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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Unbelievable! See The 41 Fictitious Names Of Companies Former Governor T.A Orji And Son Created To Loot Abia State To Stupor

Theodore Orji
A Nigerian pilot has narrated how the money approved for his flight school scholarship was looted twice when Senator T.A Orji was the Governor of Abia state, just after report of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission tracing billions to the accounts of the former Governor's son, Chinedum Orji who is now the Speaker of Abia House of Assembly went viral. 

The money was uncovered after a group, Fight Corruption: Save Nigeria Group filed a petition against the former Governor and his son on March 17, 2017. T.A. Orji who served two terms as governor between 2007 and 2011 and now represents Abia Central Senatorial district, was accused of withdrawing N500 million monthly as security vote from the state’s treasury during his eight years in office.

The group accused T.A. Orji of  diverting N383 billion revenue from the Federation Account, N55 billion Excess Crude revenue, N2.3 billion Sure-P revenue, N1.8 billion ecological funds, N10.5 billion loan, N12 billion Paris Club refund, N2 billion agricultural loan, and N55 billion ASOPADEC money while in office and also accused Chinedum Orji of owning about 100 accounts in different banks.

EFCC's Spokesperson, Tony Orilade confirmed that the two politicians were released on administrative bail and also revealed that it took them 3 years to commence investigation after the petition was filed because they were only following official protocols. 

Some of the accounts traced to Chinedum Orji, the former Governor's son who is now the Speaker of Abia House of Assembly include; 

1.Fotoworld Industry Ltd, opened with GTBank, has in it $21million

2.Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with First Bank - N363million

3.Another Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with First Bank - $84,000

4. Another Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with First Bank - N343million

5.Another Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with First Bank - £1.7million

6.Another Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with GTBank - N88million

7.Another Fotoworld Industry Ltd, with GTBank - $21million

8.Exact Construction Ltd, opened with Keystone bank - N1.2billion

9.Another Exact Construction Ltd, with Keystone bank, has N636million

10.Another Exact Construction Ltd, with First Bank, has N599.8million

11.Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N21million

12.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N224million

13.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N4.1billion

14.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N1.7billion

15.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N274million

16.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with First Bank, has N64.9million

17.Fotofast Industry Ltd, with GTBank, has N425.6million

18.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with GTBank, has N71.8million

19.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with GTBank, has N23.5million

20.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with GTBank, has N158.5million

21.Another Fotofast Industry Ltd, with GTBank, has N50million

22.Orji Chinedum’s Access Bank personal account - $47,726.64

23.Orji Chinedum’s First Bank personal account – N117.7million

24.Another Orji Chinedum’s Access Bank personal account - $124.3million

25.Another Orji Chinedum’s First Bank personal account – N342.7million

26.Orji Chinedum’s FCMB personal account – N384.9million

27.Another Orji Chinedum’s FCMB personal account – N205.5million

28.Orji Chinedum’s First Bank personal account – $601, 716.62

29.Another Orji Chinedum’s First Bank personal account – N153.9million

30.Another Orji Chinedum’s First Bank personal account – N153m

31.Another Orji Chinedum’s Access Bank personal account - N178.3m

32.Another Orji Chinedum’s Access Bank personal account - $48,000

33.Cheetah Press Ltd, First Bank account – N1.1billion

34.Cheetah Press Ltd, Union Bank account – N430.9million

35.Cheetah Press Ltd, Standard Chartered Bank account – N42million

36.Cheetah Press Ltd, GTBank account – N241million

37.Another Cheetah Press Ltd, GTBank account – N966million

38.Cheetah Press Ltd, UBA account – N143.9million

39.Another Cheetah Press Ltd, UBA account – N2.2billion

40.Another Cheetah Press Ltd, UBA account – N782.7million

41.TravelBETA, UBA account, $788, 174.22

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