The Federal Authorities has reportedly frozen the financial institution accounts of suspects on ‘looters list’, and at present being tried in courtroom over allegations of corruption by the EFCC.
That is in keeping with a report by TheCable, which reported that the embargo positioned on the accounts is a part of the implementation of the Govt Order No. 6 on the “preservation of suspicious assets connected with corruption and other relevant offences” signed by President Buhari in October 2018.
A former Minister who confirmed this improvement, mentioned he tried to withdraw cash from his account lately however couldn’t.
“I issued a cheque of N250,000 to a friend and it was turned down. When I called my account officer, he invited me for a meeting, where I was told there is a ‘post no debit’ instruction on all my accounts because of the executive order. They told me I am not the only one affected. All persons undergoing trial are affected.” a former Minister whose title is on the looters listing instructed TheCable
Amongst these listed had been Sambo Dasuki, former nationwide safety adviser; Dieziani Alison-Madukwe, former minister of petroleum sources; Kenneth Minimah, former chief of military employees; Alex Badeh, former chief of defence employees; Inde Dikko, former comptroller-general of customs; and Bala Mohammed, former minister of the federal capital territory (FCT).
Others are Stella Oduah, a serving senator; Babangida Aliyu, former Niger State governor; Jonah Jang, former Plateau governor; Nenadi Usman, former minister of finance; Bashir Yuguda, former minister of state for finance; Femi Fani-Kayode, former minister of aviation; Raymond Dokpesi, founding father of DAAR Communications and Uche Secondus, nationwide chairman of the PDP.