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3 Sep 2017

Diezani and Allies Blocked by UK From Selling Assets Allegedly Acquired Through Graft

Newly acquired documents have disclosed that a UK court has restrained Nigeria's former Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, and her business partners, Jide Omokore and Kolawole Aluko, from disposing of properties acquired through the dodgy Strategic Alliance Agreements (SAAs) facilitated by the minister.
Issued on September 13, 2016, the order bars the defendants and third parties from disposing or dealing in the affected assets or diminishing their value.

Benedict Peters, Christopher Illuobe, a California-based attorney, Donald Amagbo, and three companies, Collingwood Limited, Rosewood Investments Limited and Miranda Investment Limited are all listed as defendants.

The affected properties, according to the court papers, include 5 Parkview, 83-86 Prince Albert Road, St. John's Wood, London NW8 7RU. The property is registered at the Land Registry under title number NGL745834 in the name of Collingwood Limited.

Also on the restraint list is Flat 58 Harley House, Marylebone Road, London NW15HL, which is registered at the land registry under number NGL729440 and held in the name of Rosewood Investments Limited.

Equally affected is 96 Camp Road, Gerrard Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9BP. It is registered at the registry under title number BM180105 and held in the name of Miranda Limited. The last listed asset is a land identified as lying to the south of Lyttelton Road, Finchley.

According to Sahara Reporters, the assets in question were acquired via companies listed as third parties in the matter being handled in the UK under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

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