The EFCC has recovered N381m from Omolara Amosu, the wife of the immediate past Chief of Air Staff, Adesola Amosu. A source at EFCC told Punchng that, “These were monies transferred from Air Force accounts.”
More properties belonging to the immediate past Chief of Accounts and Budgeting of NAF, J.B. Adigun, have also been seized. His quarry located in Ogun State, with equipment worth about $600,000, was seized.
2 weeks ago, houses worth over N2bn in Ikoyi and Victoria Island allegedly belonging to Adigun were seized. Amosu, Adigun and over 9 air force officers are currently under investigation for the procurement of equipment which was said not to be transparent.
Amosu has been quizzed over the procurement of two second-hand Mi-24V Helicopters, instead of the recommended Mi-35M series, at a cost of $136.9m. The helicopters were alleged not to be operationally airworthy at the time of delivery while a brand new unit of such helicopters costs about $30m.
EFCC have sealed a block of 12 luxury flats, located on Agodogba Street, Park View Estate, Ikoyi, belonging to Adigun. It is worth over N1.7bn. Adigun also owns another block of luxury flats on Sinari Daranijo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. It is worth N1.8bn.
His parcel of land, located on Bourdillon Drive, Ikoyi, worth N908m, has also been seized. 6 other properties had been traced to Adigun, including a set of 4 terrace houses on Agede Street, off Aminu Kano in the Wuse 2, Abuja.
Properties traced to Amosu are located in the Ikeja, Lagos. His vehicles have also been confiscated. He confessed to owning St Solomon Health Care Limited, Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja, worth about N85m. It has now been seized.
His house located on Adeyemo Alakija Street, GRA Ikeja, near the Ghanaian High Commission, has also been sealed.