PRISON BREAK: AFTER COLLECTING MILLIONS OF NAIRA, EFCC LAGOS AIDES SUSPECTS TO ESCAPE FROM CELL ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

Secret Reporters

The New Year 2018 cross over night saw the escape of multiple suspects from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] detention center in Lagos. Information available to 247ureports.com reveal that suspects – six of them – escaped the detention center after having reached an understanding with officers of the EFCC.

According to available information, the suspects were detained by the anti-graft agency for fraudulently acquiring money from members of the public. The suspects were reported to have been detained indefinitely at the detention center. A source stated that the EFCC agents were holding the suspects in order to reach a financial settlement with the suspects.

The New Year cross over escape came about following a deal between the suspects and an EFCC officer. The deal for their escape, according to an authoritative source, includes “large amount of money and a promise of other kindness.”

The following morning, the Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Mustafa Magu arrived Lagos in a raging fury. He acted to immediately suspend some of the EFCC agents on guard on the night of the incident.

Interesting, the Attorney General of the federation, Abubakar Malami who serves as the supervisor of the EFCC is reported to be unaware of the jail break. “Magu does not want Malami to know of the incident” says a source.

The suspects remain at large.

Credit: 247ureports

UNHOLY CORRUPTION: HOW FUEL ALLOCATIONS FOR MARKETERS ARE DIVERTED TO EMIRS, MINISTERS, GIRLFRIENDS, IN-LAWS AND MILITARY OFFICERS

The anti-corruption war is overrated. Ask oil marketers. The seeds of morality and patriotic service allegedly planted by President Muhammadu Buhari wilted in that very moment he sowed it Nigeria’s fertile mounds.

Contrary to speculations that corrupt oil deals and other shady machinations will become a thing of the past under the watchful eyes of Buhari, dishonesty thrives and gallops through the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Oil marketers revealed that senior executives of the NNPC connive with subordinates and prominent people in the ruling party to divert oil allocations to family and friends of the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC) and even allies in major opposition party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

The Capital findings revealed that rather than give oil allocations to oil marketers directly, NNPC staff divert oil allocations to cronies and relatives of Nigeria’s ruling class and afterwards, compel oil marketers to purchase the oil allocations from them at ridiculously high prices, which makes it impossible for the marketers to make profit from sales.

This is one of the reasons for the lingering fuel scarcity in the country, according to oil marketers and a highly placed source in the NNPC.

According to a major oil marketer who owns major depots and filling stations across the southwest and south south regions, NNPC staff give oil allocations to either an Emir’s son, a retired military General’s in-law or girlfriend of a minister. Then they force oil marketers to buy the allocations from them claiming it is the only way they can get oil allocations.

Sometimes, they tell the marketers that the Emir’s wife is sick and he needs money to finance her surgery in India; other times, they may tell oil marketers that they must buy the allocations from a military officer’s in-law or a minister’s girlfriend who supposedly needs the money urgently to settle some crucial bills.

The story changes on few occasions and they tell the marketers that a governor’s son is getting married and they will have to purchase oil allocations from the intending groom or his mother. Whatever the situation, the oil marketers are often forced to buy oil allocations from the middlemen who sell the allocations at outrageous prices. This is why the marketers rebel and attempt to increase pump price of fuel.

Source: The Capital NG

EXCLUSIVE | PSYCHIATRIC LOOTER: NDDC BOSS NSIMA EKERE TO BE JAILED IN USA AFTER BUYING N128 MILLION MANSION IN SUGARLAND AND EVADED TAX PAYMENT

In an era where the flamboyant and exorbitant lifestyles of public office holders is the order of the day,there’s no end in sight.

Public office holders spend taxpayers monies recklessly without recourse to the economic situation in the country, or standard of living of its citizens.

Avalanche of documents in possession of Secret Reporters revealed how the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Mr Nsima Ekere used the nation’s funds to acquire multi billion Naira properties in the United Kingdom and United States of America. One out of tens of the documents in our possession currently studied by our team of reporters detailed how the NDDC boss splashed a whooping sum of N124.9 Million to buy a mansion in the US. Competent sources disclosed that the source of the funds cannot be far fetched as the Managing Director is reportedly sitting on a stack of money to spend as he wishes.

According to one of the documents in our possession, the property located at Sugarland, Maryland, United States of America costs $347,000 and is bought in the MD’s wife’s name, Mrs Ese Nsima Ekere, possibly to avoid detection by the authorities back in Nigeria. Sugarland is one of the most expensive cities to live in US, with only the night boys owning properties there.

Sequel to paying for the property, Nsima Ekere has refused to remit property tax as stipulated in the United States of America and reported evaded paying the sum of $6,487 being the amount of tax due for the property. We gathered authoritatively that he may soon be jailed by the United States authority in 2018 if the date given to him to pay the paltry sum of N2.3 Million property tax elapses.

A mail sent to him and intercepted by us, of the tax due for the property was sent to him with the accompanying bank account details for the payment to be made.

Months of investigations on Nsima by Secret Reporters has unearthed his lust for properties. We caught up with one of his near dirty deals in an attempt to buy a property worth N1.7 billion in Banana Island, Lagos State, but due to yet to be identified reasons which may not be far from President Muhammadu Buhari anti corruption stance, he made a U-turn and refused to buy the property but allegedly diverted the money into a foreign account which is under our foreign partners investigations.

When contacted by our Editor, Mr Nsima Ekere denied acquiring any property in the USA by simply replying “false”, despite overwhelming evidence that the property belongs to him. Minutes later, the restless MD called Secret Reporters to ask how we were able to get the documents, which we refused to disclose, thus confirming our story.

As the oil rich commission boss, contractors who reached out to us complained on how he collects millions in dollars as kickback the moment they are paid for contracts awarded to them by NDDC and whoever fails to grease his palm should bid goodbye to contracts from the commission.

To be continued…