Dasukigate: 'Who got what' from $2.1bn arms deal

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Colonel Sambo Dasuki, former National Security Adviser is at the centre of the arms deal fund

Colonel Sambo Dasuki, former National Security Adviser shared the arms deal fund
Colonel Sambo Dasuki, former National Security Adviser shared the arms deal fund

Since the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) began investigating how the former National Security Adviser (NSA) to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Sambo Dasuki spent the sum of $2.1bn meant for arms purchase, names of politicians and elder statesmen have popped up on the list.

With more names expected to revealed in coming weeks, here is the list of names of those that allegedly received from the arms deal funds.

Senator Rasheed Ladoja allegedly got N100m
Senator Rasheed Ladoja allegedly got N100m

Ex-Rivers governor, Peter Odili (N100m)

Ex-Oyo governor, Rashidi Ladoja (N100m)

Ex-Sokoto governor, Attahiru Bafarawa (N100m)

Ex-Zamfara governor, Mahmud Aliyu Shinkafi (N100m)

Ex-Anambra governor, Jim Nwobodo (N500m)

Chief Tony Anenih allegedly got N260m
Chief Tony Anenih allegedly got N260m

Ex-PDP BoT chairman, Chief Tony Anenih (N260m)

Ex-PDP National Chairman Ahmadu Ali (N100m)

Chief Bode George (N100m/ $30,000)

Yerima Abdullahi (N100m)

Chief Olu Falae (N100m)

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Tanko Yakassai (N63m)

Gen. Bello Sarkin Yaki (N200m)

Raymond Dokpesi (N2.1bn)

Raymond Dokpesi got a whooping N2.1bn
Raymond Dokpesi got a whooping N2.1bn

Iyorchia Ayu’s company (N345m)

BAM Properties (N300m)

Dalhatu Investment Limited (N1.5b)

Dr Mohammed Bello Haliru, arriving the court on Thursday, 7 January, 2016 got N300m alongside his son, Abba  Photos: Femi Ipaye
Dr Mohammed Bello Haliru, arriving the court on Thursday, 7 January, 2016 got N300m alongside his son, Abba
Photos: Femi Ipaye

Ex-PDP National Chairman Mohammed Bello Haliru and his son, Abba Mohammed (N300m)

Sagir Attahiru, serving and former members of the House of Representatives (N300m)

Former Chairman of the House of Representatives on Security and Intelligence, Bello Matawalle (N300m)

ACACIA Holdings (N600m)

Bashir Yuguda (N1,950,000)