FG Puts Up Diezani Alison Madueke Bras , Braziers, Waist Trainers, Others For Sale.
Diezani, who served as a minister under former President Goodluck Jonathan, has been in the UK since 2015 and has refused to return to Nigeria. She was reported to have obtained Dominican Republic citizenship and a diplomatic passport at some point.
Ejes Gist News reports, the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Abdulrasheed Bawa, told the House of Representatives in May that Diezani had been seized of jewellery worth N14 billion.
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125 wedding gowns, 13 small gowns, 41 waist trainers, 73 hard flower, 11 pieces of suit, 11 pieces of invisible bra, 73 pieces of veils, 30 pieces of braziers, two pieces of standing fan, 17 pieces of magic skits, six packets of blankets, one table blanket, and 64 pairs of shoes were among the items recovered by the former Oil Minister.
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According to The Punch, the Diezani Alison-Madueke Properties are located at Building 3, Block B, Bella Vista, Plot 1, Zone N, Federal Government Layout, in the posh Banana Island Foreshore Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos, and includes 18 flats and six penthouses.
Other notable properties listed include those of the late Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, whose homes in Abuja’s high-end Wuse 2 and Maitama neighbourhoods were seized by the Federal Government.
No. 14 Adzope Crescent, off Kumasi Crescent; No. 19 Kumasi Crescent, Wuse 2; and No. 6 Umme Street, Wuse 2 are among them.
Last week, the Federal Government began the process of screening 613 independent valuers who will oversee the sale of assets allegedly obtained illegally and permanently forfeited to it in approximately 25 locations across the country.
A total of 1,620 properties, including cars, houses, phones, laptops, vessels, and other valuables, are up for auction across the country.
Last week, Mohammed Etsu, Chairman of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on the Disposal of Forfeited Assets, told journalists that 229 proposals had been received for the valuation of plants, machinery, motor vehicles, furniture, and equipment, while 75 companies had submitted bids for the valuation of water vessels for disposal, and 25 companies had submitted bids for the valuation of jewellery, ornaments, and clothing materials for disposal.
Etsu, who is also the Federation’s Solicitor-General, stated that the committee would ensure a unified and transparent process for the relevant agencies to safeguard the recovered assets.
He stated that the valuation and due process subcommittee had previously completed a technical evaluation of the bids received from interested valuers, and that only clothing materials were currently available for valuation.
The solicitor-general noted that pieces of jewellery were still the subject of litigation and were thus excluded from the process for the time being, reminding successful valuers of the importance of being thorough.
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