Peter Obi Missing As EFCC Names 58 Former Governors Who Stole N2.187 Trillion (See Full List)

by Amos Kalu
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has recently disclosed a list of 58 former governors who are suspected to have been involved in corrupt activities, such as embezzlement, misappropriation, or laundering, over a period of 25 years. The total amount of money involved is approximately N2.187 trillion, not including properties seized worldwide or those currently under investigation, which amount to billions of Naira.

The amount of N2.2 trillion that was stolen is equivalent to the combined budgets of Lagos State and the South-East states for 2024, which total N2.25 trillion and N2.29 trillion, respectively. This figure exceeds the budgets of the North-Central states and North-East states for 2024, which are N1.89 trillion and N1.60 trillion, respectively.

EFCC
EFCC

Interestingly, Peter Obi, the former Anambra State Governor, was not included in the list of governors accused of embezzling public funds. Some Nigerians believe that this indicates that he is a politician who stands out from the rest, emphasizing his track record of fiscal responsibility and ethical leadership. One netizen remarked, “Peter Obi is different. He’s a man of his word, and his actions speak volumes about his dedication to serving the people.”

The list of 58 ex-governors who are currently or have previously faced investigations by EFCC, along with the alleged amounts in question, are as follows:

Peter Obi
Mr. Peter Obi


Late Abubakar Audu (N10.966 bn), TA Orji and sons (N551 bn), Yahaya Bello (N80.2 bn), Chimaroke Nnamani (N5. 3 bn), Sullivan Chime (N450 million), Kayode Fayemi (N4bn), Ayo Fayose (N6.9 bn), Abdullahi Adamu (N15bn), Danjuma Goje (N5bn), Aliyu Wamakko (N15 bn), Sule Lamido (N1.35 bn), Joshua Dariye (N1. 16 bn), Timipre Sylva (N19.2 bn),Saminu Turaki (N36bn), Orji Uzor Kalu (N7. 6bn), Bello Matawalle (N70 bn), Lucky Igbinedion (N4. 5 bn),Musa Kwakwanso (N10bn), Peter Odili (N1000 bn), Jolly Nyame (N1.64 bn), James Ngilari (N167 m) Abdulaziz Yari (N84 bn), Godswill Akpabio (N100bn),

Others include: Abdul fatah Ahmed (N9 bn), Ali Mode-Sheriff (N300bn), Ibrahim Dankwambo (N1. 3bn), Darius Ishaku (N39bn), Ramalan Yero (N700m), Achike Udenwa (N350m), Rochas Okorocha (N10. 8bn), James Ibori (N40 bn),DSP Alamieyeseigha (N2.655bn), Gabriel Suswam (N3. 111bn), Samuel Orton (N107bn),Murtala Nyako (N29bn), Rashid Ladoja (4.7bn), Christopher Alao-Akala (N11. 5 bn), Abdulkadir Kure (N600m), Babangida Aliyu (N4bn), Abubakar Audu (N10bn), Idris Wada (N500m), Ibrahim Shekarau (N950m), Adamu Aliero (N10bn), Usman Dakingari and wife (N5. 8bn), Attahiru Bafarawa N19. 6bn), Jonah Jang (N6. 3bn), Aliyu Doma (N8bn), Tanko Al’Makura (N4bn), Boni Haruna (N93bn), Bindow Jibrila (N62bn), Adamu Muazu (13bn), Isa Yuguda N212bn), Mohammed Abubakar (N8. 5bn).

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