The federal government has started to value the properties of some former public servants in a bid to ascertain their financial worth and sell them to potential buyers.
Among persons whose assets have been listed for this process is Diezani Alison-Madueke, the embattled former minister of petroleum resources, Punch reports.
Another ex-official government on the list is the late Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh.
Below is the list of the assets slated for sale:
- Highbrow Banana Island Foreshore Estate (Ikoyi, Lagos)
- 18 flats
- 6 penthouses (Banana Island)
- 125 pieces of wedding gowns
- 13 pieces of small gowns
- 41 pieces of waist trainers
- 73 pieces of hard flower
- 11 pieces of suit
- 11 pieces of invisible bra
- 73 pieces of veils
- 30 pieces of braziers
- 2 pieces of standing fan
- 17 pieces of magic skits
- 6 packets of blankets
- 1 table blanket
- 64 pairs of shoes
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Those belonging to Badeh are houses at Wuse 2 and Maitama high-end neighbourhoods of Abuja
They include No. 14 Adzope Crescent, off Kumasi Crescent, 19 Kumasi Crescent, Wuse 2, and 6 Umme Street, Wuse 2.
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Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had disclosed that jewellery worth N14.4 billion was forfeited by Alison-Madueke.
The chairman of the commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, made the disclosure on Friday, May 28, when he appeared before a committee of the House of Representatives probing the status of recovered loot.
Bawa told the lawmakers that the estimated value of the houses seized and forfeited from Diezani was $80 million.
The EFCC boss stated that the commission is yet to auction assets and property recovered from the former minister due to administrative exigencies.
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Ude, a Nigerian journalist based in the US, had on Saturday, May 22 tweeted that N1.5trillion was traced to Jamoh in a new generation bank.
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