EFCC Invades Diezani, Omokore Banan Island Homes, SEIZED $1.4m, £600k Wristwatches, Others
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission, the EFCC has reportedly invaded the house of Ex-Minister of Petroleum, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke and ally, Mr. Jide Omokore, where some valuables including $1.4 million and  £600,000 wristwatches were seized respectively.

As Nigerian groans in abject poverty and hardship, the like of former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke and cronies are living an extravagance lifestyle with expenses jewelries at the expense of the populace.

In a report published on Punch Newspaper online this morning, it was learnt that the commission had seized expensive jewellery and wristwatches during various raids on houses of some suspects on Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos, and other places.

The source added that the items seized from the suspects would be displayed to journalists in Nigeria while the summit of 60 world leaders, including President Muhammadu Buhari, would take place on May 11 and 12 in the United Kingdom, Punch Newspaper says.

The EFCC source added that a wristwatch worth 1.4m pounds was seized from the wife of the Chairman of Atlantic Energy Drilling Concepts Nigeria Limited, Mr. Jide Omokore.

The EFCC source said that a wristwatch of about £600,000 was seized from a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, during a raid on her residence.

The firm of Omokore, who was quizzed in January by the commission, was one of the companies that allegedly received multi-billion dollars worth of public assets without due process from the Jonathan administration.

The company, which was established in 2010, had reportedly not explored any oil when it was curiously awarded controlling stakes in two lucrative oil blocks, OML 30 and 34, for just over $50m each.

The deal, which was signed by Jonathan’s Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, gave Atlantic Energy Limited a controlling 55 per cent stake

The former minister had been interrogated by the Metropolitan Police on issues relating to money laundering.

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