Money Laundering: Jigawa Gov’s Son Remanded

Aminu Sule, the eldest son of Jigawa state Governor, Alhaji Sule Lamido, has been remanded in custody by a federal High Court in Kano for 24 hours to enable the court decide on his bail application.


Aminu Sule, a 2010 BUK Mass Communication graduate,  was arraigned by the EFCC over allegation of money laundering contrary to relevant section of the law.

Information Nigeria recalls that Aminu Lamido was flagged after he declared $10,000 in his possession to agents of the Nigerian customs at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport. However further checks  by agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at the airport revealed that he was carrying far  more amount of money than was declared.
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  1. This year 2013, if all these greedy politicians with their family members who loots/steals public money did not repent, they ar going to face wit all kinds of sicknesses dt even the money they had on them could not cure. They wil die a painful and shameful death. That is my prayer for them this year. What kind of nonsense is this?


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