Sequel to President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent trip to the United Arab
Emirates UAE for the World Future Energy Summit where he met with the
UAE government officials and signed agreement to help Nigeria recover
all her stolen funds lodged in the country.
Buhari also reportedly urged Nigerian diplomats in the UAE to compile a
list of politically exposed Nigerians with properties in Dubai by March
Here are names of Nigerian politicians with houses and businesses in the UAE as issued by Sahara Reporters
See tweets below:In reaction, former aviation minster and spokesperson for the Peoples Democratic Party’s campaign organization, Femi Fani-Kayode, expressed his gratitude and also requested for the address and keys to the house they said he has in Dubai.
The Mutual Legal Assistance on Criminal and Commercial Matters,
which will allow the UAE government return monies hidden or invested in
banks and real estates in the country, was among a series of other
bilateral agreements signed by the President’s delegation, which was in
the country for the World Energy Forum.
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