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General Sani Abacha

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  • • General Muhammed Abubakar Sani Abacha.• He was born on 20 September 1943 in Kano, Nigeria.• From the Kanuri Tribe, Bornu state.• He Attended Nigerian Military School 1963.• Her served Nigeria from 1963- 1998• He became a captain in the army in 1967.• Commander-in-Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces.• He died in the early hours of Monday morning on June 8, 1998, after a brief illness and he was buried in his hometown, Kano, according to Muslim rites.
  • • Sani Abacha’s national security adviser, Alhaji Ismaila Gwarzo help in looting and transfer of money through Sani Abacha’s secret account.• Transitional government in November 1998 described the process, Sani Abacha told Ismaila Gwarzo to provide fake funding request, which Abacha approved.• The funds were usually sent in cash or travellers’ cheques by the central bank of Nigeria to Gwarzo, who will took it to Abacha’s house.
  • • When ismail sent money to Abacha’s secret account,• Mohammed Abacha then will go with fake cheque to the back accounts and collect the money. An estimated $1.4 billion in cash was delivered in this way every week
  • 158,423,182• 1 billion would have been use for hospital building / schools.• 2 million would have been use for food supply to the homeless one.• We could have share 5-6 million with our neighboring countries such Niger/ Chad and Somalia.• We could have spend 2 billion in buying medicine for health care.(HIV/AIDS)
  • • After Sani Abachas death, the government implicated Abacha and his family in a wholesale looting of Nigerias coffers. some $3 or 4 billion was stolen by his family.• His late son Mohammed Abacha, who continues to maintain that all the assets in question were legitimately acquired. In 2002, Abachas family agreed to return $1.2 billion that was taken from the central bank.