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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Patience Jonathan Claims Ownership Of Frozen $31.4m By EFCC



Former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, has
claimed that the $31.4 million involved in an alleged
fraud case where the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC) had issued a No Debit/Freezing
Order belongs to her.
Counsel to the first defendant in charge, Mr. Gboyega
Oduwole informed the Federal High Court in Lagos that
Mrs. Jonathan had filed a fundamental application
against the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC), claiming ownership of the money.
Mrs. Jonathan, in the application filed on September 6,
2016, with file number FHC/L/C5/1233/16, is asking
the court to make an order for the enforcement of her
fundamental rights, in terms of reliefs she sought, and
naming as defendants, the EFCC and Skye Bank Plc.
The case, with number FHC/337C/16, has the former
presidential aide, Amajuoyi Azubike Briggs, former
Skye Bank official, Damola Bolodeoku, Pluto Property
and Investment Company Limited and Avalon Global
Property Development Company Limited, all who are
allegedly without addresses, as defendants.
Others also charged include Trans Ocean Property and
Investment Company Limited, Seagate Property
Development and Investment Company Limited and
Globus Integrated Services Limited.
The former first lady asked the court to make a
declaration that the fund standing to the credit of four
of the companies and an account in her own name in
Skye Bank belonged to her.
She also asked the court to declare that the action of
the respondents in placing a No Debit/Freezing Order
on the said accounts without any order of a competent
court of law or prior notice to her, to be in breach of her
fundamental rights as contained in the constitution of
the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
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