The whistle-blower, who helped the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission recover the $43m, N23.2m and £27,800 (N13bn) from an Ikoyi apartment on April 12, 2017, has finally been paid his commission, The PUNCH has learnt.
It was also learnt that the whistle-blower travelled out of the country less than 24 hours after receiving part of the N421m reward.
The whistle-blower’s lawyer, Mr. Yakubu Galadima, confirmed the development to our correspondent on the telephone on Wednesday.
He praised the government for finally honouring its agreement after eight months.
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