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$50m Found: Press Statement Released By Esther Nnamdi-Ogbue's Lawyers

Discussion in 'Crimes, Courts & Justice' started by Admin, Apr 13, 2017.

  1. Admin

    Admin Administrator

    In a bid to refute the claims making the rounds that the huge stash of money found in an apartment building in Ikoyi belongs to Mrs. Esther Nnamdi-Ogbue , her lawyers just released a statement.‎

    APRIL 13, 2017


    The attention of Our Client, Mrs. Esther Nnamdi-Ogbue has been drawn to the news making round in the News Media to the effect that the large sums of money to wit: $38,000,000.00 (Thirty-Eight Million Dollars),N23,00
    0,000.00 (Twenty-Three Million Naira) and £27,000.00 (Twenty-Seven Thousand Pounds) uncovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) from an apartment in Osborne Towers, Osborne Road, Ikoyi Lagos, Lagos State belong to her.
    By this Press Release, we inform the public (especially the News Media) that the said sums of money and/or the apartment where the sums of money were found do not belong to Our Client.
    Our Client is as shocked as many other Nigerians at the uncovering and recovery of the said sums of money and wishes to salute the courage and efforts of the EFCC in the war against corruption.
    She also wishes to commend the whistle blowing policy introduced by the Federal Government in the fight against corruption which policy has resulted in large scale uncovering and recovery of monies and assets.
    It is Our Client’s belief that the source and ownership of the said uncovered sums of money is known or eventually will be known by the EFCC in due course. There is therefore no need for conjecture or speculation.
    May we finally implore the News Media to be more circumspect in their publications.

    Emeka Etiaba SAN, FCArb
  2. Admin

    Admin Administrator

  3. I hope this whistle blower thing will be the turning point in our efferts to get rid of criminal politicians and officials among us.
  4. johnBee

    johnBee Well-known Member

    This is one of the reasons why the Nigerian senate doesn't want to confirm Ibrahim Magu as EFCC chief. May thunder fire all the devils in Nigeria :D