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What Shell CEO Told Colleague About $1.3 Billion OPL 245 Scandal

The boss of one of the world’s biggest corporations was placed under secret surveillance as part of a pan-European corruption investigation into the way the firm paid $1.3 billion for an oil block in Nigeria, explosive documents leaked to Finance Uncovered reveal. Read more

Goodluck Jonathan Scandal: Jonathan Must Have Gotten $200M Middleman Tells FBI

Former President Goodluck Jonathan probably received as much as $200 million to approve the controversial $1.3 billion sale of OPL 245 oil field, Italian prosecutors said in court documents. Read more

Ex-Nigerian Oil Minister Charged With Money Laundering

Nigeria’s federal high court has charged the country’s former oil minister, who served under ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, with money laundering in connection with an alleged bribery scandal aimed to keep Jonathan in office. Read more

Nigeria – Investigators Expose How U.S.$800 Million Was Laundered In Etete, Govt’s Malabu Oil Deal

Britain’s commitment to tackling high-end money laundering through the City of London is under serious scrutiny after it emerged that regulators appear to have waved through an $800m bank transfer to a convicted criminal as the proceeds from one of the most corrupt deals in the history of the oil industry. Read more

Kola Aluko Probed For Money Laundering

Kola Aluko, a Nigerian energy mogul, bought the 79th floor penthouse at One57 for $51 million in 2014. Read more

Former Boss of Nigerian Oil Firm In $10M Cash Probe

A former head of Nigeria’s state-run oil firm is under investigation after almost $10 million in cash was found at a property he owns. Read more

Nigeria Seizes $10M From Ex-State Oil Manager

ABUJA, Nigeria — Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency says agents seized nearly $10 million from a safe in a slum building belonging to a former manager of the state oil company. Read more

Man Accused Of Laundering Billions For Alison-Madueke Working For Buhari Government

A man the State Security Service said was working for the interest of the Nigerian government was actually a money laundering suspect named in the mismanagement of about $118 million public funds, an investigation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has shown. Read more