The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in a statement it issued on Monday, failed to name ‘a top military officer’ it claimed enriched himself corruptly.
In the said release published on its Facebook page, the EFCC said the unnamed military officer acquired several landed properties valued at over N3, 007, 000, 000 (Three Billion and Seven Million Naira) through proxies.
One of such, the EFCC claimed, was late General Aminu Maude.
Other proxies used by the corrupt officer are Atlasfield Integrated Services Nigeria Limited, Marhaba Events Place, Aflac Plastics and Atlasfield Gas Plant Limited.
The EFCC said Justice N. E Maha of the Fderal High Court sitting in Abuja, granted the (forfeiture) order “in the absence of any contestation.”