EXCLUSIVE: Shell, Eni in fresh trouble as Nigeria begins moves to withdraw OPL 245

Former Minister Dan Etete, the man behind Malabu
Former Minister Dan Etete, the man behind Malabu

The Nigerian government is set to retrieve one of Africa’s richest oil blocs from oil giants, Shell and Eni, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt.

Not only will the two oil giants lose OPL 245, should President Muhammadu Buhari approve the recommendations, they will also be fined billions of dollars for illegal activities, including paying money to fraudulent public officials and private citizens in order to secure the bloc.

The retrieval of the controversial oil bloc, estimated to contain about 9 billion barrels of crude, as well as placing heavy fines on the oil giants, is contained in a far-reaching recommendation by the office of the Director of Public Prosecution, DPP, Mohammed Diri.

The recommendation was at the instance of the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, who is set to advise the federal government on how to proceed on a controversial deal that is being investigated by authorities in four different countries.

In arriving at its recommendations, the DPP committee, which included lawyers from his office, called for the cancellation of the ‘settlement agreement’ that ceded the oil bloc to Shell and Eni.

Summary of Malabu's history

Summary of OPL 245 history. Source: Global Witness

The ‘Settlement Agreement’

Made on April 29, 2011, the settlement deal is made up of three different ‘Resolution agreement’ signed by the parties involved in the OPL 245 saga.

The first, titled “BLOCK 245 MALABU RESOLUTION AGREEMENT” was signed between representatives of the federal government and those of Malabu, which was represented during the discussions by a former petroleum minister, Dan Etete.

The second agreement, titled “BLOCK 245 RESOLUTION AGREEMENT” was between the Nigerian government and officials of Shell and Eni/AGIP; while the third agreement, titled “BLOCK 245 SNUD RESOLUTION AGREEMENT”, was signed by officials of the Nigerian government and Shell.

The immediate past attorney general of the federation, Mohammed Adoke, and immediate past petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke signed all the agreements on behalf of the federal government. Both are among officials being investigated by Nigeria’s foremost anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, for their roles in the scam.

The agreements saw the transfer of OPL 245, first from the Malabu to the Nigerian government and then from the government to Shell and Eni. The agreements also effectively cancelled all previous law suits and judgements related to the case.

It was based on these agreements that Shell and Eni paid a total of $1.3 billion into Nigerian government accounts, which as stated in earlier reports by PREMIUM TIMES, largely ended up in accounts of phoney companies and shady characters.

Cancel the agreement
The committee empanelled by the Attorney General Malami recommended that the agreement be cancelled, describing it as “null and void”, and saying it “should not be given any legal effect by the FGN (Federal Government of Nigeria) as doing so would amount to the FGN condoning and perpetuating illegality.”

One of the reasons the panel consider the agreement illegal is that the ex-convict, Mr. Etete, had no legal authority to negotiate the agreement on behalf of Malabu as he was not a shareholder of the company nor had the permission of the shareholders to do so.

Also, the oil bloc was awarded to Malabu in furtherance of Nigeria’s policy to encourage local companies and part of the conditions for the award was that “foreign participation interest in the blocks (OPL 245 and 214) shall not exceed 40%, i.e. 60/40 indigenous to foreign;” a fact Shell was aware of but chose to ignore.

The committee also sought the cancellation of the agreement based on a resolution by the last House of Representatives, which called for the cancellation and demanded that Shell be“censured or reprimanded… for its lack of transparency and full disclosure in its bid to acquire OPL 245.”

Also, although Shell and Eni claimed they only struck an agreement with the federal government and that they did not know, before the agreement, that the money they paid was going to Malabu, evidence by investigators in Italy and the Nigerian anti-graft agency, EFCC, shows that the oil firms knew the payment was eventually going to Malabu accounts controlled by Mr. Etete, a man once convicted for money laundering in France.

Apart from calling for the cancellation of the agreement, the DPP panel also recommended the full recovery of the money paid by Shell and Eni, describing it as “proceed of crime.”

PREMIUM TIMES had reported how the Federal Government paid over $800 million of the money into accounts controlled by Mr. Etete and how Justice Edis of the Southwark Crown Court in England refused to release $85 million of the remaining sum to Mr. Etete in December.

Infographic---Malabu

In refusing the to release the money, the judge questioned the actions of the Goodluck Jonathan presidency on the OPL 245 saga saying “I cannot simply assume that the FGN which was in power in 2011 and subsequently until 2015 rigorously defended the public interest of the people of Nigeria in all respects.”

Apart from recommending the withdrawal of the OPL 245 from Shell and Eni and calling for the retrieval of the money, the panel also asked the federal government to collaborate with all foreign agencies investigating the deal as well as prosecute all individuals and firms that violated local and international laws in the process.

In its recommendation, the panel also stated that the Federal Government can make “close to $10 billion” from the scandal.

Making money for Nigeria
To make the money, the panel recommended that Shell and Eni be fined at least $6.5 billion (five times the $1.3 billion Shell and Eni originally paid in 2011 the block).

This, the panel stated, should be done “in accordance with the relevant provisions of our laws in conformity with international best practices via the appropriate courts (at) home or abroad as the case may be.”

In other words, from the fine and the amount to be retrieved of the $1.3 billion, the government could make about $8 billion.

Also, in asking that the oil bloc be returned to Malabu’s original owners, the panel asked that the necessary licensing fees, transfer fees, signature bonus, and tax be paid by the firm; while 50 per cent of the rights to the bloc should return to Nigeria after three years based on original intent of awarding the bloc.

PREMIUM TIMES had reported how Malabu was awarded the oil block in 1998 with its shareholders being Mohammed Abacha, son of late military dictator, Sani Abacha, (50 per cent); Kweku Amafegha (the fictional character created by Mr. Etete, 30 per cent); and Wabi Hassan (wife of Hassan Adamu, former Nigerian ambassador to the U.S. 20%).

Human rights lawyer, Jiti Ogunye, had argued that the oil bloc ought to return to Nigeria and Malabu’s registration cancelled since it was based on falsehood.

“Section 190 and Section 436 (b) of the Criminal Code Act is applicable to the conduct of the promoter of Malabu, in that a false representation or declaration was made to induce the Corporate Affairs Commission to issue an incorporation certificate,” Mr. Ogunye said.

“Owing to the false representation, the Corporate Affairs Commission can approach the Federal High Court under Section 563 of CAMA to seek the withdrawal and cancellation of the Certificate of Incorporation of Malabu.”

Awaiting Malami, Buhari
The DPP report was to be sent to the Attorney General last week, a source at his office told PREMIUM TIMES, but was delayed due to Mr. Malami’s trip with President Muhammadu Buhari to the United Arab Emirates.

The report is to be sent this week to both the Solicitor General of the Federation, Taiwo Abidogun, and Mr. Malami, with the latter expected to advise President Buhari on the next steps based on the recommendations.

A source at the presidency told PREMIUM TIMES that the president was keenly following the matter and recently received a report on it from the office of the Vice President, who is coordinating the actions of the AGF, EFCC and Petroleum ministry on the matter.

Both the DPP and the Attorney General, in separate phone interviews, confirmed their offices were working on resolving the OPL 245 issue, but would not comment on the details.

“Malabu is a very sensitive issue and if there’s any resolution, I will have to get clearance before I can speak to the press on it,” the DPP, Mr. Diri, said.

Also, PREMIUM TIMES learnt that Shell was already aware of the government’s moves to cancel the agreement, and was lobbying against it.

However, the oil giant’s spokesperson, Precious Okolobo, declined comments on the matter.


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  • Spoken word

    About time this fraudulent mess is resolved

  • tundemash

    It is high time these foreign companies stop messing with Nigeria; they dare not do same thing in US and UK and not get fined heavily. Please go ahead and double the fine. As per the rogues GEJ, Denziani, Adokie and Dan Etete, confiscate their belongings.

    • IZON Redeemer

      The socalled Foriegn firm SHELL AND CHEVRON did nothing wrong——-In the USA the oil belongs to those who own the land ———–what about your Nigeria-?–obrogate the land use decree and stop blaiming the these firms– was Buhari not installed as president by the CIA

      • Atunde Adeola Yusuf

        na u be the CIA abi

      • Shugaba Nkasa

        no decree is active.

      • tundemash

        It is not only CIA, he was also installed by CNN, UN, EU and the whole world so what can u do about it sore loser ?

      • tundemash

        It is not only CIA, he was also installed by CNN, UN, EU and the whole world so what can u do about it sore loser ??

    • Ade

      The Devil just decamped to APC, he is now a saint!!!!

      • tundemash

        Mor0n, is that what this story said ?

  • Rommel

    Nigerians should rejoice because we now have a president who wants the best for the country,people should recall that the first major civil decision taken by PMB was to initiate moves in the international body responsible for the extension of Nigeria’s shorelines from its present 200 nautical miles to 350 into deep sea,this was a sharp move because 60% of our crude oil output is offshore and that would add many more oil blocs.

    • IZON Redeemer

      Ibo man wahala————–go and study the economy of Nigeria which is now over 55 years old————–We cannot pretend a man who sneaks into the Senate at night to steal budgets is the best for us–or the one who refuses to grant people bail–Even in South Africa white murderers are–being granted bail-Not thieves like Buhari who collected 5 vehicles from dasuki and 300,000 dollars from him is now siad not to have done anything wrong-because he is Fulani-Separation now that oil has gone down to 5 cents a barrel

      • Rommel

        The PDP would do anything to put a stain on the integrity of a man whom everybody including his enemies know is decent so I am not surprised with your position because the PDP is beyond redemption,my brother pray because this man who cares about you more than Jonathan your brother,the shoeless one rather took the money that was meant for your well being and gave to his concubines and friends leaving you broke but with this president,your farms which were scorched by the locust years of Goodluck Jonathan would become green again.

        • Rumournaire

          My friend, you should recognise and not waste your time responding to posts by biggots. Some of them have names that betray their tribal bigotry. They use the foulest language against anyone they disagree with. They spend their whole day just making a nuisance of themselves online. Please, stop responding to their posts so they don’t feel important. Just ignore them!

  • Rumournaire

    This is great news! Shell and ENI need to be taught that they cannot keep throwing their weight around to perpetuate corruption and undermine transparency.

  • Maria Darego

    The Nigerian Goverment would be well advised to seek wide private sector legal opinions (especially from lawyers with relevant practical experience) on this matter before proceeding! The President should direct the Vice-President, who has good legal background, to quietly seek out and balance legal opinions on this matter! They should evaluate, without sentiment, the opposing legal opinions, and develop contingencies for those opinions! With all due respect, the Attorney General and the other civil servants making these recommendations are punching way above their weight on this matter!! They would just end up embarrassing the country.

    • Fines are already being paid in Italy, The UK and the US…..Illegalities have already been established…The FG cannot make the Mistakes of Halliburton….The time to react is now….It is a straight forward case.

    • IZON Redeemer

      May God in the Heavens forgive your fathers—-and mothers—-Sadly—–the only solution to our troubles in the SOuth south ati Nigeria is separation—period——–Sadly u sent in the rubbish u have just posted because of the foolishness of the Ijaw Nation——————-The Ijaw elites are so stupid–u will think God cloned them from pieces of fish scales when u watch them-at play in Nigeria-Alams late governor of Bayelsa state run into trouble because he saw himself as a Nigerian—-and not a simple Ijaw-man–So decided to foolishly aid outsiders to dupe his people—-The same goes for Sylva who is even the worst and now Dickson and Amaechi——-Jonathan did not assist a single Ijaw man–to grow—He did not give EK Clarke an Oil well——–As a matter of fact Jonathan impoverished the Ijaw Nation——He hated Ijaws his tribesmen with a passion——–That is the Ijaw man for u——we the Ijaws are yet to develop a system of assisting each other like the Fulanis, Ibos and Yorubas often do—–Look at Buhari-a Fulani-he has filled every available job with his Fulani tribesmen—-Tinubu planted Yorubas in high-place in the government of Buhari—-Tompolo who is now being chased by the Itsekirtis led by Sagay was already a very rich man before Jonathan came into power—The father owned a footclub in the first division—Iselemadi—–FC of Warri——-So bury those dirty oil regional thoughtas of yours———If -Mrs Alakija a Yoruba woma and Danjuma can be become the richest woman and man in africa via the oil wells-located in the Niger Delta-what about the Ijaws who own the land where the oil was discovered————–Separation is the only answer to these evil acts by the tripod———-let the blood flow so that there will be peace and justice—–now that the price of oil has gone down to 5 cents-for freedom is our goal

      • Rommel

        HahahahahahahahahahahahahahaLol!!!!! you say it’s Iselemadi FC of Warri,which division did you say they play in again,ogogoro division?

      • ayo

        Only you no like Itsekiri, Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa, Fulani, Effic, Ibibio…….Infact you like no one…..what a character….

  • sammyctu ode

    Yes I worked for Shell for many years but Shell has always played dirty in Nigeria. They are arrogant corrupt and very insensitive to the laws of developing countries. I will support my country over these blood sucking multinationals.

    • Rumournaire

      A close relative of mine also worked for Shell for decades. He told me that one of the tests of a staff’s loyalty is when he can demonstrate willingness to sacrifice the interest of his country for Shell. If he has not demonstrated that, he is not a candidate for a top leadership position in the company. Shell plays real dirty. The company claims not to give bribes but would contract out a job on which the contractor is expected to give bribe and build it into his price. Very, very few Nigerians have made it to a director’s position in that company without having compromised his integrity to “help” the company.

      • IZON Redeemer

        BASTARDS–TELL US WHERE U HAIL FROM- IN NIGERIA–KOKO–?-SHELL IS NOT THE TYPE TO GET INTO—–ANY DIRTY DEAL WITH ANY MUMU NIGERIAN—SOME OF U DO NOT EVEN KNOW HOW THE DEAL STARTED AND WHY SHELL EVEN GOT INVOLVED–BLOODY THIEVES

    • IZON Redeemer

      The bastardizing of Nigeria by the mindless, who hate the nation. Monumental injustice to a people: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria Without the people of Niger Delta on whose soil the oil was found. They constitutes the main opposition to President Goodluck Jonathan today. Read on:

      (1) This oil block business is so lucrative that Danjuma’s Sapetro divested of its investment in Akpo condensate for $1billion dollars. This business is second to none in Nigeria. That is why any attempt to investigate the activities in this sector will always be futile. The money is so much that they give bribes in millions of dollars. A birthday gift or child naming gift from an oil block owner to a government official could be as paltry as $2million dollars, and if the official’s father died, the condolence gift could reach mere $3 million dollars. When they want to bribe legislators, it is in millions of dollars and any ongoing investigation ends within weeks. They are so confident that with excess money they can buy up Nigeria and they are succeeding

      (2) OML 110 with high yield OBE oil fields was given Cavendish Petroleum owned by Alhaji Mai Daribe, the Borno Patriarch in 1996 by Sanni Abacha. OBE oil field has estimated over 500 million barrels of oil. In layman’s language and using average benchmark of $100 dollars per barrel, translates to $50 billion dollars worth of oil reserve. When you remove the taxes, royalties and sundry duties worth about 60% of the reserve payable over time you get about $20billion dollars worth of oil in the hands of a family.

      (3) OPL 246 was awarded to SAPETRO, a company owned by General Theophilus Danjuma, by Sanni Abacha in 1998. Akpo condensate exports about 300,000 barrels of crude daily.

      (4) NOML 112 and OML 117 were awarded to AMNI International Petroleum Development Company owned by Colonel Sanni Bello in 1999. Sanni Bello is an inlaw to Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.

      (5) OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOK field was awarded to Alhaji Mohammed Indimi from Niger State. Indimi is an inlaw to former Military President Ibrahim Babangida.

      (6) OML 215 is operated by Nor East Petroleum Limited owned by Alhaji Saleh Mohammed Gambo.———————ARE THESE THIEVES IJAWS LIKE ETETE ALSO? ANIMALS

  • wazobia scatter!!!!!!

    there goes kweku etete ………………… a great partner of a thieving president fortunato ebele ………………

    • IZON Redeemer

      WAS HE MADE OIL MINISTER BY jONATHAN–iT WAS A kNAURI MAN ABACHA WHOM BUHARI SERVED WITH ALL HIS HEART–THAT GIFTED HIM WITH THE OIL BLOCK

      • wazobia scatter!!!!!!

        who made him minister is irrelevant ……………………. the thieving fortunato had an option of not sanctioning and participating in an obvious fraud instead he gleefully endorsed and actively participated in the theft …………………… man,the shame is on him …………………..

  • Omotolaaraujo

    BRAVO! BRAVO! BRAVO!

    • IZON Redeemer

      BASTARD ITSEKIRI THIEF

    • IZON Redeemer

      The bastardizing of Nigeria by the mindless, who hate the nation. Monumental injustice to a people: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria Without the people of Niger Delta on whose soil the oil was found. They constitutes the main opposition to President Goodluck Jonathan today. Read on:

      (1) This oil block business is so lucrative that Danjuma’s Sapetro divested of its investment in Akpo condensate for $1billion dollars. This business is second to none in Nigeria. That is why any attempt to investigate the activities in this sector will always be futile. The money is so much that they give bribes in millions of dollars. A birthday gift or child naming gift from an oil block owner to a government official could be as paltry as $2million dollars, and if the official’s father died, the condolence gift could reach mere $3 million dollars. When they want to bribe legislators, it is in millions of dollars and any ongoing investigation ends within weeks. They are so confident that with excess money they can buy up Nigeria and they are succeeding

      (2) OML 110 with high yield OBE oil fields was given Cavendish Petroleum owned by Alhaji Mai Daribe, the Borno Patriarch in 1996 by Sanni Abacha. OBE oil field has estimated over 500 million barrels of oil. In layman’s language and using average benchmark of $100 dollars per barrel, translates to $50 billion dollars worth of oil reserve. When you remove the taxes, royalties and sundry duties worth about 60% of the reserve payable over time you get about $20billion dollars worth of oil in the hands of a family.

      (3) OPL 246 was awarded to SAPETRO, a company owned by General Theophilus Danjuma, by Sanni Abacha in 1998. Akpo condensate exports about 300,000 barrels of crude daily.

      (4) NOML 112 and OML 117 were awarded to AMNI International Petroleum Development Company owned by Colonel Sanni Bello in 1999. Sanni Bello is an inlaw to Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.

      (5) OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOK field was awarded to Alhaji Mohammed Indimi from Niger State. Indimi is an inlaw to former Military President Ibrahim Babangida.

      (6) OML 215 is operated by Nor East Petroleum Limited owned by Alhaji Saleh Mohammed Gambo.

  • sapas

    The day of” FORTUNATO” and his cohorts are numbered…. Bravo General

    • IZON Redeemer

      The oil well was not given to Etete by—-Jonathan it was Abacha who gave him the oil block———————–So what is your regional head telling u–The war to gwet the oil block from Etete was not even started by MUMU THIEVING DEMONIC SOUL OF BUHARI–IT WAS STARTED BY OBASANJO A YORUBA MAN————————–LONG B4 BUHARI WAS INSTALLED BY THE CIA——THROUGH YORUBA AGENTS WORKING IN THE WHITE HOUSE WITH OBAMA

  • IZON Redeemer

    Pls stop deleting comments for the Apes in APC–I have no pity for Etete who left his white woman for an Ibo lady————–because he wanted to belong—If the Ibos–Yorubas and Fulani ati Itsekiris want they can roast his bloody Ijaw brain to hell for all I care–Cause he did not use his riches to expand the knowledge of the Ijaw Nation—–Yes we are aware the Tripod would have done all to destory him economically as they are doing-now-but he should have tried—–There is not single Ijaw man of Note that has not been economically strangled by the Tripod–From Crystal Bank owned by Zebulon Abule—–He was sent to prison by Abacha and Buhari—because of his Ijaw tribal marks—–David West an oil Minister who is busy fooling himself with Buhari went to jail for over a year under IBB–All States Bank—-Chief Banigo–was also sent to prison by the Nigerian state while investors were busy–buying shares in his bank–The Fulanis ended up taking over his bank–through Obasanjo, Sanusi and Ribadu–Both Fulanis———————–The same way Buhari is destroying Ijaws——and wanting to do everything to ensure he poisons them in his gulag—He did it over 30 years ago–Ijaws are not known as owners of oil wells– but called bunkerers–Those who own their oil wells are the Fulanis—Yorubas- and Ibos—————–Ijaws have no right in Nigeria to apply for an oilblock—No right whatsoever——————————-Even in Apartheid South Africa–the blacks were given the opportunity to grow side by side with their white masters… Not in Nigeria—where an oil block that was given to Etete and Danjuma by Abacha is being chased by the Ibos—because of the Ijawness of Etete—what would happen if the Ijaws align themselves with the Ibos————–in the South east of Nigeria in future? Your guess is as good as mine—Separation is the answer—not the rule of Buhari a Fulni and the Yorubas propagandist-animals

    • ayo

      Very ignorant fellow….It is not only the ijaw people that own oil in Nigeria……I am not ijaw and my state owns oil as well….

  • if na Ijaw dem 4 don kill am

    Major General Tukur Buratai was appointed director of procurement DHQ in
    2012, a position he held until May 2015 that he was appointed force
    commander of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MJTNF), an appointment he
    held till he became chief of army staff,” Steven Chilaka, national
    secretary of the movement, said in a statement issued on Sunday.

    “As director of public procurement at the DHQ, all procurements by the
    military between 2012 and May 2015 passed through his office. Our question
    is; how can you probe procurement of arms within this period without the
    involvement of Major General Buratai, the man who was the director of
    procurement?

    “Curiously too, only retired and serving officers of the Nigerian Air
    Force were said to have been indicted.

    “Was the army being excluded from this probe to save Major General
    Buratai? Or Could procurements have been made without his involvement
    during the period that he was Director of Procurement?

    “Definitely, it won’t be funny if President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight
    against corruption is also selective against the military as it already
    appears to be against the political class and the president must look into
    this obvious case of selective probe as a matter of urgency.”

  • Dazmillion

    As Adam’s first sin was eating the apple, this deal was Jonathan’s first sin as president. He became possessed by the spirit of corruption aka stealing is not corruption, and never stopped sinning thereafter.

    • IZON Redeemer

      VERY INSANE WAY TO REASON THE FIRST QUESTION U SHOULD ASK YOUR DIRTY SMELLY REGIONAL SOUL IS WHETHER THE OIL WELL WAS GIVEN TO HIM BY JONATHAN——————UNWARE IT WAS A COURT DECISION THAT MADE THE IBOS GIVE UP—AND THE FRENCH TO FREE HIM FROM THEIR GULAG WHERE OBJ PUT HIM

  • favourtalk

    Some of them still believe that it is the past government that is leading this nation, they are totally wrong and Nigeria shall get back to it feet, corruption was our greatest problem and we will surely wipe it off this time around and all that are involved will be dealt with properly. Kudos to PMB for taking serious ND better decisions

    • IZON Redeemer

      Nigeria is over 55 years old Ijaws have never depended on any government of Nigeria for survival like the Ibos–Yorubas and rthe Fulanis—-We have never—We the Ijaws have always fought for our rights—-without the aid of any Ibo man or woman–without the aid of any Yoruba man–without the aid of any Fulani–Rather it is the brain of the ijaws that the Fulnis depended on to win the war with biafra——Jonathan was not the one who gave etete the oil well–It was abacha—Name one Ibo man or Yoruba —–ati Fulani who helped the Ijaws achieve their objectives in life–just one–or u shut up–we do not need u–it u who needs us—————————–so let my people go

      • ayo

        Please all…. ignore this drug user……

  • IZON Redeemer

    The bastardizing of Nigeria by the mindless, who hate the nation. Monumental injustice to a people: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria Without the people of Niger Delta on whose soil the oil was found. They constitutes the main opposition to President Goodluck Jonathan today. Read on:

    (1) This oil block business is so lucrative that Danjuma’s Sapetro divested of its investment in Akpo condensate for $1billion dollars. This business is second to none in Nigeria. That is why any attempt to investigate the activities in this sector will always be futile. The money is so much that they give bribes in millions of dollars. A birthday gift or child naming gift from an oil block owner to a government official could be as paltry as $2million dollars, and if the official’s father died, the condolence gift could reach mere $3 million dollars. When they want to bribe legislators, it is in millions of dollars and any ongoing investigation ends within weeks. They are so confident that with excess money they can buy up Nigeria and they are succeeding

    (2) OML 110 with high yield OBE oil fields was given Cavendish Petroleum owned by Alhaji Mai Daribe, the Borno Patriarch in 1996 by Sanni Abacha. OBE oil field has estimated over 500 million barrels of oil. In layman’s language and using average benchmark of $100 dollars per barrel, translates to $50 billion dollars worth of oil reserve. When you remove the taxes, royalties and sundry duties worth about 60% of the reserve payable over time you get about $20billion dollars worth of oil in the hands of a family.

    (3) OPL 246 was awarded to SAPETRO, a company owned by General Theophilus Danjuma, by Sanni Abacha in 1998. Akpo condensate exports about 300,000 barrels of crude daily.

    (4) NOML 112 and OML 117 were awarded to AMNI International Petroleum Development Company owned by Colonel Sanni Bello in 1999. Sanni Bello is an inlaw to Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.

    (5) OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOK field was awarded to Alhaji Mohammed Indimi from Niger State. Indimi is an inlaw to former Military President Ibrahim Babangida.

    (6) OML 215 is operated by Nor East Petroleum Limited owned by Alhaji Saleh Mohammed Gambo.

    • Artful ºDodger

      Shut the fk up f00l. No one tied your hands and prevented you from making something good out of your life. Go out there and get a real job instead of seating behind a keyboard to type nonsense daily. This oil is not in your father´s backyard so stop being childish and grow a brain. No government anywhere in the world give lazy ass people bowl of oil daily as their share of the national cake even if it is found right inside their bedroom and Nigeria can not be an exception. Get your lazy ¨na our own¨ ass off the couch and do something rewarding with the rest of your worthless life!

      • takethebus

        Home Incest Factory Product Pikin from AfeniFRAUD republic SouthWEST ZOO

      • IZON Redeemer

        Another Buharimice–Sadly for us he is an Ibo man—- see how senseless your thoughts are against the Ijaw Nation? Tomorrow u will carry banners and claim u are one with the Ijaws in the SS–animals———–Hear him the bastard again–(Nobody tied my hands from getting a real job-) But forgot to tell us what he was doing behind the key board-himself! Not interested in knowing how I pay for my internet connection fees——-Wants to know if it is his Fulani father or Ibo mother–that is responsible for the connection——-Danjuma only used his made in Taraba state Agbada to get an oil well–Madam Alakija a Yoruba woman was a hair dresser——Yet became the richest woman—in africa-via my oil wells————–in the South south——-Adenuga Danjuma Emeka Offor and co-Name one Ijaw woman who was ever gifted with an oil well in the entire south south-This is how u the IBOS OFTEN TALK AS IF U ARE HARD WORKING-By -SWALLOWING DRUGS AND killing your fathers and mothers for money making rituals. That is no way to make money—and going into kidnapping and armed robbery———Happily for us the ijaws are not into all these Satanic pastimes such as swallowing drugs and sailing into europe with our tommies filled with drugs–like the Ibos-and Yorubas often do—–That is why God in his Mercy deposited oil in our backyard—-So–leave our zones alone—–go to your villages and leave our areas alone for us—to struggle with–we are not in you so u must never be in us-in the creeks of the Niger Delta————————–

        • ayo

          Don’t work yourself into a heart attack…..Always working yourself up on useless off point….Ijaw this.. SS that….Who made you the spokes person for the people of SS….

      • FreeNigeria

        Well said! Thx You

  • Artful ºDodger

    Igbos, even though una no get oil, una fit take rope also go hang for this one o. Despair will continue to chase you people about where others are happy. Since you hate good and godliness, evil will be your portion for generations to come o. Nigeria will be great again under Buhari and anyone who want to be associated with the greatness is welcome to do so.

    • IZON Redeemer

      Nigeria is already dying dead–under buhari—-the biggest thief—on earth—a MAN WHO STOLE THE NATIONS BUDGET CANNOT MOVE US FORWARD WITH HIS STEALING HABITS——-The fight against Etete is between an Ibo man and Ijaw man Etete—led by the Yorubas—–under the leadership of Obasanjo—He is the one who is being used to chase the Ijaws–in d creeks-How many more years does Obj have on earth again?—May be 50 years–But he will one day be gone—So will Buhari–Again will Buhari take the oil wells in the Niger delta with him-?-Nay—————-God in His Holy Mercy knows WHY he depositied the oil that is being stolen by the Fulani and Yorubas in the SS——————But until the Ijaws fight for their freedom–they will continue to suffer in Nigeria——–remain slaves for the Yorubas and Fulanis–PERIOD

    • DanielOsazuwa

      You are indirectly placing a cause on Nigeria and Nigerians in general. Ibos are full blooded Nigerians. My brother never allow your emotion to overwhelm you. It’s slipping slope.

      • IZON Redeemer

        Wipe Out All Niger Delta People, Like Obj Did in Odi – Col Hassan, Buhari friends and APC Chief.

        This is Col. Hassan (rtd), President Buhari’s friend and an APC chief calling for the invasion and repeat of the Odi Massacre in Ijaw communities where pipelines have been vandalized. – Hope For Nigeria..

    • takethebus

      Home Incest Factory Product Pikin from OduduWORM republic SouthPEST ZOO

    • Burning Spear

      So why are the ibos fighting for biafra–then———if there is hope for them in Nigeria?—————————–Listen to what a Friend of Buhari Rtd Col Hassan said on tape against the Ijaw Nation——————————-Besides-WHY is BOKO HARAM-still murdering Nigerians—–if the Fulani north is as happy as u claim to be under the perfect rule of Buhari why are they still killing northerners? Why not quietly let the Ijaw Nation go—-why are they prepapred to go to war with the Ijaws–who yearn to free themselves- from the clutches of the neo imperialist-

    • True Nigerian

      I am Igbo and I have supported Buhari since 2003. Eat your words. Ethnic bigotry is not a superior argument against an opposite ethnic bigotry. Show some common sense. With supporters like you, Nigeria and Buhari do not need any enemies. You constitute enough danger to those you claim to be supporting.

      Igbos were the highest donors to Buhari’s campaign in 2015? You probably don’t have enough information to know that.

      To date, many Yoruba’s are not happy about Jonathan’s loss. Many Northerners are also not happy that Buhari is the President today. You can ask Babangida, Ribadu or the family of the former Sultan of Sokoto (Dasuki). Many Niger Deltans also supported Buhari, even if the figures of the rigged votes don’t show that clearly enough.

      But narrow-minded fellows like you just can’t help yourselves when it comes to replacing your reasoning with bigotry.

      • Powerlessconscious

        Many yorubas are happy and many northerners are happy that GEJ lost. Even a good economist who knows how a country should be govern is happy that GEJ lost. Only the SE are not happy. The SS are neutral.

        • True Nigerian

          Yes, many in the South-East were not happy about Jonathan’s loss. But that is a reflection of their own level of reasoning. It is not a reflection of being Igbo. I say so, because I know many Igbos who supported Buhari. I know many more who have been supporting him since 2003. I have voted for Buhari in every election since 2003, except for 2011 when I was not in the country. I gave my money into Buhari’s campaign too. I was a blogger, a fiery one at that, and you will know as soon as I mention my real name. I was offered money by Jonathan’s people and I rejected it. I am Igbo too.

          The fact that many Igbos supported Jonathan (mostly out of ignorance and political deception by Igbo elites) does not call for the sheer narrow-minded bigotry which was poured out in the comment I responded to. That’s the only point I am here to make.

          • Holy truth

            U are civilised, highly exposed & highly matured in reasoning. U are too sir, u earn my respect sir. Good write ups.

      • Wale

        You started very well till when you chose to mention names.
        “Many Northerners are also not happy that Buhari is the President today. You can ask Babangida, Ribadu or the family of the former Sultan of Sokoto (Dasuki)”.
        Babangida => forced out of office
        Ribadu => Forced out of Office
        Former Sultan of Sokoto Dasuki dad => was dethroned, there’s a reason for that.
        I’m sure you are intelligent enough to figure out why “many Yoruba’s are not happy about Jonathan’s loss. Many Northerners are also not happy that Buhari is the President today”.

        You Igbo are just a different breed altogether.

        • True Nigerian

          Of course, Igbos who don’t like Buhari have their reasons too. Whether their reason is right or wrong is a different matter. But, is the reason for Dasuki’s, Buhari’s and IBB’s dislike for Buhari absoultely right? No. So there is not much value in arguing that some people have reason not to like Buhari.

          You have just said that some Yorubas have a reason not to like Buhari. You are right. I am also sure you can make a guess (whether right or wrong one) about why many Igbos seem not to support Buhari. Even so, I am also sure that you understand that the existence of that fact does not necessarily justify the illogicality and bigotry of ethnocentricism such as the one reflected in the comment I responded to. It is simply stoopid to argue that every German loves Hitler, simply because many Germans supported Hitler. Sensible people don’t reason in that way. It takes a bigot to respond to bigotry with another bigotry. If artful dodger is not a bigot, no amount of ethnic bigotry by others would draw out bigotry from him.

          • Wale

            I understand and kind of aligned with your point of view on this subject; but, on the other hand it’s also easy to bring out the beast that resides in all of us that parade ourselves as humans.

      • tundemash

        I doff my hat !

    • Netanyahu

      You will die of frustration if you read this. There is huge oil reserve in Imo, Abia and Anambara states and beyond. That the federal govt of awusa/foolani, aided by yorubas over the years stopped the IOCs from further oil discoveries in these states for obvious reasons does not mean that the oil has dried up. It is still there. Again the entire Owerri Capital Territory in Imo state is sitting on a very huge gas reserve also. Don’t forget that was where Shell started their operations in Nigeria before relocating to Port Harcourt. So what else do you want. You can go commit suicide. Now that the price of oil is peanuts, tell me what you and your miserable state will be surviving on. We are a very resourceful and enterprising people and don’t need to depend on oil to survive. You can’t take that away. You are cursing a whole race just out of petty jealousy. If you can’t beat them, jump into the lagoon or go hug a live transformer. Yeye de smell.

  • IZON Redeemer

    Wipe Out All Niger Delta People, Like Obj Did in Odi – Col Hassan, Buhari friends and APC Chief.

    This is Col. Hassan (rtd), President Buhari’s friend and an APC chief calling for the invasion and repeat of the Odi Massacre in Ijaw communities where pipelines have been vandalized. – Hope For Nigeria

  • Profy

    Any tribe that doesn’t want peace of Nigeria should be wiped out of the surface of the earth or they should relocate. All lands belong to God. We all migrate to wherever we call home 2day. So u can relocate if u don’t like Nigeria. In addition igbo should apologise to Nigeria first on the January 15 1966 coup where Yoruba and Northern leader were killed in cold blood.

    • Netanyahu

      Ashawo pikin.

  • IZON Redeemer

    Major General Tukur Buratai was appointed director of procurement DHQ in
    2012, a position he held until May 2015 that he was appointed force
    commander of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MJTNF), an appointment he
    held till he became chief of army staff,” Steven Chilaka, national
    secretary of the movement, said in a statement issued on Sunday.

    “As director of public procurement at the DHQ, all procurements by the
    military between 2014 and May 2015 passed through his office. Our question
    is; how can you probe procurement of arms within this period without the
    involvement of Major General Buratai, the man who was the director of
    procurement?

    “Curiously too, only retired and serving officers of the Nigerian Air
    Force were said to have been indicted.

    “Was the army being excluded from this probe to save Major General
    Buratai? Or Could procurements have been made without his involvement
    during the period that he was Director of Procurement?

    “Definitely, it won’t be funny if President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight
    against corruption is also selective against the military as it already
    appears to be against the political class and the president must look into
    this obvious case of selective probe as a matter of urgency.”……

    • FirecloudOFGOD

      Where are these quotes from? Lots of questions. As ostriches, the people in charge will bury their head in the sand. This case gets twisted by the day!

  • FOWL YASH DON OPEN

    The Senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has condemned the
    anti-corruption war by the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration,
    saying it is driven by political consideration.

    Sanni charged the Code of Conduct Bureau, CCT, to probe the asset
    declarations of other Governors who served at the same time as the Senate
    President, Bukola Saraki, because politics should not be mixed with
    anti-graft war.

    Reacting to the investigations into the ongoing arms deal supervised by the
    former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, Sanni said corruption has
    its consequences as seen in the arrest of those in charge of security in
    the last administration.
    Politics mixed with corruption will take us nowhere,” he said

    • ayo

      A personal opinion…..

  • IZON Redeemer

    The bastardizing of Nigeria by the mindless, who hate the nation. Monumental injustice to a people: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria Without the people of Niger Delta on whose soil the oil was found. They constitutes the main opposition to President Goodluck Jonathan today. Read on:

    (1) This oil block business is so lucrative that Danjuma’s Sapetro divested of its investment in Akpo condensate for $1billion dollars. This business is second to none in Nigeria. That is why any attempt to investigate the activities in this sector will always be futile. The money is so much that they give bribes in millions of dollars. A birthday gift or child naming gift from an oil block owner to a government official could be as paltry as $2million dollars, and if the official’s father died, the condolence gift could reach mere $3 million dollars. When they want to bribe legislators, it is in millions of dollars and any ongoing investigation ends within weeks. They are so confident that with excess money they can buy up Nigeria and they are succeeding

    (2) OML 110 with high yield OBE oil fields was given Cavendish Petroleum owned by Alhaji Mai Daribe, the Borno Patriarch in 1996 by Sanni Abacha. OBE oil field has estimated over 500 million barrels of oil. In layman’s language and using average benchmark of $100 dollars per barrel, translates to $50 billion dollars worth of oil reserve. When you remove the taxes, royalties and sundry duties worth about 60% of the reserve payable over time you get about $20billion dollars worth of oil in the hands of a family.

    (3) OPL 246 was awarded to SAPETRO, a company owned by General Theophilus Danjuma, by Sanni Abacha in 1998. Akpo condensate exports about 300,000 barrels of crude daily.

    (4) NOML 112 and OML 117 were awarded to AMNI International Petroleum Development Company owned by Colonel Sanni Bello in 1999. Sanni Bello is an inlaw to Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.

    (5) OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOK field was awarded to Alhaji Mohammed Indimi from Niger State. Indimi is an inlaw to former Military President Ibrahim Babangida.

    (6) OML 215 is operated by Nor East Petroleum Limited owned by Alhaji Saleh Mohammed Gambo.

  • Dawood

    Let’s not celebrate until it’s cancelled. If Buhari does not cancel the fraudulent deal, then his war on Corruption is phony.

  • Oil Crimes Inc.

    Editor Premium Times,

    Adoke Muhammed is the principal criminal suspect

    Adoke Muhammed
    is in all sorts of troubles under Nigerian law if the EFCC gets it right. This
    money should have been paid to Nigeria’s Federation Account for appropriation but
    was routed through J.P Morgan bank in America onwards to the London account of
    Chief Dan Etete, from where the money was shared out to a Russian who assisted in
    coaxing ENI/Agip in Milan, Italy to get involved in this oil bloc (OPL 245). Another Nigerian
    lawyer – DELE ADESINA – was Dan Etete’s lawyer for doing this illegal moneylaundering.

    Altogether seven key persons shared this $1.12 billion on OPL 245 – an
    oil field lying inside Nigeria holding an estimated three (3) billion barrels
    of crude oil. EFCC may be looking at the offence of conspiracy which, if
    standing alone, attracts seven (7) years imprisonment, while other offences
    committed here include moneylaundering, stealing and uttering – all of which cumulatively
    carry over 28 years imprisonment.

    The interesting part of this case would be a potential indictment for
    uttering. There was no federal executive council approval for this transaction
    whereas the contract on its face was drafted by Adoke Muhammed as done between
    the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA. But without a federal executive council
    approval, the person who signed the sham contract is deemed to have committed
    the criminal offence of uttering per se. Adoke Muhammed would be looking at disbarment
    for infamy if he, rather than Jonathan, signed this fraudulent agreement, as reported here.

    • IZON Redeemer

      u are a fool–was the oil block handed over to shell by Abacha or etete Monkey–have u asked yourself how Shell came into the whole transaction thief

  • what about these oil wells

    The bastardizing of Nigeria by the mindless, who hate the nation. Monumental injustice to a people: 20 Owners Of Richest Oil Blocks In Nigeria Without the people of Niger Delta on whose soil the oil was found. They constitutes the main opposition to President Goodluck Jonathan today. Read on:

    (1) This oil block business is so lucrative that Danjuma’s Sapetro divested of its investment in Akpo condensate for $1billion dollars. This business is second to none in Nigeria. That is why any attempt to investigate the activities in this sector will always be futile. The money is so much that they give bribes in millions of dollars. A birthday gift or child naming gift from an oil block owner to a government official could be as paltry as $2million dollars, and if the official’s father died, the condolence gift could reach mere $3 million dollars. When they want to bribe legislators, it is in millions of dollars and any ongoing investigation ends within weeks. They are so confident that with excess money they can buy up Nigeria and they are succeeding

    (2) OML 110 with high yield OBE oil fields was given Cavendish Petroleum owned by Alhaji Mai Daribe, the Borno Patriarch in 1996 by Sanni Abacha. OBE oil field has estimated over 500 million barrels of oil. In layman’s language and using average benchmark of $100 dollars per barrel, translates to $50 billion dollars worth of oil reserve. When you remove the taxes, royalties and sundry duties worth about 60% of the reserve payable over time you get about $20billion dollars worth of oil in the hands of a family.

    (3) OPL 246 was awarded to SAPETRO, a company owned by General Theophilus Danjuma, by Sanni Abacha in 1998. Akpo condensate exports about 300,000 barrels of crude daily.

    (4) NOML 112 and OML 117 were awarded to AMNI International Petroleum Development Company owned by Colonel Sanni Bello in 1999. Sanni Bello is an inlaw to Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.

    (5) OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOK field was awarded to Alhaji Mohammed Indimi from Niger State. Indimi is an inlaw to former Military President Ibrahim Babangida.

    (6) OML 215 is operated by Nor East Petroleum Limited owned by Alhaji Saleh Mohammed Gambo.

    • FirecloudOFGOD

      That is the Irony of life isn’t it?

      Northerners own the oil field whilst the Delta people (where the wealth is found) have their means of livelihood wiped out and up till today, continue to live in a highly pollute environment. Where is the justice?

      When their people like Alison-Maduekwe, for the first time held sway, did you see her face in the Delta region? What did she do with all the power she wielded? Oil was then worth over $100/barrel. Now with 80% discount on oil, it is no longer worth focussing on oil. It is best to go after the looters. As for those who got these blocks for free, their case is for another day.

  • IZON Redeemer

    Amaechi Looted $757M from Rivers State To Fund Buhari’s Campaign.

    The immediate past Rivers State Governor, Mr Rotimi Amaechi stole $757 million (N230Billion), reliable sources at the Government House told our reporter in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, south south Nigeria.

    Findings from our investigative reports revealed that Rotimi dug deep into Rivers State coffers and doled out a whopping $757 part of which was used to fund Buhari’s campaign and every hue and cry that has been raised so far to have Rotimi Amaechi investigated in spite of the glaring evidence against him tendered by the Rivers State Government has fallen on deaf ears.

    • Burning spear

      who go touch as a slave to the fulanis and Yorubas—who go touch a thief who stole for buhari

    • ayo

      Why has the current governor of Rivers state not taken this information to EFCC…..Please prosecute Amaechi…If you have proof….

    • New Nigerian

      You are Dan Etete. That is your real name. No need for evidence to back that claim. Just like you don’t need evidence to back your claim. Get it? So Dan Etete we would soon recovered the stolen commonwealth through this deal of yours.

    • Rommel

      At the low price of $25 a barrel,how much would 9 billion barrels be worth? why then would your people sell such a bloc for $1.05 Billion? does this not show that your people’s reasoning has taken flight? please advise your people against high intake of alcohol,PMB remains the best thing to happen to Nigeria.

  • tuby NY

    Does anyone expect anything other than full implementation of this recommendation?? Even Nigerian corruption-laden House of Reps came out with d same recommendations after their investigation last year!
    Now, what else doez anyone expect under this “blessed n gusty” PMB regarding this clearly stated high level, international-connected-proven corruption dealing?? PMB will approve it n order it’s full implementation I believe..

    • YOUR FATHER THIEF

      Amaechi Looted $757M from Rivers State To Fund Buhari’s Campaign.

      The immediate past Rivers State Governor, Mr Rotimi Amaechi stole $757 million (N230Billion), reliable sources at the Government House told our reporter in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, south south Nigeria.

      Findings from our investigative reports revealed that Rotimi dug deep into Rivers State coffers and doled out a whopping $757 part of which was used to fund Buhari’s campaign and every hue and cry that has been raised so far to have Rotimi Amaechi investigated in spite of the glaring evidence against him tendered by the Rivers State Government has fallen on deaf ears. IS BUHARI FIGHTING CORRUPTION WITH THIS RUBBISH–

      • New Nigerian

        Reliable sources informed us that you looted $1billion that you gave to Dasuki, which is being investigated as I type. Just a claim. Like yours, no need for evidence like yours. Get it?

        • 9ja is finished under buhari

          Then tell us why Buhari said Abacha did not steal one dime from the Niger delta—–was it because there was no evidence–mumu-?-Besides why did Buhari refuse to appear b4 the Oputa panel–was it because there was no evidnece ALSO to show that he stole over 2.8b-‘?-The total amount so far alleged to have been stolen by dasuki is only 10b Naira–so who stole the 1.2b dollars—-where did the money came from?lie lie Apes in APC

  • gode+squire

    @tubyny:disqus

    Only a failed state like Nigeria would appoint an in-articulate and almost
    muddle-headed fellow like Mohammed Adoke as federal attorney-general,
    knowing full well that he has but just bare grasp of law and scant ability for
    self-expression in good English.

    On this OPL 245 money-transfer, Adoke could be President Jonathan’s Achilles’
    heel for assuring Jonathan and the general public that no criminal or civil effect
    or liability would follow President Jonathan’s brokerage of a private deal between
    SHELL OIL and MALABU OIL on the illegal sale of OPL 245. Mohammed Adoke
    was of course dead wrong on point of law. He said the federal government – i.e.
    President Jonathan – merely acted as ‘obligor’, to sound confident that no
    liability would ensue.

    But “Obligor – in law – does not mean an innocent bystander; but means a full
    participant as counter-party to a transaction. Last June, the United States
    Justice Department in Washington D.C said it has begun criminal investigations
    of two other counter-parties to this OPL 245 transaction. On the wording of ‘an
    obligor’, President Jonathan may as well be one of those two counter-parties
    covertly under investigation for money-laundering in America.

    • FirecloudOFGOD

      Did you forget Bayo Ojo as well? He made $10 million as well.
      Adoke is running from frying pan to Fire. He has not learnt from Ibori’s experience.
      I wonder if FORTUNATO CAN HIDE his role now!

  • 9JA IS DYING DEAD UNDER BUHARI

    Wipe Out All Niger Delta People, Like Obj Did in Odi – Col Hassan, Buhari friends and APC Chief.

    This is Col. Hassan (rtd), President Buhari’s friend and an APC chief calling for the invasion and repeat of the Odi Massacre in Ijaw communities where pipelines have been vandalized.

  • 9JA IS DYING DEAD UNDER BUHARI

    Amaechi Looted $757M from Rivers State To Fund Buhari’s Campaign.

    The immediate past Rivers State Governor, Mr Rotimi Amaechi stole $757 million (N230Billion), reliable sources at the Government House told our reporter in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, south south Nigeria.

    Findings from our investigative reports revealed that Rotimi dug deep into Rivers State coffers and doled out a whopping $757 part of which was used to fund Buhari’s campaign and every hue and cry that has been raised so far to have Rotimi Amaechi investigated in spite of the glaring evidence against him tendered by the Rivers State Government has fallen on deaf ears. IS BUHARI FIGHTING CORRUPTION WITH THIS RUBBISH–

    • kinsly

      Mumu, listen to your block head.

    • Rommel

      So who did they give this money to? did you receive any? are you aware that Attahiru Jega has gone back to lecturing? we expect Dr Jonathan to do same if indeed he was one,Barack Obama as a former law professor is also considering same when his tenure ends.

      • COL HASSAN KILL ALL iJAWS

        Ibo ati Fulani man–nee Wahala — u are here praying for Etete to be be sent to prison-or poisoned to death by Buhari-But when Buhari and Amaechi are caught stealing u rely on your rotten old regional brain to twist and turn-FACTS INTO FICTION-May be Buhari will go back to Nsukka to lecture—-your childrens with his fake school cert———-Past heads of state or presidents————-do not go back to Universities IN SAERCH OF JOBS—–They only do that for a fee–Clinton is paid over 250,000 for every lecture delivered or presented by him-at Universities-Monkey–Jega is a thief-an ordinary INEC chair—who was hired by the USA to rig the elections for Buhari–look at the way he Buhari is fumbling like a rat which has lost its way-in a refugee camp–CAUSE HE IS WITHOUT BRAIN

        • Rommel

          Buhari is a farmer and Ex soldier so he will go back to his farm just like Obasanjo did,maybe you gotta take a look at potus and how they spend their time after office,some like William Howard Taft went back to lecturing,Clinton is a lawyer and bcos of certain complaints in the US history,it was considered unethical for litigants to come face to face with Ex potus in a law court so other options were considered but Teachers among them always went back to teaching since it was a loved profession by good ones