in Gombe and Abuja are: hotel (under construction, finishing level) behind Gombe State Investment Property Company Housing Estate, Gombe State ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at UU1, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at U20, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja .”

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N32b pension fraud trial: EFCC seizes 45 mansions
By Yusuf Alli, Abuja 1 hour ago

Anti-graft agency gets court’s nod to freeze six suspects’ bank accounts

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has received an interim order from the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Justice Lawal H. Gumi, to take possession of 45 assets of all the six persons who allegedly defrauded the Police Pension Office of N32.8 billion.

The order also covers the freezing of the accounts of the suspects.

The six suspects are Esai Dangabar, a suspended Permanent Secretary, Atiku Abubakar Kigo, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula and Sani Habila Zira.

All the suspects were arraigned on March 29 on 16 criminal charges bordering on conspiracy and criminal breach of trust before Justice Mohammed Talba of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory , Gudu, Abuja.

According to a statement issued yesterday in Abuja by the Head of Media and Publicity of the commission, Mr. Wilson Uwujiaren, the EFCC had sought the leave of the court to seize the assets - in line with sections 28 and 29 of the EFCC (Establishment Act) 2004.

Section 28 reads: “Where a person is arrested for an offence under this Act, the Commission shall immediately trace and attach all the assets and properties of the person acquired as a result of such economic or financial crime and shall thereafter cause to be obtained an interim attachment order from the Court.”

The EFCC said the judge ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of all the accused persons, pending the hearing and final determination of the corruption case against them.

The EFCC gave the breakdown of the assets as follows: Dangabar(15), Mrs. Onyegbula(11), Wada(six) Kigo(five), Yusuf(four) and Zira(four).

The statement said: “According to the order, all the bank accounts currently being operated and maintained by Inuwa Wada at Keystone and Zenith Bank, all totalling 11 in number, are hereby temporarily frozen until the determination of the charge Number FCT/Cr/64/2012.

“Similarly, all the bank accounts presently being operated and maintained by Esai Dangabar, Atiku A. Kigo and Veronica Onyegbula in the following banks: EcoBank, FCMB, Access Bank, Skye Bank, Fortis Micro Finance Bank, Aso Savings, GTB, Mainstreet Bank and Wema Bank are hereby temporarily frozen pending the hearing and determination of all the said criminal charge No. FCT/64/2012 presently pending before this court,” the Judge is quoted as ruled.

“The 15 property belonging to Esai are: Block of three bedroom flats at Gwarinpa (six units), along EFAB Estate, Life camp; a Block of three-bedroom flats (six units) at Mabushi District, beside Ministry of Works; Estate of four-bedroom duplexes (16 units) behind Wuye Modern Market, Abuja; a mini estate at 19, Ukpabi Asika Street, Asokoro, Abuja; 12 units of two-bedroom flats at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; five-bedroom duplexes at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; four-bedroom bungalows at 1, Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Gudu District, Abuja; two-bedroom flat at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout. Others are: five blocks of one-bedroom flats at Zone C, Apo Resettlement Layout, Abuja; twin duplex of five-bedroom & three rooms, 33, ML Wushishi BQ 1 Crescent, Utako, Abuja; two blocks of three bedroom flats, Area 3, former NYSC Office, Abuja; two-bedroom, Area 2, Abuja, behind Shopping Complex , three-bedroom flats , 2 Goran village, along Adi Farms Ltd, Abuja-Keffi Road, 180,000 litres storage facility on a land of about 5,000sqm, with office building, workshop and 20 loading bay 1 Suleja, Niger State.

“The 11 property belonging to Mrs. Onyegbula are: four-bedroom duplex at No.3, Andorra Street, Sun City, Galadimawa, Abuja; Building Housing Ulover International Resources Ltd, Kechis Bottling Company, Plot 140 - 142 Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Umuahia, Abia State; Building (six-bedroom duplex), Housing Somadok, 14, Ola Adeshile Street, Ajao Estate, Oshodi-Isolo, Lagos; large plot of land for International Primary & Secondary School, Ehinmiri Housing Estate, Phase 2, Umuahia, Abia State; a mansion with a BQ at Umugbalu Village, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State.

Others are: two-storey building with shops and flats at No.l03, Ozuitem, Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; One, two-storey building with shops and flats at No. l04, Ozuitem Street, Enugu Road, Amuziukwu, Umuahia, Abia State; two-storey building of six flats at Ukaegbu Street, Aba, Abia State; Student Hostels at Michael Okpara University of Agric, Umudike, Oboro, Ikwuano Local Government Area, Abia State; three bedroom duplex at No.1, Tola Adewumi Street, Off. Folarin Hospital, Maryland ; three-bedroom duplex at No.2, Tola Adewumi Street , Off Folarin Hospital, Maryland.

“The six property belonging to Wada are: four-bedroom duplex at Block B4, Finance Quarters, Wuye, Abuja; house at Gwale, Kano; house at Filling Mushe, Gwale Local Government Area, Kano; duplex at Saudauna Crescent, Nassarawa Kano; duplex at Dorayi Karshen Waya, behind Old BUK, Kano; house at Unguwa Uku, Kano.

“The five property belonging to Kigo are a three-bedroom bungalow at 18 Uruguay Street, Panasonic Estate, Wuse 2; four-bedroom duplex at Gudu New layout, Abuja; four-bedroom duplex at 35, Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama, Abuja; a 4 bedroom duplex at FHA, Gwarinpa new Extension beside COCIN Church and an International Secondary and Primary School (under construction) at Kuje, Abuja.

“The Four property of Zira are: Concept College London, Gwarinpa, Close to Ecobank, Abuja; block of flats at FCDA Quarters, Phase II, Block J, Flat 1 & 2 Garki, Abuja ; hotel (aka Habila Hasike’s Hotel) beside Yasekule Primary School, on the same street with Michika Local Government Secretariat, Adamawa State; A House at No.36, Malamre Wark, Jimeta, Yola, Adamawa State.

“Yusuf’s property in Gombe and Abuja are: hotel (under construction, finishing level) behind Gombe State Investment Property Company Housing Estate, Gombe State ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at UU1, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja ; three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow at U20, A&B, Sunny Homes, Dakwo District, Abuja .”

http://www.thenationonlineng.net/2011/index.php/news/54185-n32b-pension-fraud-trial-efcc-seizes-45-mansions.html


They are 4 hausa/fulani 1 yoruba and 1 igbo.
Posted: at 18-07-2012 05:42 AM (9 years ago) | Newbie
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:45 AM (9 years ago)
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HAUSA/FULANI are the problems we suffer and continue suffering it here in naija.

untill we all stand up together against them.

i blv it's time for my home state to show them the door out from my state if we must have peace.

we co-habit with igbos and yorubas but these guys are no no.
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- aishatua1 at 18-07-2012 05:47 AM (9 years ago)
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:51 AM (9 years ago)
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http://www.thenationonlineng.net/2011/index.php/news/54266-fulani-herdsmen-attack-enugu-community.html

we are waiting for you and your brothers in benue state.

we hate your hausa/fulani people with passion.
why can't you stay alone so that everybody will have peace.
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- stesim33 at 18-07-2012 05:55 AM (9 years ago)
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as soon as i see this thread, i know somthing is not write untill i uncover the hidden agenda.
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i destroyed your secret agenda with one blow.

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you guys can never use us again, your time is up and your turn to receive the blows is coming and even at hand
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