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EFCC arrests Patience Jonathan’s sister at airport

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arrested the younger sister to Patience Jonathan, the wife of the immediate past President, Goodluck Jonathan, over suspicious payments of N3bn made into her many accounts

Ohanaeze youths accuse EFCC of persecuting ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s family

The Ohanaeze Youth Council, OYC, yesterday again came hard on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over what it called endless persecution of former President Goodluck Jonathan’s family.

Patience Jonathan debunks EFCC claim of N2.1 billion belonging to late mother Charity Oba

Former First Lady, Mrs. Patience Jonathan, has described reports that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, traced N2.1 billion to her dead mother’s account as spurious, baseless and intended to mislead the public.

EFCC traces N2.1 billion to Patience Jonathan’s late mom’s account

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has traced N2.114bn to the bank account of Magel Resort Limited, which was allegedly owned by Mrs. Patience Jonathan and her late mother, Mama Charity Oba.

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