Nov 03, 2020

Judge orders permanent forfeiture of Diezani’s $153m to FG – Punch Newspapers

Ramon Oladimeji Justice Muslim Hassan of the Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the permanent forfeiture of a sum of $153,310,000, which was said to have been diverted from the coffers of the...

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