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UK May Bar Corrupt Politicians’ Children From British Schools

Post by Paradise on Sat May 12, 2012 12:24 am

The British Government may soon begin to bar children of corrupt Nigerian politicians from its private schools. This follows last month’s conviction of a former governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori, by a London crown court for stealing millions of pounds from the treasury of his state and spending the same to acquire luxury items around the world.
Ibori was convicted and sentenced to 13 years in jail after he pleaded guilty to stealing and laundering over $80m. In an interview with Cable News Network,the Unit head of the Proceeds of Corruption Unit of London’s Metropolitan Police,Detective Chief Inspector Jonathan
Benton, gave the hint that some measures would be applied against corrupt Nigerian politicians in the wake of the Ibori conviction. He said, “We hope that, by tackling the
likes of James Ibori, we’re saying to those stealing from the state purse, you can’t have your children at private school in London. You can’t have a multimillion pound house in one of the most affluent areas of London. You can’t drive around in top of the range vehicles. We won’t let you move money around to buy multimillion pound
jets.” The unit, staffed by a dozen or so detectives, traces the flow of foreign politicians’ money through London, and is funded by the UK government’s
Department for International Development, which also delivers aid to Africa. The unit investigated the Ibori case for seven years.In the special report,CNN writes, ” Ibori employed a range of methods, some straightforward,
some devious. He inflated contracts,took kickbacks, and
simply transferred cash out of state accounts. He was
helped by his family, wife and mistress, as well as by London-based professionals, who set up shell companies, assisted in purchases and provided false due diligence.
“As governor of the oil-rich Delta State in Nigeria, James
Ibori’s salary was only $6000 a year, yet he managed to
afford luxury properties, fleets of Rolls Royces, aBentley and aMaybach, first class travel, private boarding school fees and a private jet worth $20 million.” The report also
examined the role played by Britishbanks in aiding Ibori toloot his state’s treasury as well as why Nigerian politicians find London an attractive location for laundered funds.

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Post by TreachX on Sat May 12, 2012 11:40 am

This is gr8 news. Abeg! This shit in nigeria should plunge into hell

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Post by Lillian on Sun May 13, 2012 3:48 pm

This Good News o. How could $6000 earner raise so hard and powerful to own a private jet worth $20m.

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Post by Loveth on Sun May 13, 2012 5:20 pm

Nonesense

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