FG recovers £6.3m, €5.4m and $390,000 of its assets in foreign countries


FG recovers ?6.3m, ?5.4m and $390,000 of its assets in foreign countries

The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami has said that Nigeria recovered £6.3m, €5.4, and $390,000 of its assets stowed by corrupt government officials in foreign accounts.


Malami made this known on Thursday, Jan. 12, during a ministerial scorecard of the Justice Sector from 2015 till date.


He said: “In compliance with presidential mandates and foreign judicial processes, the Ministry has recovered total sums of £6,324,627.66 (Six Million, Three Hundred & Twenty-Four Thousand, Six Hundred & Twenty Seven Pounds, Sixty-Six Pence); €5,494,743.71 (Five Million, Four Hundred and Ninety-Four thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty-Three Euro, Seventy-One Cents); and $390,000,000 (Three Hundred and Ninety Million dollars) from various jurisdictions.


“Some of the recovered funds are being utilized in the financing of critical infrastructure including Abuja – Kano Expressway, Second Niger Bridge, and Lagos – Ibadan…

Source: Linda Ikeji