Dezani, Aluko, Omokore in US trouble too. Part 6 anti-corruption weblog of efforts
I am pleased that to the dismay of the corrupt, the Buhari administration efforts are full steam ahead, and now it is clear the importance of his incessant travels at the beginning of his presidency.
Many cried the absent president back then, but his foresight as commander in chief, is perhaps now being appreciated. Even from the USA and UK anti-corruption efforts continue.
Read this article from Sahara reporters: with this excerpt, to discern the squandermania that occurred under the watchful eye of Goodluck Jonathan and his sycophants.
Sycophants that continually scoff at the efforts of this administration, i might add.
The papers, obtained by SaharaReporters, are related to a civil forfeiture notice filed against the trio and two conspirators by the U.S. Department of Justice, with prosecutors showing that Messrs. Omokore and Aluko bought four residential properties in and around London worth £11.45 million for the use of Mrs. Alison-Madueke, her mother and other members of her family.
Some of the properties, the US court papers showed, were renovated at eye-watering costs, fitted with luxury items, including art works, to provide a lush lifestyle for Mrs. Alison-Madueke. The court processes, filed at the Houston Division of the US District Court, revealed that company named Miranda International Limited, owned by Mr. Omokore, purchased a property known as “The Falls” for £3,250,000. The property is located just outside London at 96 Camp Road, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire SL9 7PB.