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3 Civil Servants To Lose Properties Worth N264million To FG, Says ICPC

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The ICPC has moved to seize plots of land and duplexes worth N264 million from three civil servants - The civil servants are said to be working in the ministry of Niger Delta affairs.

The ICPC said that the properties were valued to be well above the legitimate earnings and incomes of the accused The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has moved to seize plots of land and duplexes worth N264 million from three civil servants working in the ministry of Niger Delta affairs.




Spokesperson for ICPC, Mrs Rasheedat Okoduwa, said in a statement on Wednesday, March 13 that the properties under investigations were owned by Poloma Nuhu, Mangset Dickson and Daniel Obah. The properties also include 19 plots of land, 10 hectares of farmland and two duplexes, spread around Abuja and three towns in Rivers.The statement noted that the 10 hectares of farmland located in Kuje, Abuja, were allegedly acquired through corrupt acts by Nuhu, a principal accountant with the ministry. The commission further noted that the properties were valued to be well above the legitimate earnings and incomes of the accused.



It said that it relied on Section 48 (2) of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act 2000, which gives it the power of seizure of assets obtained by individuals through corrupt means. It added that it would seize another 15 plots of land from Nuhu, which were all located in Gwagwalada, Abuja. It said that Nuhu would also temporarily lose ownership of 10 hectares of farm land valued at N50 million and an uncompleted duplex, valued at N90 million, at Apo Estate, Abuja. The commission said that Obah, a principal accountant in the finance and account department of the ministry, would also lose temporary ownership of a N60 million four-bedroom duplex located in Karsana, Abuja.




It said that Obah would lose another three plots of land with a collective value of N64.5 million located in Abe Ndoni, Obio-Akpor in Port Harcourt, River state. The third suspect, Dickson, will also lose ownership of a plot of land valued at N7 million, located at Kubwa, a suburb of Abuja.


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filter all the looter

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There are stealing money indirectly.

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Hmm that's Nigeria for you

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This is serious oo

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This will serve as a deterrent to others

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I think the issue should be properly investigated before executing any judgment....since it has come to issue of land and fixed assets.

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How did they make the money ??

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Wow well done to ICPC

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Good work ICPC

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What a huge properties to let go off just like that

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This is serious

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This is not good at all

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No Comment For Post

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May be na thief them be

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Properties Worth N264million
Men that's a lot to loss

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[ @lisamelz: ] The ICPC has moved to seize plots of land and duplexes worth N264 million from three civil servants - The civil servants are said to be working in the ministry of Niger Delta affairs.

The ICPC said that the properties were valued to be well above the legitimate earnings and incomes of the accused The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has moved to seize plots of land and duplexes worth N264 million from three civil servants working in the ministry of Niger Delta affairs.




Spokesperson for ICPC, Mrs Rasheedat Okoduwa, said in a statement on Wednesday, March 13 that the properties under investigations were owned by Poloma Nuhu, Mangset Dickson and Daniel Obah. The properties also include 19 plots of land, 10 hectares of farmland and two duplexes, spread around Abuja and three towns in Rivers.The statement noted that the 10 hectares of farmland located in Kuje, Abuja, were allegedly acquired through corrupt acts by Nuhu, a principal accountant with the ministry. The commission further noted that the properties were valued to be well above the legitimate earnings and incomes of the accused.



It said that it relied on Section 48 (2) of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act 2000, which gives it the power of seizure of assets obtained by individuals through corrupt means. It added that it would seize another 15 plots of land from Nuhu, which were all located in Gwagwalada, Abuja. It said that Nuhu would also temporarily lose ownership of 10 hectares of farm land valued at N50 million and an uncompleted duplex, valued at N90 million, at Apo Estate, Abuja. The commission said that Obah, a principal accountant in the finance and account department of the ministry, would also lose temporary ownership of a N60 million four-bedroom duplex located in Karsana, Abuja.




It said that Obah would lose another three plots of land with a collective value of N64.5 million located in Abe Ndoni, Obio-Akpor in Port Harcourt, River state. The third suspect, Dickson, will also lose ownership of a plot of land valued at N7 million, located at Kubwa, a suburb of Abuja.

that is nice

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Thieves should be punished severely in any hash manner possible

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This is shocking and somewhat alarming to the victims, i suppose.

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They are so cruel

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Mirror on the wall.

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see money see loss see fight against corruption

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Corrupt individual should not be spared

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Imagine whose money he has used to build that structure while they lavish in poverty

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