Delta State Governor, Chief James Ibori, to Nigeria.
would upon receipt of the £6.8 million, do the needful by returning the funds to the Delta State Government, which is the true owner and beneficiary of the Ibori loot.
confiscated from Ibori, £1.2 million had so far been retuned to Nigeria, while the rest was waiting for
redistribution as to when it would be sent back to Nigeria.”
including one of his lawyers, Mr. Patrice Gohil.
“Approximately, £80 million is temporarily frozen and a confiscation hearing has been fixed for April 2015,
where the judge will determine how much was stolen, after which it would be returned to Nigeria.”
Commission (EFCC), said: “The case signified Nigeria’s commitment to the fight corruption.
“Corruption does not go away easily, addressing it requires continuous process and the UK Metropolitan
Police will continue to collaborate with Nigerian authorities on cross border international investigation.”
Etuk, who spoke on “Supporting Policing in Nigeria,” expressed the commitment of the forum in collaborating with government in tackling challenges impeding efficiency in policing in the country.
He said: “Inadequate equipment such as communication gadgets, the lack of efficient forensic laboratories and other logistic problems are some of the challenges facing the police force.”
According to him, partnership in training and capacity building of officers will be an ideal area of
All Party Parliamentary Group on Nigeria, Mrs. Meg Hillier.