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Crisis Looms As Ex-Top Banker And Diezani Madueke's Associate Sells Her Properties In Lagos, Abuja For Over N4.675B ~Omonaijablog


Crisis is currently brewing between the former Nigerian Minister of Petroleum and Natural Resources under the former Nigerian President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan's Administration, Mrs Diezani Alison Madueke and her business associate, a former Executive Director of one of Nigerian leading bank (name withheld), Malam Dauda Lawal Dare over an attempt by the business associate to fraudulently acquire some of her landed properties in both Lagos and Abuja.

Reports reaching this medium revealed that the duo are currently in a battle of distrust over her Abuja properties which was allegedly sold off by the former banker without the knowledge of the former Minister.

Omonaijablog was reliably informed by Barrister Kenneth Jack, one of the former Minister's Lawyers that, on noticing how Mr. Dare under whose the properties were entrusted, faked the documents of the two properties situated in Asokoro, Abuja the Federal Capital of Nigeria and Lekki area of Lagos State, the former Minister cried out.

Barrister Kenneth Jack further said that, "Mr. Dare sold the two giants properties to a construction company (name withheld), at the rate of N4.675 Billion and the payment was executed through a Kano based Bureau de change Alh. Dalhatu Currency Services Ltd. 

Mrs. Alison Madueke before running to United Kingdom in early 2015, entrusted most of her Nigerian properties to the form bank Executive Director and Zamfara born banker, Malam Dauda Lawal Dare for the fear of President Muhammadu Buhari who swore to fight corruption with honesty and sincerity, as well as deal with any corrupt individual in the country.

It may be recalled that sometimes ago, Mr Dare was challenged to explain the sources of his money, since he did not declare his assets in compliance with the Code of Conduct Bureau establishment law, which requires every senior public office holder to declare their assets before and after exit from office, but coyld not.

Even with the fact that bankers are not allowed to engage themselves in business while in active service, Dauda scandalously enmeshed himself with fraudulent activities with the former Minister who is still on the run.

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