Fuel subsidy fraud suspect is dead

Fuel subsidy protest in 2012

A fuel subsidy suspect, Opeyemi Ajuyah, is dead, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt.

Details of her death is still sketchy.

Mrs. Ajuyah is facing an eight-count amended charge alongside Abdullahi, son of late prominent businessman, Abdullazeez Arisekola-Alao, and Olanrewaju Olalusi before an Ikeja High Court over allegation of N1.1 billion fuel subsidy fraud.

They were charged alongside their companies, Majope Investment Limited and Axenergy Limited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.


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  • Peter_Edo

    They are now hearing that they CAN AND WILL BE CONVICTED…

    • Dazmillion

      Mrs. Ugo-Nnadi is now very sick and holed up in a hospital

      • Julius

        lolz..don’t go there but, I’m thinking !

  • Julius

    Sorry about her passing but, the stolen money must be recovered !

  • Abe Lawrence

    May her soul rest in peace, but her children must pay back the money. No time for rubbish

  • marc umeh

    All this billions and billions . It seems the Southerners are the ones killing the country.

  • NOI sucks

    The money meant to develop our country was stolen by a few who will all end up dead.

  • Man_Enough

    may God accept her soul. however, abacha died almost 20 years ago and the government is still recovering the nigerian monies he stole.

  • Mufu Ola

    Is she truly dead? Hope this not a Mario Puzo or James Bond plot.

  • Paul Irumundomon

    All the companies in Nigeria, who got involved in oil subsidies, the governmemt named about 20, where are the rest, they all disolved into apc and pdp.
    The change government, want Nigerians to risk their lives, to report looters, when they party with looters every night. All na lip service promo.