Nigeria's Ex-Attorney General Arrested in Dubai Over Oil Deal
Former attorney general, Mohammed Adoke, was taken into custody seven months after Nigeria's anti-graft agency issued a warrant for his arrest as part of an investigation into one of the oil industry's biggest suspected corruption scandals. Adoke is allegedly connected with illegal payments that lead to the 2011 acquisition of OPL 245, the biggest oil field in the country.
Documents Counter Malami's Claim He Wasn't Notified of Adoke's Arrest
Premium Times, 2 December 2019
On November 11, authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) arrested Mohammed Bello Adoke, Nigeria's erstwhile attorney-general. Read more »
Detained in UAE, Ex-AGF Adoke Writes Interpol, Asks to Be Freed
Premium Times, 1 December 2019
A former Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, has written the general secretariat of INTERPOL in France to demand his release. Read more »
Former Attorney General Adoke 'Arrested in Dubai'
Premium Times, 17 November 2019
Mohammed Bello Adoke, a former Nigerian attorney-general, has been held in Dubai by Interpol, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt. Read more »
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 ... 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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