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List of Nigerian looters released by World Bank: World Bank released names of Nigerian looters. The depositors and the amount in London, Swiss ($), USA($), Germany. You will be shocked at those on the list
1. General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida
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General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (born 17 August 1941), also known as IBB, is a retired Nigerian Army officer who was a military ruler of Nigeria. He ruled Nigeria from 27 August 1985, when he overthrew Major General Muhammadu Buhari in a coup, until his departure from office on 27 August 1993, having annulled the elections held on June 12 that year. General Babangida was a key player in most of the military coups in Nigeria (July 1966, February 1976, December 1983, August 1985, December 1985 and April 1990). There is evidence of severe human rights abuses during his regime.
2. GEN ABUBAKAR 1.31bn 2.33bn 800M
General Abdulsalami Alhaji Abubakar (rtd.) (About this sound pronunciation, born 13 June 1942) is a Nigeriangeneral who was President of Nigeria from 9 June 1998 until 29 May 1999. He succeeded Sani Abacha upon Abacha’s death. It was during Abubakar’s leadership that Nigeria adopted its new constitution on 5 May 1999, which provided for multiparty elections. Abubakar transferred power to president-elect Olusegun Obasanjo on 29 May 1999.
3. REAR ADMIRAL MIKE AKHIGBE 1.24bn 2.42bn 671M 1bn
Mike Okhai Akhigbe was a Vice Admiral of the Nigerian Navy. He served as the Vice President of Nigeria during the General Abdusalami Abubakar led military government from 1998 till the termination of military government in Nigeria, in 1999
4. GEN JERRY USENI 3.04bn 2.01bn 1.01bn 900M
Jeremiah Timbut Useni (born February 16, 1943) was a Lt. General in the Nigerian Army and Minister responsible for the administration of the Abuja Federal Capital Territory under the Sani Abacha military junta. He came from Plateau State. He served Nigeria in various capacities such as Minister for Transport and Quarter-Master General of the Nigeria Army. Useni also served as Deputy Chairman of one of the significant parties in Nigeria, the All Nigeria Peoples Party.
5. ALH ISMAILA GWARZO 1.03bn 2.00bn 1.3bn 700M
Aliyu Ismaila Gwarzo was the National Security Advisor of Nigerian military ruler Sani Abacha. He has been linked to theft of $2.45 billion from the Central Bank of Nigeria. Aliyu Ismaila Gwarzo was born in the village of Gwarzo in Kano State, about 72 kilometres from the capital Kano. He entered the police force where he held a number of positions of increasing responsibility, retiring with a senior rank.
6. ALH UMARU DIKKO 4.5bn 1.4bn 700M 345M
Umaru Abdulrahman Dikko (31 December 1936 – 1 July 2014) was a Nigerian politician and was an adviser to President Shehu Shagari. He was also the Nigerianminister for Transportation from 1979–1983.
Dikko was born in Wamba. He started playing a role in the nation’s governance in 1967, when he was appointed as a commissioner in the then North Central State of Nigeria (now Kaduna State)
7. PAUL OGWUMA 300M 1.42bn 200M 500M
Dr. Paul Agbai Ogwuma (born 24 April 1932) is a Nigerian banker who was Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria between 1993 and 1999 during the military regime of General Sani Abacha and his successor General Abdulsalami Abubakar.
8. GEN SANI ABACHA 9.01bn 4.09bn 800M 3.01M
Sani Abacha (20 September 1943 – 8 June 1998) was a Nigerian Army general and politician who served as the de facto President of Nigeria from 1993 to 1998. Abacha’s regime is controversial: although it saw dramatic economic growth, it also witnessed widespread human rights abuses.
9. MOHAMMED ABACHA 300M 1.2bn 150M 535M
list of Nigerian looters released by World Bank
Mohammed Abacha is the eldest surviving son of Nigeria’s former de facto President, the late general Sani Abacha and Maryam Abacha. During his father’s military rule, Mohammed Abacha was involved in looting the government. A preliminary report published by the Abdulsalam Abubakar transitional government in November 1998 described the process.
10. ALHAJI WADA NAS 600M 1.32bn 300M