Nigerian Court Dismisses U.S.$12.5 Billion Oil Suit


The federal high court has dismissed a suit seeking to expose how the U.S.$12.5 billion oil windfall that accrued to Nigeria under the leadership of retired General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida was spent.

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The Federal High Court has dismissed an application demanding information on the statement of account relating to the spending of the U.S.12.4 ... see more »

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