This was revealed by Sam Piranty, a journalist with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
Contrary to speculations making the rounds, reports say the former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, has not been charged yet.
Also, Daily Trust Newspapers reports that the spokesperson for the UK National Crime Agency (NCA), whose name was given as stuart, said “I can confirm to you that none of the people arrested and granted bail on Friday has been charged to court.”
£27,000 was seized in the case vs Alison-Madueke and CASH detained until April 2016 #Nigeria
— Sam Piranty (@sampiranty) October 5, 2015