• Oshiomhole and deputy to get N300m mansions

    Oshiomhole and deputy to get N300m mansions

    According to reports, the Edo State House of Assembly has amended the bill for a Law for Pension Rights of the Governor and Deputy Governor.

    With the amendment, the immediate past governor, Adams Oshiomhole, and his former deputy, Dr. Pius Odubu, will get some mouthwatering benefits.

    The House approved the provision of residential buildings worth N200m and N100m for the governor and his deputy.

    The bill also provided that the buildings could be sited in any location of their choice.

    While passing the bill […]

  • FG seeks UK’s help to seize Amosu, Adigun’s £3.2m London mansions

    FG seeks UK’s help to seize Amosu, Adigun’s £3.2m London mansions

    The Federal Government has initiated moves to seize two mansions allegedly owned by the immediate past Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu (retd.); and a former Chief of Accounts and Budgeting in the Nigerian Air Force, Air Vice Marshal Jacob Adigun.

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had traced two houses in the highbrow areas of London to Amosu and Adigun.

    Amosu and Adigun allegedly purchased the houses in 2014.

    “We identified a detached house at 93b Shirehall Park, London, NW42QU, […]

  • EFCC Traces Three Mansions To Fayose’s Associate

    EFCC Traces Three Mansions To Fayose’s Associate

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has traced three posh houses to an associate of the Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose.

    The houses, one in Abuja and two in Lagos, are believed to have been bought with part of the N1.219 billion pumped into the 2014 governorship election.

    The cash was believed to be from the office of the National security Adviser.

    Fayose has denied having any dealing with the office, while Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) was in charge.

    The cash, detectives believe, was […]

  • Names of Nigerians owning mansions in London unveiled ahead of Buhari’s visit

    Names of Nigerians owning mansions in London unveiled ahead of Buhari’s visit

    According to reports, names of some top Nigerians allegedly own­ing mansions in London have been mentioned in a London newspaper.

    This is even as Presi­dent Muhammadu Bu­hari visits London to­morrow at the invitation of Prime Minister David Cameron, to participate in a global anti-corrup­tion summit holding at Lancaster House.

    The Mail on Sunday named former Gover­nor of Kogi State, the late Prince Abubakar Audu and Chairman and Chief executive Officer of Global Fleet Group, Ji­moh Ibrahim as owners of mansions on Bishops […]