Switzerland has returned U.S.$322 million recovered from late head of state Sani Abacha with U.S.1.5 million dollars interest. The government has announced that the money will be placed in its national social safety net programmes.
CSOs to Monitor Spending of $322.5 Million Abacha Loot
Premium Times, 26 April 2018
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) on Thursday in Lagos said they would closely monitor the spending of the recently repatriated $322.5 million Abacha loot by the federal… Read more »
Switzerland Returned $322.5M Abacha Loot With Interest - Envoy
Vanguard, 25 April 2018
Switzerland said it has returned all the money kept in the country by late Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, with $1.5 million interest. Read more »
Govt Earmarks $322M Abacha Loot for Social Programmes
Premium Times, 23 April 2018
The federal government says the $322.52 million Abacha loot recovered recently from the Swiss government would be ploughed into its national social safety net programmes. Read more »
We Returned $322.5M Abacha Loot With $1.5M Interest in 2017 - Switzerland
Daily Trust, 24 April 2018
Switzerland said it has returned all the money kept in the country by late Nigeria's Head of State Gen. Sani Abacha, with 1.5 million dollars interest. Read more »
The House of Representatives has set up an ad-hoc committee to investigate the payment of U.S.$17 million to lawyers by the Attorney-General of the Federation for the recovery of ... Read more »
The government says that it has received U.S.$322.51 million from the Swiss government as part of looted funds recovered from former Head of State, the late General Sani Abacha. Read more »
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