EFCC detains ex-Chief of Air Staff, Adesola Amosu, over N29billion arms deal

Adesola Amosu

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested and detained the immediate past Chief of Air Force, Adesola Amosu.

Mr. Amosu, an air vice marshal, who was retired last year, alongside other military chiefs, is allegedly being detained over allegation of corruption in arms procurement during his tenure.

An official of the EFCC confirmed the development to PREMIUM TIMES Thursday.

The official said Mr. Amosu was arrested on Wednesday.

President Muhammadu Buhari had recently directed the EFCC to investigate the former air chief and other serving and retired military officers over alleged misconduct established against them.

Among those to be investigated include the embattled former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, former Chief of Defence Staff, Marshal Alex Badeh and another former Chief of Air Staff, Mohammed Umar.

Mr. Dasuki is currently facing charges over alleged $2.1 billion arms procurement deal.

A panel investigating arms procurement during the Goodluck Jonathan administration had submitted an interim report to Mr. Buhari alleging that equipment procurement in the air force during Mr. Amosu’s reign was characterised by fraud.

“The procurement processes were arbitrarily carried out and generally characterized by irregularities and fraud,” the panel said. “In many cases, the procured items failed to meet the purposes they were procured for, especially the counter insurgency efforts in the North East.”

In details made public by presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, on January 15, the panel said, “A major procurement activity undertaken by ONSA for NAF was that concerning the contracts awarded to Societe D’ Equipment Internationaux (SEI) Nig Ltd.

“Between January 2014 and February 2015, NAF awarded 10 contracts totalling Nine Hundred and Thirty Million, Five Hundred Thousand, Six Hundred and Ninety US Dollars ($930,500,690.00) to SEI Nig Ltd.

“Letters of award and End User Certificates for all the contracts issued by NAF and ONSA respectively did not reflect the contract sums. Rather, these were only found in the vendor’s invoices, all dated 19 March 2015.

Additionally, some of the award letters contained misleading delivery dates suggesting fraudulent intent in the award process. The observed discrepancies are in clear contravention of extant procurement regulations.

“The SEI contracts included procurement of two used Mi-24V Helicopters instead of the recommended Mi-35M series at the cost of One Hundred and Thirty Six Million, Nine Hundred and Forty Four Thousand US Dollars ($136,944,000.00).

“However, it was confirmed that the helicopters were excessively priced and not operationally air worthy at the time of delivery. A brand new unit of such helicopters goes for about Thirty Million US Dollars ($30m).

Furthermore, the helicopters were delivered without rotor blades and upgrade accessories.

“Additionally, the helicopters were undergoing upgrade while being deployed for operation in the North East without proper documentation. It was further established that as at date, only one of the helicopters is in service while the other crashed and claimed the lives of two NAF personnel.

“The Committee established that ONSA also funded the procurement of 4 used Alpha-Jets for the NAF at the cost of Seven Million, One Hundred and Eighty Thousand US Dollars ($7,180,000.00). However, it was confirmed that only 2 of the Alpha-Jet aircraft were ferried to Nigeria after cannibalization of engines from NAF fleet.

“This is contrary to the written assertion of the former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal AN Amosu to the former NSA that all the 4 procured Alpha-Jets aircraft were delivered to the NAF.

“The non-militarisation of the Alpha-Jets made them unsuitable for deployment to the North East and they are currently deployed only for training at NAF Kainji.

“Furthermore, the procurement of the Alpha-Jets was contrary to the recommendation of the assessment team. The Committee found that the conduct of Air Marshal Amosu was deliberately misleading and unpatriotic.

“The contract for the procurement of 36D6 Low Level Air Defence Radar for the NAF was awarded to GAT Techno Dynamics Ltd in April 2014 at the cost of Thirty Three Million US Dollars ($33m) and was funded by ONSA.

“The Committee established that the radars were excessively priced as a complete set of such radars (comprising 6 radars including the Control Centre) goes for Six Million US Dollars ($6m) averagely. The Committee observed that the radars were delivered without the vital component of Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) that distinguishes between own and adversary aircraft, which has significantly degraded the operational capabilities of the NAF in the North East.

“It was further observed that the sum of Three Million, Three Hundred Thousand US Dollars ($3.3m) was fraudulently included in the contract agreement as VAT and With Holding Tax and subsequently paid into the bank accounts of Spacewebs Interservices Ltd and Delfina Oil and Gas Ltd.

“The Committee further established that Two Million US Dollars ($2m) from the proceeds was transferred to Mono Marine Corporation Nig Ltd, which is jointly owned by principal characters in this deal. The Committee opined that the infractions of extant regulations by these companies were clearly intended to defraud.

“It was established that between September 2009 and May 2015, the NAF expended about Fifteen Billion Naira (N15bn) on the maintenance of its Alpha-Jets, C-130H aircraft and Mi-24V/35P helicopters. Out of this amount, Four Billion, Four Hundred and Two Million, Six Hundred and Eighty Seven Thousand, Five Hundred and Sixty Nine Naira, Forty One Kobo (N4,402,687,569.41) was paid out for contracts not executed.

“It was also observed that in carrying out these maintenance activities, contracts worth over Two Billion, Five Hundred Million Naira (N2.5bn) were awarded to Syrius Technologies, a Ukrainian company that was not registered in Nigeria. Regrettably, in spite of these expenditures, the status of NAF fleet remained operationally appalling as only 3 Alpha-Jets, 2 C-130H and one each of Mi-24V and Mi-35P were serviceable as at 28 May 15.

“In October 2013, NAF awarded contracts to DICON for the supply of weapons and ammunition at the cost of Five Hundred and Ninety Nine Million, One Hundred and Eighteen Thousand Naira (N599,118,000.00). However, only 2 of the 7 items contracted were delivered to NAF while the outstanding 5 items remained undelivered despite repeated requests to DICON.

“The Committee also found that the delivered ammunition were about 40 years old, thereby casting doubts on their shelf life. The failure of DICON to fully execute the contract and the delivery of aged ammunition diminished the capacity of the NAF in North East operation.

“The Committe uncovered insider dealings by military officers in procurement activities undertaken by ONSA and the NAF. The officers were found to have misused or abused their offices for personal gains by influencing award of contracts to private companies in which they have substantial interests.

“For instance, an officer serving in the ONSA used his office to secure 2 contracts for his company, Geonel Integrated Services Ltd, for the protection of 20 Dams and Presidential Air Fleet security at the cost of Six Billion, Two Hundred and Fifty Million Naira (N6,250,000,000.00) and Five Million US Dollars ($5m) respectively.

“Furthermore, some NAF officers used their companies to collect VAT and With Holding Tax that were never remitted to FIRS while another officer was found to have cross transferred about Five Hundred Million Naira (N500m) between a NAF company, Aeronautical Engineering and Technical Services Limited, SkyExperts Nig Ltd and Huzee Nig Ltd, companies in which he had personal interests.

“It would be recalled that in its First Interim Report, the Committee on Audit of Defence Equipment established that the sum of Six Hundred and Forty Three Billion Naira (N643bn) and Two Billion, One Hundred Million US Dollars ($2.1bn) interventions were received for defence procurements by DHQ and the Services between 2007 and 2015.

“In continuation of its assignment, the Committee has so far established that the nation spent about Twenty Nine Billion Naira (N29bn) and Two Billion US Dollars ($2bn) on NAF procurement activities alone.”


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  • Peter_Edo

    Sai Buhari!


      “My post-presidential focus is advancing democracy and good governance in Africa. If we do not spend billions to educate Africa’s youths today, we will spend it fighting insecurity tomorrow

  • Duru

    Anybody that looks at the mouth of this AMOSU in the photo above should know he has a case to answer.

    Is a soldier’s mouth supposed to be like this, and fat like bread – somebody that is supposed to be fighting?

    • FreeNigeria

      Until this November, I haven’t seen Nigerian military engage in Physical exercise in years. I was so proud of them in November doing the needful.

    • Shugaba Nkasa

      He is an officer (not a soldier).

  • Bidemi Lukman

    If those two officer that died in the epileptic helicopter thay bought had refused to fly it, they would have been held for mutiny

    • Shugaba Nkasa

      Not mutiny!
      Maybe insubordination, Failure to execute a direct order, desertion or cowardice!

  • FreeNigeria

    The mighty and those regarded above the law are falling. I hope the small small girls dem chop our money with go come bail them.

    • tundemash

      And yet some mor0ns are still looking for the CHANGE !

  • Gugurus Ekpa

    The extent of the looting is just mind numbing. So, what time did these men have to do any real work other than planning and strategizing over how they would loot the nation’s treasury?

    • hummm

      They didnt do any work in the first place.

    • Kitunde

      Real work? Are you kidding? They wake up, think about the next scam, get to their offices, strategize about the next looting plans at night when they are drinking and canoodling with girls younger than their daughters, it is how to feed fat on the land. They do this with a veneer of strict, professional family men! Rogues!

  • Morakinyo Arigbede

    In details made public by presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, on
    January 15, the panel said, “A major procurement activity undertaken by
    ONSA for NAF was that concerning the contracts awarded to Societe D’
    Equipment Internationaux (SEI) Nig Ltd.

    “Between January 2014 and February 2015, NAF awarded 10 contracts
    totalling Nine Hundred and Thirty Million, Five Hundred Thousand, Six
    Hundred and Ninety US Dollars ($930,500,690.00) to SEI Nig Ltd.

    “Letters of award and End User Certificates for all the contracts
    issued by NAF and ONSA respectively did not reflect the contract sums.
    Rather, these were only found in the vendor’s invoices, all dated 19
    March 2015.
    All the invoices were dated 19 March 2015. For God’s sake what do these people want to do with all the money they are stealing. These men are in their Fifties and Sixties.

    • Ajayi Ifayemi

      Yorubas call it Ojukokoro (covetousness), Okanjuwa (greed), ainitelorun (insatiability) and for all intents and purposes all these characteristics will lead to stealing.

      • Onike24

        As expressive as my language is, there are no words for this type of ole! Haba, this one is more than aintelorun.

        • Burbank

          There is none in all of human and non-human languages.

        • Ajayi Ifayemi

          It is not the act itself i am describing. The question was what leads to this king of stealing. So o an just describing what leads people to steal in this way, especially people that are otherwise ok.

    • Ajantala

      I am numbed. These people just don’t love this country. How could anyone do this. The govt must confiscate all their properties and give them long sentences or even killed. This is more than a coup.

  • WTH

    I like to see all these looters in handcuff as they go to court just likr Metuh. That visual alone will kill them. AWON OLORIBURUKU

    • Burbank

      Leg-iron, pillory blocks and dunce caps.

  • OneManShow


    • Nnamdi

      God will punish your entire family for supporting crime and corruption in Nigeria.

      • Reason-ability

        The man is barely literate.

      • Burbank

        God already did when He allowed him to be born into his family!

    • Burbank

      “Buhari is a major setback for Nigeria”

      He is..he is a major setback for corruption to rule Nigeria again.

  • kammykazee

    Just hang the motherfucker after retrieving the ‘retrievables’ from this God forsaken ex officer and his cohorts, imagine the magnitude of evil perpetrated under his watch alone, this people are heartless. May God punish anyone who accuses this government of human rights violation in defence of these official criminals.

  • Truthometer

    Do we still have punishment by firing squad in our law books?

    • Wale

      Not too sure, but, we have hang till last breath (hanging).

    • Burbank

      We should have the Chinese “Lingchi” -“Death By A Thousand Cuts” for corruption.

  • Paul Young

    This Buhari self! He keeps arresting only PDP members…said the enemies of Nigeria

    • bjay

      You really young looking at your comment show that no clue to what is happening, if hold pdp that rule for good sixteen years responsible who do want. It’s a pity our GEJ is very weak otherwise all this stealing shouldn’t have happened.

      • drdenx

        Read his comment again, he is just being sarcastic

    • Burbank

      And a Biafran muslim too.

  • Angry Niaja

    I weep when I read these mind boggling sums that was stolen. This is only one arm of the service, the multiply this by the other services, this leaves one with the rot and decay of the last administration. The sad thing is that some imbeciles will come online and claim that it’s a “witch hunt” How sad


    “My post-presidential focus is advancing democracy and good governance in Africa. If we do not spend billions to educate Africa’s youths today, we will spend it fighting insecurity tomorrow

    • FreeNigeria

      how much of that billions did GEJ spend to educate the creek parasites so they won’t be pipeline vandals?

    • Burbank

      And $2.1bn stolen by Dasuki, Metuh, Dokpesi, Obaigbena and Amosu


    This EFCC trial via media Houses is becoming too scary for comfort for the Apes in APC. If u are through with your investigations then charge him to court –Instead of detaining him like a rat———–The detention of suspect must always be done through court orders—And not at the discretion of Buhari and the mumu in charge of EFCC today—————For he should remember nothing on earth last forver- For now all we know is that Buhari is not fighting corruption but a personal battle with Jonathan—If he had not met weapons on ground it qwould have been a different thing all together- Saddly Buhari is yet to gun one single bottle of gun powerder since he was imposed on Nigerians by the American CIA.

    • FreeNigeria

      They are worse than RATS and deserved whatever treatment they get, and more

    • Burbank

      “since he was imposed on Nigerians by the American CIA.”
      I though Buhari was a North Korean spy paid by Tompolo!


    It serves the Yoruba thieves–in APC well————————General Kuti is in Jial now this thief—is heading for the gulag of Buhari again–

    • tundemash

      Keep crying until you see Dumbo in handcuffs. Mr. Ethnic bigot, no yoruba stole on my behalf so Amosu should face the music squarely !!!

    • Ajantala

      I am glad the “Yoruba thieves” are going to pay a BIG price for this treason against innocent lives. Nothing short of this is expected from Buhari and the EFCC. What a great relieve. Sai Buhari.

    • Burbank

      Yorubas celebrated when Yorubas thieves, in PDP, APC or any party or non-party, are arrested, prosecuted, jailed, hanged, shot etc.
      Yorubas will not lift a finger when evil Yorubas are punished and will never called it “witch-hunting” but justice served and Yorubas don’t expect presidential pardons for Yoruba criminals.

  • tundemash

    And yet the wailing wailers claim they haven’t seen the CHANGE.
    Sai Buhari !

    • OneManShow

      The so called change is nothing but a descend into the Hobsian state of nature


      By detaining him … you deny him the right to have access to all that he needs to prepare for his defense.

      The animal Buhari must be kicked out for violating the constitutional rights of Nigerians and for violating the rule of law.

      Buhari is a major setback for Nigeria …. a monumental embarrassment …. he is moving Nigeria backwards into the Hobsian state of nature.

      • Shugaba Nkasa


      • tundemash

        Mor0n, where were you when armed robbers were detained ?
        So those who looted your future should be allowed to roam about and loot the future of your children too? Your future generation will surely curse your memory.

        • Onike24

          Please don’t waste time replying these idiots, you will never get that minute back.

        • OneManShow

          Have the man been found guilty … have you heard his own side of the matter?

          When Buhari stole $2.8Billion from NNPC … how was he treated?

          • tundemash

            He’s not been found guilty so why are you crying ? Is it only those who have been found guilty that are detained ? Was Lawrence Anini found guilty before he was detained ? Was Charles Taylor found guilty before he was detained? Is Laurent Gbagbo not in detention now? has been been found guilty ? Mor0n, Buhari stole money and yet in 16yrs of PDp ruining your destiny, theyforgot to try Buhari.
            Stop displaying amazing stup1dity online.

          • OneManShow

            Names you mentioned and the issues related to them have no bearing on the matter reported above.

            Get a brain!

          • Burbank

            “Mor0n, Buhari stole money and yet in 16yrs of PDP ruining your destiny, they forgot to try Buhari”

            Get a brain, Mor0n.

          • Burbank

            Good retort

          • Burbank

            And 16 years PDP did nothing to prosecute Buhari?

      • trutometer

        Change that pic, replace it with Dr Dumbo.

        • Burbank

          Replace it with his own miserable pic.

      • Burbank

        Simple answer – Guantanamo.

        • Dan Arewa

          He was at the beer parlor. That was his home. How do you expect him to comprehend something as simple as this?

      • otitokoro

        You meant Hobbesian.


      Is this change–? are u in your right senses————————This is just a smoke screen period-It is pure–Madness—–

      • tundemash

        Mor0n, can Dumbo Jo look in the face of a General when he was President talkless of a EFCC arresting a rogue general ?
        CHANGI !!!!!!!

        • Burbank

          Dumbo cant even look in the face of Shepopotamus!

        • Dan Arewa

          I think a person who is in permanent state of drunkenness cannot do that.

      • Burbank

        You prefer Air Vice Marshall Adesola Amosu to repair and buy the spare parts for the aircraft that your family fly on?

    • Burbank

      Sai Buhari.

    • Julius

      Oh, they do. They just cant admit it.

    • David Adeniran

      My brother this is not the kind of change they were prepared for! Therefore the will continue to live in denial.

  • filipiandre



    • Netanyahu

      So you do not blame your brother entrusted with public funds but converted to personal use rather you want to start blaming the person who provided for the task? What a shamelessly demented lot you all are.

  • Ebubedike

    Bokohari, the spiritual head and godfather of Boko Haram, is out for the heads of those that played a role if dealing his beloved terrorist group a deadly blow. After all, according to Bokohari, a “fight against Boko Haram is a fight against the North.”

    • Reason-ability

      Be very careful, because God is not fooled and whatsoever a man soeth, that he shall reap. You are sowing lies and destruction. Be careful indeed.

    • Burbank

      “Boko Haram is our siblings.”
      Jonathan Aug 2, 2012.

      • Dan Arewa

        “Boko Haram is our siblings” should be more of Hippo’s comment. They are one and same anyways.

  • TrueFairGame

    I believe only strong, determined mind can open this CAN OF WORMS. It appears that this administration is not afraid of anything. If Nigerians failed to support the present war against, i dont know when another chance will come their way to cleanse the system. No wonder Nigeria was stagnant for almost its entire history

  • Wale

    If all these allegations are found to be true; I think he should die by hanging from an helicopter.
    Like the “helicopter scene from scarface”. google it and see how its done.

    • OneManShow

      When Buhari stole $2.8Billion from NNPC … how was he treated?

      • hadewaleola

        What a bold face lie, e-rat errand boy doing the dirty job of your masters. We ain’t buying any of your attempt at fighting back on this WAR ON CORRUPTION.

      • Burbank

        Another baseless hearsay.
        Not even Jonathan as president prosecuted that case!

      • Julius

        You think when you keep repeating nonsense, it will eventually become true ? Thats how a retarded mind works. Keep on keeping on !

    • OneManShow

      I guess you are Muslim … hanging from helicopter is not new … go ask ISIS GRAND PATRON – BUHARI

      For Muslims human beings are lower than animals especially women … so they hang a human being from helicopter …. that is why their prophet can also have sex freely with a six year old baby.

      • Wale

        Just like your dead warlord, who had been sticking his deformed fingers in six year old baby girl toto. Bianca.

        • Burbank

          FFK screwed her first, before he abandoned her to Ojukwu

          • Julius

            lolz. Dpnt start another war ooo. ! Lmaoooooooo. Come to think f it FFK said recently that he is an Ibo man.lolz

          • Burbank

            Gbam bro.

          • Julius

            lolz. You are funny bro.

        • ilesanmi

          Wale! Wale!! die, die o

          • Wale

            I go die ooooooo

      • Burbank

        And FFK f*ck Bianca Ojukwu

    • John West

      will you kill somebody the law has not convicted, and besides we don’t have death penalty for that even if he will be later found guilty. kill kill all the time don’t pay

  • PolyGon2013

    He should be charged with murder.

    • Burbank

      Treasonable genocide

  • Burbank

    Air vice marshal Adesola Amosu allowed our soldiers to die fighting Boko Haram while he and Dasuki enjoyed billions of dollars stolen from the very soldiers that they are supposed to defend.

    Death is too lenient for these evil babarians.

    • Julius

      He should be executed at the bar beach !. Televise it so all can see it. Make an example out of this goat. He makes me sick.

      • Burbank

        And I will play AC-DC “Highway To Hell” on the PA system

        • Julius

          lol@play AC-DC. Highway to Hell !. I like that. fit the occasion !

  • U. K. Charles

    This is incredulous!! So this was how these politicians and military raped this country bare!!! This is indeed a shocking revelation!!

  • Ike Masha

    It would not be out of place to say that Mr Adesol Amosu was the Boko Haram agent at the Head of the Nigeria Air Force

  • Lanre

    I am very happy to see this. The first IG of police to be tried and jailed for fraud – Tafa Balogun – Yoruba. The first Chief of Air Staff to be held for fraud and corruption – Amosu – Yoruba. We Yorubas are definitely making progress in Nigeria.

  • MushinSpeaks

    These guys bought refurbished aircraft and led many young soldiers to their early grave. They must account for the loot.

  • Dan Arewa

    Dumbo at that time was in permanent state of drunkenness and just.. .. … as clueless as dumb-ass can be. If not because of that how can such things happen? Money meant to procure arms to fight Boko Haram shared among the military and devilish politicians while innocent civilians were being slaughtered day-by-day. We will never forgive you and GOD will also never forgive you. You dine on the blood of innocent people and you called yourselves leaders. Typically EVIL.

  • TrueFairGame

    If this insanity happens in China, the ‘new human right advocates’ that emerged in Nigeria will know that Nigeria has tried as a state to tolerate this heartless looters. I do not think this level of corruption exists elsewhere in the world, there some areas that states dont joke with but our looting knows no bound. Shame on us

    • Joe

      Do not blame them. They learned it from their senior officers like OBJ, IBB, Abacha, Abdulsallam. Nigeria’s no.1 enemy are the military officers. Very heartless. But we are yet to see super surprises, until the file of Ihejirika and co is opened. I think what efcc is doing was First In Last Out (FILO) kind of probe.

  • Julius

    This case should be handled by the military. No bail and no wasting time. Get all the monies back and execute him. We shouldnt waste a kobo on this man. He aint worth it .

  • David Adeniran

    Any Nigerian that supports these heartless people is completely criminally minded that is if he is not suffering from dementia. If only people know the multiplier effect of the massive embezzlement of the arms funds on both the soldiers and civilians, then they would have used their sense in knowing that this action deserves nothing but maximum condemnation from any RIGHT THINKING HUMAN BEING.

  • Olamide

    Thieve everywhere in Nigeria. Anyone that supports these hooligans should also be shown the way to prisons as well.

  • ilesanmi

    I would rather advise that a more systematic approach be adopted in the anti-graft fight. Although outright observance of the rule of law may appear costly and tends to slow down the wheel of progress in the fight, it surely takes a lot of sacrifices to institute a true democracy in a nation. From the reports so far, Amosu appears to have been investigated, indicted, prosecuted, found guilty and detained/sentenced. Its like his case has closed and there is no need for any defense from him.

    It is really uncivil and abuse of the rights of the accused, when he is kept incommunicado and being tried in the court of public opinion.
    Those who have been following the case of Olisa Metuh would agree that the new developments in the case tend to gradually change the impressions earlier created about the case through the media trial.

    • TrueNigerian

      If the case against Amosu were merely a media carade, then why did he and other heartless looter-officers bribed an operative of EFCC who promised them soft landing? Am tempted to think we need a revolution in Nigeria. Imagine how many people got mercilessly murdered in the north east as a result of their wicked and heartless looting of funds meant for arms procurement to fight insurgency there.

  • NazirJos

    Whoever got hand in this should be hand publicly. This should serve as lesson to others. I a country’s defense system could be that compromising and the rest of the world knows about it, God save that country. No wonder Boko Haram grew so wild those days. And no wonder our military was despised those day… Pls PMB see to it that you hang those good-fer-nothing.

  • New Nigerian

    The Economists gave Jonathan a new title, “An Ineffectual Buffoon”…kind of echo how you refer to him.

  • New Nigerian

    These guys are idiots..worse than morons. They share in how Economists described Jonathan Goodluck – ” an Ineffectual buffoon”. Stolen commonwealth (and the proceeds and assets that they invested them in should automatically revert to Nigeria immediately)…and then they should be given the justice they deserve.

  • TrueNigerian

    No matter how anyone looks at it and with whatever coloration, all these indicted folks are mindless looters who characterised the People-Deceive-People (PDP) government of the immediate past regime. Their place should be in hell for causing the untimely deaths of hundreds of thousands of ordinary Nigerians.

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