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Court Orders Ex-naf Chief Amosu To Forfeit N2.2 Billion To Fg
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- N2.2 billion belonging to a former chief of Air Staff will be forfeited to the federal government
- The decision was taken by a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos


- The court also granted an interim order for the temporary forfeiture of N190, 828,978.15 recovered from a former Air Force director of finance and budget


A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the temporary forfeiture of N2.2 billion belonging to a former chief of air staff, Adesola Amosu.


The court ordered that the money be forfeited to the federal government.


In his ruling Justice Mojisola Olatoregun made an interim order forfeiting to the Federal Government the total sum of N2, 244,500,000 found and recovered by the commission from Amosu.


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The judge also granted an interim order for the temporary forfeiture of N190, 828,978.15 recovered from a former Air Force director of finance and budget, Air Commodore Olugbenga Gbadebo.


Punch reports that the judge in her order also ordered the temporary forfeiture of N10 million recovered from Solomon Enterprises, a company linked to the former chief of air staff.


In his ruling, Justice Olatoregun directed the Economic and Financial Commission (EFCC) to make a publication of the interim order on two dailies that the respondents or anyone interested could show cause why the final order of forfeiture should not be made in favour of the federal government.


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He further adjourned the matter to Friday, June 29.


Meanwhile there waspreviously reported that Amosu had earlier returned N2.6 billion to the federal government.


Amosu who pleaded not guilty to all charges levelled against him by the EFCC was granted N500 million bail after being arraigned in court.



Amosu and Adigun were said to have, between July 17 and September 16, 2014, allegedly removed over N663.4m from the Nigerian Air Force accounts to purchase properties at 50-52 Tenterden Grove, London (NW4 1TH) and at 93B Shirehall Park, LondonNW4 2QU, United Kingdom.



They were accused of buying 40A, Bourdillon, Ikoyi, with N900m and a property at Sinari Daranijo, Victoria Island with N1.5bn.
According to the antig-graft agency the duo bought a property named as Cappadol Mall at Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Wuse II, Abuja for N750m, as well as a property worth over N1.7bn at Agobogba Street, Parkview, Ikoyi, Lagos, using the Air Force's money.


The EFCC stage a walk against corruption .


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