Jonathan’s ex-aide, Dudafa, wants firms to deny laundering $15.5m for Patience

A Federal High Court in Lagos has adjourned till October 7, 2016 to rule on two applications seeking to change the guilty plea of four companies which on September 15 admitted laundering a sum of $15, 591,700.
Wife of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, is claiming ownership of the money, which the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had since frozen in four Skye Bank accounts opened in the names of the four companies.
The four companies are Pluto Property and Investment Company Limited; Seagate Property Development & Investment Co. Limited; Trans Ocean Property and Investment Company Limited;  and Avalon Global Property Development Company Limited.


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