With more than a trillion Naira recovered so far, Abacha loot remains a major source of revenue for the Federal Government.
According to a tweet made by @TransparencITng, The Nigeria Government has recovered the following amount of money since 1998:
The then head of state, General Abdusalami Abubakar, recovered $750m from Abacha's family.
President Olusegun Obasanjo entered a deal with Abacha's family to recover $1.2bn.
$160m was recovered from Jersey in British Isles.
The government of Switzerland once more, returned $88m of the entire loot under President Olusegun Obasanjo's tenure.
The government of Switzerland returns $461m to Nigeria.
Yet another sum of $44m from the government of Switzerland where Abacha kept most of his loot.
This year, $227m was recovered from Liechtenstein during President Goodluck Jonathan's administration.
Abacha's loot once more came to Nigeria's needs as $322m was returned to President Muhammadu Buhari's administration by the Swiss government.
The latest batch of the loot is $308m from the United States, also during President Buhari's administration.
In all, the total figure is $3.6bn. Can you guess what the FG will use the most recent funds for?
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