Extradition Process To Bring Alison Madueke Home Will Soon Be Underway As EFCC Has Submitted Required Decuments
Documents relating to former Petroleum Resources Minister Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke’s extradition has been submitted to the Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN).
Besides a comprehensive investigative report on the ex-minister, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the documents included a Red Alert watch-list by the International Police Organization (INTERPOL), and court judgments on the forfeiture of some prime assets by Mrs. Alison-Madueke.
According to a source, who spoke in confidence with our correspondent, the extradition process would soon begin.
The source said: “ We are hastening up the process for the extradition of the ex-minister of Petroleum Resources from the United Kingdom. The EFCC has made the extradition a priority goal in 2019.
“We have submitted documents to the AGF, including investigative report, court judgments on forfeiture of assets by Diezani and her assets, judicial decisions on some of his co-accused persons, and the INTERPOL alert on her.
“She has finally forfeited some prized assets. The assets lost to the Federal Government by the ex-Minister include a multi-storey building in Banana Island Foreshore Estate in Ikoyi, Lagos; a real estate comprising six flats in Ikoyi and an estate of 21 mixed housing in Yaba, Lagos.
“Many properties allegedly linked with Diezani have also been placed under interim forfeiture by the anti-graft commission.