A federal high court has ordered the arrest of the former attorney-general of the federation, Mohammed Adoke, a former minister of petroleum resources, Dan Etete and four others allegedly connected with illegal payments that lead to the 2011 acquisition of OPL 245, the biggest oil field in the country.
Court Orders Arrest of Etete, Adoke, Others Over $2.1b Malabu Scam
Guardian, 18 April 2019
Justice Danlami Senchi of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Jabi has granted the prayers of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for a warrant of arrest… Read more »
Shell, ENI oil companies
Malabu Scandal - Court Orders Arrest of Etete, Adoke, Others
Premium Times, 17 April 2019
A Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Jabi has granted the prayers of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for a warrant of arrest against Nigerian… Read more »
Anti-Graft Urged to Seize Etete's U.S.$56 Million Private Jet
Premium Times, 12 April 2019
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been urged to seize a private jet owned by a former Nigerian minister of petroleum, Dan Etete. Read more »
Malabu - Consultant Faults Eni, Shells Valuation of OPL245
Premium Times, 4 April 2019
A consultant who stood as witness before an Italian court in Milan on Thursday faulted the valuation of the controversial Oil Prospecting License 245 by oil giants Eni and Shell. Read more »
Oil multinationals, ENI and Shell are waiting for an Italian court judgement on whether U.S.1,1 billion paid in the controversial Malabu oil deal in Nigeria was used as a bribe to ... Read more »
Nigerian and Italian investigators accuse officials of both ENI and Shell of shady financial deals to secure a licence for the oilfield OPL 245. The case has been billed as one of ... Read more »
An Abuja court has postponed the Malabu oil case to June 18, 2018 for the arraignment of Mohammed Adoke, a former attorney-general and minister of justice, and eight others over ... Read more »
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