Former Governor, Chimaroke Nnamani To Forfeit His 22 Duplexes, 6 Companies and Shares To EFCC.


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Former Enugu State governor, Senator
Chimaroke Nnamani, has been ordered to
forfeit some of assets to the Federal
Governor. Justice Mohammed Yunnusa of a
Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, on
Tuesday, delivered this ruling. EFCC had re-
arraigned Nnamani and his former aide,
Sunday Anyaogu on 105 counts of money-
laundering and economic crimes, involving
about N4.5billion state funds. The crime
was allegedly committed while Nnamani was
governor between 1999 and 2007.
The former senator was charged alongside
Anyaogu, and six firms – Rainbownet,
Hillgate NIGERIA, Cosmos FM, Capital City
Automobile Nigeria Limited, Renaissance
University Teaching Hospital and Mea Mater
Elizabeth High School. Among the forfeited
assets are undeveloped properties and
transmission equipment of Rainbownet
Nigeria Limited; properties of Hill Gate
Investment Limited/Cuena Phones Limited;
assets of Cosmo 105.5FM, and 22 duplex
buildings at Ebeano Estate (now Fidelity
Others are Rainbownet shares in Zenith Bank
and Guarantee Trust Bank, with a combined
account balance of N4.6million; as well as
monies in its bank accounts. The balances
in different accounts with GTBank of
N313,700; Sterling Bank ,N986,958;
Ecobank ,N24.5million; First City Monument
Bank, N3.8million and Zenith Bank,
N761,156. EFCC said it is awaiting details of
balances in Rainbownet’s 10 accounts with
Access Bank.