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  • Magu told UK not to give me visa; patience Jonathan
  • Mrs Patience Jonathan, the wife of former
    President Goodluck Jonathan, said the acting
    Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes
    Commission, Mr Ibrahim Magu, wrote a letter to
    the British High Commission in Nigeria, asking the
    British Government not to issue her with a visa.
    Patience said this in a petition written by her
    lawyers, Granville Abibo (SAN) & Co. which was
    addressed to the Speaker of the House of
    Representatives, Mr Yakubu Dogara.
    Patience said the British Government
    subsequently investigated her and found her not
    wanting and thereafter issued her with a visa.
    The petition, which was signed by G.I. Abibo
    (SAN), read in part, “In February 2017, the EFCC
    through its acting Chairman, Mr Ibrahim Magu,
    made a spurious report against our client to the
    United Kingdom authorities and other international
    bodies – all in a grand design to forestall the
    renewal of her visa and other travel documents.
    “The allegations against our client by the EFCC
    were duly investigated by the UK authorities and
    other international bodies who found the reports
    baseless and thereupon issued the visa and other
    travel documents to our client.”
    Patience said the EFCC had gone after her
    relatives including her older brother, Chief
    Aseminaso Kalama, for no just cause.
    Besides, Mrs Esther Oba, Patience’s relative, had
    also been declared a person of interest by the
    commission for allegedly operating a bank
    account with $429,381.87 (N135,255,289.05) for
    the former President’s wife.
    Patience said the Nigeria Police Force and the
    National Drug Law Enforcement Agency had also
    joined the EFCC in intimidating and harassing her
    family, adding that the three agencies had
    searched her properties at least five times.
    She added, “On November 3, 2016, the EFCC
    physically raided and attacked the premises of our
    client and her relations situated at 2 Igbeti Street,
    Maitama, Abuja, in the absence of the occupants
    of the house, carting away valuable items.
    “On November 30, 2016, the same premises were
    raided by the officials of the NDLEA with a lorry
    load of over 50 operatives under the guise of
    searching for drugs kept in the house. This raid
    was carried out in the absence of the occupants of
    the said house. Our client’s house was broken
    into and vandalised.
    “On January 4, 2017, the EFCC again broke into
    the said house claiming to be looking for foreign
    currencies stashed therein. This was done in the
    absence of the occupants of the house and
    without any search warrant. The operatives raided
    the house and took away whatever they fancied.”
    The anti-graft agency commenced investigation
    on Patience in March 2016. Although she had
    never been invited by the commission, several
    bank accounts linked to her with a total sum of
    about N15bn had been frozen while properties
    worth about N3bn had been seized by the
    commission.
    All attempts to speak with the spokesman for the
    EFCC, Mr Wil
    son Uwujaren, proved abortive as he
    did not respond to repeated calls put through to
    his telephone.

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