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$750m, $1.2b, $1b, $311m: See how much Obasanjo, Jonathan and Buhari has recovered from Abacha's loot

Late General Sani Abacha is the form of ancestor every u . s . a . pray to have. Even in death, the past due standard has no longer failed in looking after Nigeria, even though from the dubious money he has stashed everywhere in the global.

It has been rumored that the past due trendy who became Head of country of Nigeria looted among $5b to $8b. however, on account that 1999, the sum of $five.35b has been recovered through the collective efforts of preferred Abdulsalaam Abubakar, leader Olusegun Obasanjo, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan and President Muhammadu Buhari. He stashed the money basically in 4 main nations however not constrained to them. The four countries the cash has been recovered from encompass; Switzerland, Jersey Island in uk, united states and Lichtenstein.

The newest of the restoration was made on the 4th of can also 2020 from america and the Bailiwick of Jersey. The cash which become originally $308m whilst it turned into transferred to the valuable bank of Nigeria has now liked to $311m.

See the details of the way a great deal has been recovered from every management and the u . s . a . it changed into recovered from.

1. popular Abdulsalaam Abubakar

$750millionfrom Switzerlandin 1999

2. leader Olusegun Obasanjo

$1.2billionin 2002

$149millionfrom Jersey Island, uk in 2003

$500million from Switzerland in 2004

$458million from Switzerland in 2005

3. Dr. Goodluck Jonathan

$1billion from Switzerland in 2012

$227million from Liechtenstein in 2014

$48million from usa in 2014

$380million from Switzerland in 2015

four. Muhammadu Buhari

$322million from Switzerland in 2017

$311million from Jersey Island and united states in 2020

overall recovered loot is $five.345 billion

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