Blame Nigeria’s Attorney General, not me, lawyer whose suit delays return of $550 million Abacha loot says

Former Head of State, Sani Abacha
Former Head of State, Sani Abacha

Godson Nnaka, the United States-based attorney involved in the controversy over the repatriation of $550 million Abacha loot, has absolved himself of responsibility in the delay of the funds being returned to Nigeria.

Mr. Nnaka was recruited in 2004 by the Nigerian government to recover funds stolen by late dictator Sani Abacha. He had instituted a case in a U.S. district court seeking 40 per cent of the recovered loot. He also asked to be made the funds’ exclusive attorney.

He was kicked out of the fund recovery case after he had spent money and time to find and recover the funds.

He also alleged that Nigeria’s Attorney General, Abubakar Malami, jilted him after he turned down his demand to part with a kickback of as much as 70 per cent of his fee in order to access documentations needed for him to act on behalf of the country.

He also threatened to sue the minister for defamation if he did not desist from making false claims about him. He had given Mr Malami 48 hours to publish an apology in PREMIUM TIMES and or be prepared to be slammed with a defamation charge.

However, a statement by Mr. Malami on Monday explained that according to the U.S. law, when stolen funds are discovered, the U.S. Department of Justice would first approach a court for the forfeiture of the funds to the U.S. government. If the court ruled in favour of the DOJ, the U.S. government, at the end of the process, would repatriate the money to the country from which the funds were stolen.

The AGF then claimed that Mr Nnaka’s suit demanding to be paid for representing Nigeria was the only thing standing in the way of the recovered loot being repatriated to the country.

Mr. Nnaka, in a statement released by his lawyer, Bennett Amadi, on Wednesday, replied that it was Mr Malami’s “corruption” and “greed” which was preventing the repatriation of the funds. He said all he was asking was to be paid for the services he rendered to Nigeria.

“Let it be noted that Nnaka is neither delaying the return of the Abacha loot to Nigeria nor attempting to extort anything from Nigeria. Rather, it is “corruption” and the selfishness and greed of Abubakar Malami that is centrally delaying the quick and safe return of the funds to Nigeria and to Nigerians. As it is commonsensical that every labourer is entitled to his wages, Nnaka is only asking to be paid for his services that he responsibly rendered and benefitted Nigeria with, and the cost and expenses incurred over several years pursuant to his agreement with the Federal Republic of Nigeria regarding the aforesaid loots.”

The statement claimed that since 2013, Mr. Nnaka had reached out to the Nigeria government on several occasions to ensure the funds are speedily returned to the country but he has repeatedly confronted a stonewall.

“However, it is the selfish, rapacity, bad faith, corruption and arrogance of the Nigerian Government officials, Abubakar Malami inclusive, that has forced Nnaka to recently approach the court in the United States to obtain justice. To be precise, when in April 2014, Nnaka and his team filed for the intervention and claim on behalf of Nigeria seeking for the prompt and safe repatriation of the loots to Nigeria to brief the then Attorney-general, Mr Adoke, and other government officials.

But for their deliberate inaction and corruption, the issue would have since been resolved. Following the election of President Muhammadu Buhari in May of 2015, Nnaka, in August of 2015 wrote to President Buhari seeking his intervention to ensure the prompt resolution of this matter. Nnaka also sought the assistance of well-placed Nigerians and even Senators to ensure the return of these Abacha loots back to Nigeria. All his efforts met brick-walls.”

The statement added that Mr. Nnaka’s representatives wrote to Mr. Malami on two occasions – November 17, 2015 and in February 2016 – asking him for an amicable settlement to his claim. He said Mr. Malami fixed a meeting with his representatives in Washington DC in April 2016, but when it became obvious that he was not going to dance to the AGF’s alleged demand for kickback, Mr. Malami cancelled the meeting and appointed a new lawyer for the case.

“Mr. Malami handed over the matter to a new lawyer who knew nothing about the case, for obvious selfish reasons. Faced with such arrogance, greed and selfishness, Nnaka perfected his appeal and petitioned the court for justice. So where in the world is Nnaka responsible for the delay in the return of the loots? Why can’t Nigerians be told the truth? What exactly does Mr Abubakar Malami intend to achieve in his present name-calling and image laundering antics? Does it bother him at all that Nigerian are wiser and more intelligent than he believes or thinks that they are?,” he asked.

“If Mr. Malami is sincere about the immediate and safe return of the present loots to Nigeria and to Nigerians, he knows exactly what to do instead of jumping from one newspaper house to another, Attorney General Malami and/or his attorneys for Nigeria are welcome to contact this office so that we may reasonably exchange ideas for the quick and immediate resolution of the issue in this matter and for quick return of these funds to Nigeria and Nigerians.

Mr. Malami and his lawyers know the telephone numbers and emails of this office. As always, our office is open to Mr. Malami and his lawyers for the sincere discussion and resolution of this matter. The present situation in Nigeria earnestly affirms that this matter should be sensibly looked into and resolved now so that these looted funds should go back to Nigeria without any further delay, and Nigeria can expand efforts to recover additional ones estimated at $20 billion in the next eighteen months.

“If the government of Nigeria fails to take advantage of this window, then Mr. Abubakar Malami should stop deceiving Nigerians with self-serving propaganda and tired image laundering antics, shut up and allow the United States Court to speak on this matter and render justice as it deems fit and proper. The matter is currently in court. Attorney General Malami should understand that civil litigation is not conducted on the pages of newspapers,” he added.

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  • Folahan

    This guy made so much noise but refused to tell us how much he is looking for and how did he spend the so called money in trying to return the funds to nigeria

    • Julius

      He did nothing !!. After all, he is a biafraudian !!. Thats how they roll !!

      • Fidel

        Nnaka most be a theif to have demanded for 40%.Even the jona Govt that agree to that contract.

        • Otile

          But at the same time your and your partner in imbecility julius believe that Abacha did nothing wrong. Awon ode.

          • Otile

            …you and you partner… I mean to say.

          • Julius

            you meant !!!

          • Otile

            Meant what? Put it in context to make some sense. E gbo?

          • Julius

            Lmaooooooo, Mr grammar. That was a correction, ya know, present tense/ past tense. Sorry, that was your online job, carry on . My bad !

          • Ade Omowest

            You are incoherent and unable to communicate your view, you are only good in abusing people that are not in support of Jonathan and his corruption record or biafraud. Go back to school Otile.

          • Otile

            Jonathan is not the president, but Buhari is. You are stock in the past. Did Buhari not swear that Abacha stole no money? Oduafraud has nothing to do with Abacha loots unless you want to continue believing what Imam Olodo told you oduafraudians that Abacha stole no money.

          • Julius

            He is the dumbest biafraudian on d planet. He sits there correcting grammar that he murdered daily in here. Just laugh him off.

        • Julius

          The judge will laugh him off in court. Watch ! Remember another Ibo lawyer in NY that tried to do the same thing ? He lost in court big time and his practice is now closed.

          • Otile

            You wish.

          • Julius

            lol@I wish. You really do no wanna know what I wish.

      • yukkmouff

        A “biafraudian” holding your god to ransom. You can moan, wail and call him all the derogatory names in the world. But, Mr. Nnaka will get his fee before the FGN receives one red cent. Maybe you jesters think the US is a lawless country like the banana republic you reside in. Pay up muthafuckers, nonsense!!!

        • Julius

          lolz, you people are so funny. Yes America is not Nigeria and thats why Im telling you that he will lose. The FGN ought to ask him for interest going by the term you use “ransom”. Im trying to find out the location of the court-room so I can go there and laugh in the biafraudian face. Show my solidarity with my country NIGERIA..Lmaooooooooooo. Remember your other brother , a biafraud lawyer in DC that tried the same shit. He even sued the FGN in NY and lost as well. lolz. You motherfuckers are a curse and a disgrace.

    • Emeka

      His commission is not based on if he spent a dollar or a million dollar to recover the loot. His payment is based on the contract as agreed and signed. Nigerian govt and a good percentage of Its citizens struggle to keep to agreements both in Nigeria and abroad. That is why a lot of western firms are in court with Nigerian govt. Nigerian govt lost millions of pounds in British courts for not adhering to contract agreements. How much did Lagos govt lose over the failed mono rail of Jagande from the Buhari lack of education and the implication of legal contract.

  • Sean

    He represented Nigeroa in loot recovery as an individual lawyer! Hahaha! Wonders shall never end, some of these Igbos will go to any length to defraud!

    • vagabonds in power

      If Nigeria can pay legal fees to lawyers in Switzerland–what stops the same Buhari government that said Abacha did not steal a dime from the people of the Niger Delta region from settling this same lawyer–?—————–Is it because he is a Nigerian and an Ibo and not white like the ones in Geneva—-who made millions out of the Abacha loots–?—This Fulani AGF Malami is the biggest rogue———-on earth-He is like Buratai the Dubai thief————He has almost made trouble with everybody that has one money or the other to collect from Buhari—and his falling government———except himself————-All the people that Buhari and the Apes in APC hired to know how much money the banks paid out to members of the PDP during the 2015 elections- are being investigated based on the percentages promised them—by this same Malami—But when it gets to the time for settlement–case will always change———Agreement is agreement—————Nonetheless –Separation is the answer not this fake dasukigate————-rubbish by the Apes in APC now stealing the Nation blind in aso rock——–Buhari should never be made to touch that money–because he said abacha did not steal from the oil revenue base of the SS——–

      • Iweka Okparaocha

        I have said this before and I am saying it again, “the Igbo’s” are the greatest people or race in Nigeria, entire universe and deserve ultimate respect. Therefore, Nigeria could not achieve, progress, grow, advance without the Igbos. Forget about the noise making of other tribes in Nigeria like the Yoruba’s and Hausa’s and Fulani’s, the Igbo’s deserve respect. Why do I continued to say this? Look at upon all Nigerian wealth stolen since after the country civil war from oil producing region of the South-South and South East by these other tribes, 3/4 of the stolen money has eventually made it back to the hands of the Igbos through hard work in trade and industry, education, technology, business and traveling, except politics. Isn’t that great as a race?. Nigeria as a whole should respect the Igbos and listen to them to have peace and tranquility or give them Biafra for what they have forth for. Being jealous of the Igbos is not helping Nigeria as a country. For the fact that this Attorney(Nnaka) is an Igbo should not give the Attorney General (Malami) the right to deny him his right of 40% Attorney fee agreed upon.

    • Udechukwu

      I have to intervene here brothers. Here in the UK, there’s what’s called ‘no win’ or ‘no pay by legal practitioners. That means: if they don’t win a case for you, you ain’t gonna pay a penny. It also implies that before they take up your case, they are sure of winning the case. In most cases, they are talking of a minimum of 20% to maximum of 50% of the money involve. So it doesn’t matter to them nor to you how huge the money is. All they know is nothing but the %involve. That’s how they make their money. That’s how legal practitioners do their stuff. Is big time money, that’s what they are after. Looking for these looted funds is not an easy task. This guy has other lawyers, financial institutions, government agents and individuals whose livelihoods depend on this money. So Nigerian government would definitely lose this case big time. United States judges are versatile in cases like this. Guys, life is all about interest. Give credit to this guy for recovering of looted funds. Again, you can’t transfer a case a licensed legal practitioner is handling without his or her approval. If the AGF doesn’t know that, then he doesn’t know anything period. Guys leave ethnicism and patriotism aside. The guy knew from onset the amount of cash involved, that’s why he went for it. A labourer deserves his or her wages. Again, you can’t reap where you never sown. The Nigerian government should not be greedy and she has to play ball if she needs this money.

      • Mr.SCOTT

        But a good Government in his official position will never agree to such % in agreement, it could be some fraudulent officials who did negotiations on behalf of government. It could surprisingly not been made in official government gazette, could be made at the backdoor using forged documents. Though could have original that may not be up to that 40% agreement in the gazette. You know how corrupt most political office holders and civil servants are.

  • Ade Omowest

    It is alleged that you (Godson Nnaka) had instituted a case in a U.S. district court seeking 40 per cent of the recovered loot, you were also accused of asking to be made the funds’ exclusive attorney. 40% of $550 million Abacha loot is $220 million. Is this fees justified? From this your long story you refrained to mention the amount you actually want. Do not cover your greediness by accusing people of demanding bribe without evidence.

    • Julius

      Lmaoooooooooooo, He actually thinks that a court in the U S will approve such a payment to him. Man, these folks are dumb.

      • Otile

        Why can’t you believe that Abacha looted the money in question? Are you so daft as to believe Buhari when he said that Buhari stole no money?

    • Truth Justice Equity

      Do you think that Mr nnaka is just an impostor in this matter, time shall tell .

      • Ade Omowest

        He is not an impostor but a greedy lawyer that wants 40% of the money. He is Onyeori, Ole. Barawo and thief.all together.

  • Kamalu

    Pardon me if I call Mr. Nnaka an idi*t. How on earth will he expect to be paid 40% of US $550m more so from a country he claims citizenship, even for the asking? With whom did he negotiate such a humongous deal with? Enough of his blackmail and for all I care he can go to blazes!

    • Truth Justice Equity

      A workman is worthy of his wages so says the book of life

    • isioku

      If they they agreed 40% as his fees, there is nothing to be done about that now. Unless he waives it or Govt. renegotiates with him, that agreement must be respected. Most international law firms collect between 30-40% on recovery.

      • Julius

        Not true, most International firm collect 15-20% . It depends.

      • Mr.SCOTT

        I sense that if 40% was negotiated and agreed upon, it means the negotiations was fraudulently made by someone in government and not an official government’s stance

  • vagabonds in power

    If Nigeria can pay legal fees to lawyers in Switzerland–what stops the same Buhari government that said Abacha did not steal a dime from the people of the Niger Delta region from settling this same lawyer–?—————–Is it because he is a Nigerian and an Ibo and not white like the ones in Geneva—-who made millions out of the Abacha loots–?—This Fulani AGF Malami is the biggest rogue———-on earth-He is like Buratai the Dubai thief————He has almost made trouble with everybody that has one money or the other to collect from Buhari—and his falling government———except himself————-All the people that Buhari and the Apes in APC hired to know how much money the banks paid out to members of the PDP during the 2015 elections- are being investigated based on the percentages promised them—by this same Malami—But when it gets to the time for settlement–case will always change———Agreement is agreement—————Nonetheless –Separation is the answer not this fake dasukigate————-rubbish by the Apes in APC now stealing the Nation blind in aso rock——–Buhari should never be made to touch that money–because he said abacha did not steal from the oil revenue base of the SS————————

    • Rommel

      President Buhari spoke comparatively with the kind of stealing that was being reported then,after all in an interview published in December 2014 edition of Zero Tolerance Magazine, a publication of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), IBB declared himself a saint, his reason were as he put it, looking at what one was hearing those days about stealing of government funds.

      • onyema22ohaka

        Just as your demented daura dullard, Buhari declared that Abacha didn’t steal a dime in the face of billions being recovered from him up till today.
        That shows how fantastically deluded both you and him are in the usual conspiracy theories you spew.

  • Julius

    I hope the FGN does not give in to this fraud. Let the court in the U S handle the case which Im sure the government is gonna win and demand the legal fees from this Ibo fraud . This is nothing new, one of them did this before and he lost big time in court. No be Naija court we dey o. Nonsense !

    • Truth Justice Equity

      A labourer is worthy of his wages ,so says the holy book.

      • Julius

        The holy book also says an “honest” work. !

        • yukkmouff

          Fraud or not, the FGN must settle issues with the lawyer or your government isn’t getting a dime of the much needed cash.

        • Truth Justice Equity

          Honesty entails that when you engage a labourer at an agreed fee,when he/she fulfilled his own side of the bargain, you also fulfill yours without seeking ways to shortchange him/her.this had been the bane of Nigerian leaders ,they never honour contractual terms agreed and signed by them.that’s why doing job for Nigerian government always attracts the highest cost compared to any other part of the world because our leaders will always break and default when it is their turn to fulfill contractual obligations so the contractors always double cost their jobs to be on a safer side.
          Some of you wanting to commit suicide because you saw the spellings of Nnaka and it is not Yoruba and Hausa name never bothered to ask how easy it is to track and recover looted funds hidden in foreign banks and what it involved to confiscate same and repatriate to Nigeria. When you hear returned abacha loot,your free educated minds tells you that the funds were just fallen down from awolowos legs.

          • Julius

            Yo, jack-ass, no Yoruba will be trying to do what he is trying to do. If you have an example, please, let me hear it. I do have an example of another Ibo fraudulent lawyer that tried to do the same thing…right here in the USA.Lolz. Chei, Ibo mannnnnnn !!!

          • Truth Justice Equity

            By their make up and their type of education, no Yoruba has any capacity for such a kind of rigorous, painstaking ,laborious and intellectual challenging job,yorubas by their judas iscariot and cretans nature are too lazy,cunning crafty,dirty chameleonic and parasitic. That’s why majority of yorubas engage in rent seeking business, commission agency,fraud,10% seekers,land grabbing and scams.oluwole and ijebu are landmarks and trademark Yoruba fraudulent forgery locations.
            Ibos believed in working hard with their own hands to make a living, they don’t dabble into other peoples affairs that doesn’t concern them.That’s why it is almost very impossible for IBO to allow you to cheat on them or defraud them after labouring so much in the areas of their business. That’s exactly the case in this matter.Ibos don’t depend nor believe nor seek a living from government patronages, but on the contrary, that’s yorubas way of living. The difference is very clearer.

          • Julius

            hahahaha, hard work my ass. Is fraud included in that hard work that y’all are known for ? The Ibos on death row in Asia for drug were also doing hard work..abi. Get lost.

          • Truth Justice Equity

            They are truly on a death row for doing drug ,but the last time I checked,they are not alone on the drug journey. For examples, the most celebrated Yoruba jagabandit is a landmark drug convict,a Yoruba senator is on the extradition row for hard drug,the most celebrated Yoruba music legend is a drug addict,the worst being the fact that the Yoruba god awotreacherous committed suicide owing to hard drug overdose.So if ibos are doing drug, yorubats are the first in that business of hard drug after all the late ogedemgbe is not IBO.

          • Julius

            That convict story is a life-line for the Ibos. Keep being delusional. Deal with your issues , stop pretending abd blaming others. To the best of my knowledge the 8 that are a death row are all Ibos..Facts do matter. That Drug mule called Kasumu should have been sent back to the U S and believe me, no Yoruba is defending him. Big difference from you Ibos.

    • Otile

      You are a very fraudulent man. See how you exonerated Abacha who stole Nigeria silly but blame the man who is doing his best to recover the loots for the country. It will not be well with you and your ilks who believe that Abacha did nothing wrong or stole no money. It is real corruption to leave Abacha aside and assail the man who is trying to recover his loots for Nigeria. Ujong no fi, ndisme.

      • Julius

        Abacha is a none issue with the money that had already being determined as a proceed of looting. The issue is the fraudulent so called lawyer who is disbanded in at least 2 states in the U S trying to claim $200 million for something he didnt do. Keep following the case, he will lose . Wanna bet ?. F abacha

        • Augustine Ojemeke

          Are you on the sides of Malami?Or money recovery? The US lawyer kick start the repatriation so pay him.

          • Julius

            Im not on the side of Malami. Im on the side of the country that an Ibo fraudulent lawyer is trying to dupe, rip=off for $200 millions. Not gonna happen. Let him produce his assignment/agreement letter in court. That will be a contract he signed with the FGN..I bet you, there is no such a thing and if there is, it was voided by the new administration because Jonathan and his looting gangs just didnt care.

          • Augustine Ojemeke

            Please if this man did something then it is common sense that he be paid. The Jonathan you are bringing in now has done nothing wrong. Why not ask for the Okigbo report on the Gulf war oil windfall before persecuting brother Jonathan.

          • Julius

            Lets say he did something, he should be paid $200 million out of the $500 million recovered ? You finish laughing yet ? By the way, why dont we also ask Gowon how he spent the oil money after the civil war ? Be serious !

      • Augustine Ojemeke

        That is how they frustrate good intention.

        • Julius

          Fraud is not a good intention ..I know its hard for an Ibo man to understand that.

    • NinjaK

      How daft can you be?
      So the money just popped up into the US Court custody on its own?
      If Nigeria knew it could trace the Abacha monies then why issue any hiring letter in the first place?
      Utter Crap!

      • Julius

        Moron, did you read the 1st series of the story at all ? If you did, you would know how the money was traced, it did not just popped up anywhere. It was there all along. You must be am Ibo man. Chei, fraud should be y’all middle names.

        • NinjaK

          Ope!

          • Julius

            Get lost !!

          • NinjaK

            A big shame that all of your THREE responses have neither contained any FACTs or SUPERIOR ARGUMENTs but expletives. Very unfortunate that these sort of platforms allow people such as you to have access. We need to make this platform area a “NO DUMBO ZONE”!!!
            wasted enuff time on you already – bye!

          • Julius

            Thank God the site is not owned by your ilks !!. Now, again, get lost !!

          • NinjaK

            lol……getting lost…..
            bye bye Retard!

    • Augustine Ojemeke

      For calling this man an Ibo fraud means you are JJC n the facts of the matter for ground.

      • Julius

        You are right. Him be Yoruba man as a matter of fact, him be Tinubu abi. Oh wait, him be Fulani man, President Buhari brother. Smdh !!

  • Truth Justice Equity

    Looking at the facts of this matter as presented by PT,it is very factual to state here that indeed there was an assignment given to Mr Nnaka by the government of Nigeria to go after abachas looted funds ,meticulously pinpoint where it was domiciled and help to recover the funds. is a fact that if such an assignment is given to an agent or lawyer, it will never be for free, it is factual also that this /$500m was not just a product of happenstance that just came up shouting to be noticed ,but a product of Mr nnakas meticulous efforts. It is also factual that foreign jurisdictions like the USA courts does not function like our own here where judges could give rulings at random based on what the judge sees as the body language of the government or her officials, I am aware that particularly all abacha loots and much more other looted funds from other Nigerian leaders are not yet fully recovered into Nigerian coffers so Nigeria must give kudos to Mr nnaka for his patrotic diligent efforts, as for malami ,the change he and buhari is talking about must begin with him ,though buhari never believed in abacha loot Ab initio and may not even be positively inclined to its repatriation.
    Surely citizen nnaka going by his names can’t get justice on the pages of Nigeria newspapers where those who love to hate him for his tribe and his geopolitical zone, are in the majority, but American courts where the matter is domiciled doesn’t want to know his tribe,religion or state of origin in Nigeria, they shall dispense justice according to the laws .so let’s wait and see how malami will intimidate USA courts to follow their body odour ( language) in this matter.meanwhile in all these malicious almajiri somersaults,Nigeria is at a loss for allowing hollow minded almajiri imbeciles to bear rules in Nigeria where there are very many intelligent people with capacities to offer extraordinary leadership.

    • Concern

      There must be a contractual agreement between Mr Nnaka and FGN please let him publish this contract agreement and as a lawyer in the USA justify how he was able to negotiate 40% of the money recovered. This does not smell good let us give those involved a decent chance rather than calling them names.

      • Emeka

        That will form part of his presentation in the court in US. His not conducting the trial on the pages of newspapers as your govt does in Nigeria.

      • Truth Justice Equity

        Mr Nnaka is not a dummy, his rebuttal of malamis campaign of calumny against him on the pages of Nigerian media is probably to set the record straight to preempt malami from assassinating his character on the pages of biased Nigerian media. Nnaka does not owe you and your bankrupt hate overcharged bigots any duty as to start publishing his private documents on air for you to be satisfied. At the appropriate time, he is bound to present his facts to the us courts that have jurisdiction .u can wait till that time or better still tell malami to use Efcc and yoruba news media to forcefully repatriate the $550 m to your account or you keep your peace and await the ruling of the courts on that matter.

    • GusO

      Mr. Nnaka is a crook, a scam artist wanting to reap a harvest where he did not sow any seeds. He claims to have been working on this for 12 years and could not achieve anything. As soon as the US government responded to Buhari’s prestige as incorruptible and wanted to turn the money over to Nigeria, this unpatriotic parasite shows up and engages in abusing the court system to advance his frivolous law suit. Malami should stay the course and not give a kobo to Mr. Nnaka to discourage other crooks from copying him in the future. Nigeria will ultimately triumph over him and he will run broke — a fitting end to his scammer carrier.

      • Truth Justice Equity

        Its a pity looking at your reasoning capacities, you have expressed your own understanding of the matter and your opinion. It is no crime that you do ,but those who bankrupted your reasoning capacities with free education are under a curse. Let’s leave it at that and watch the proceedings at the US courts ,at the end justice shall be meted out to the parties involved. But be rest assured that US courts are not Nigerian courts where Mr justice minister will manipulate judges .

        • GusO

          It is uncivilised to haul curses and insults on people whose opinion you disagree with. If you have a point to make, expatiate your reasoning eloquently and leave it to the audience to decide who they should believe or agree with. Our country is better served by citizens who make constructive suggestions than those who hurl insults or those who having no points to make at all call everyone “clueless” including their their elected leaders. May God bless you!

          • Truth Justice Equity

            Hypocrisy is certainly the challenge many Nigerians are contending with in their lives,they measure with unequal scales,they approved of the same thing they condemn when the focal points changes.guy buy consistency and sell it not,hate hypocrisy and buy it not,remove tribalism from your life and be an apostle of truth,justice and equity ,then God will marvelously bless you.cheers

          • …who in the world gives 40% out of recovered debt?…if the lawyer was a Yoruba man these IPOBFRAUDS would have asked the same question…but all their logic is connected to whether u are NDIGBO or not right from the day they carried out the first coup and turned Nigeria into what it is today…

        • …usual IPOB moon story…

  • Rommel

    If there was an agreement with this individual,let them honor it

    • Julius

      I bet you there is no such agreement. He probably bribed somebody to give him a letter, as they usually do. Let him produce that agreement in court.

  • God help us

    Mr Malami is well known with such character. Mr Nnaka just be careful with this man

  • NinjaK

    I saw this exact character trait in Malami with the NCC/MTN fine saga. Malami obviously went behind to negotiate a reduction of the huge fine with MTN (obviously for a commission), and then went to convince Buhari (who of course never knows anything going in governance) to reduce the MTN fine, without any inputs from the NCC (that originated the fine in the first instance as Regulator for the Sector) or the Supervising Minister of Comms.
    Crooked Arrangee Man!

  • Augustine Ojemeke

    Mr Nnaka, be wise. Collect all your entitlements, dont allow them to rubbish you with roforofo shit.

  • Ken

    You can imagine if the chief law officer of the Buhari clueless govt is this corrupt then what corruption fight is the government talking about? Even the stealing records of Amaechi and Fashola are well known. Like Senator Waku said Buhari should stop deceiving himself that he is fighting corruption; he is just shouting it.

    • …all your fiction just because of tribalism…not so?..

  • Damilola

    No vex mr. Nnaka. In Buhari’s Nigeria we prosecute on newspapers and do rehearsals in court.