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Nigeria

General Sani Abacha

Date of Birth: 20/07/1943
Place of Birth: Kano
Died: 08/06/1998


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The ripples of OPL 245

This is a shell company controlled by Chief Dan Etete, aka Dauzia Loya Etete, the Oil Minister under General Sani Abacha, who ruled in 1993-98...


There will be blood... and oil

General Sani Abacha’s son, now seeking political office with the governing People’s Democratic Party (PDP), is building a coalition to obtain his part of the plunder...

Dan Etete, aka Chief Dauzia Loya Etete, an Oil Minister in the notoriously corrupt regime of the late General Sani Abacha, had in 1998 awarded a shell company he controlled, Malabu Oil and Gas, the rights to one of the richest oil deposits in Nigerian waters (AC Vol 40 No 7, Muddy waters)...

Etete also cut out Mohammed Sani Abacha from the profits...

Abba Sani Abacha was convicted of being a member of a criminal organisation in Switzerland and failed in his efforts to prevent the Geneva court from seizing $350 mn...

He added, ‘the ghost of Sani Abacha’s reputation seemed likely to kill the deal...


Chip off the old block

The children of the late dictator General Sani Abacha are making headlines...

The oldest, Mohammed Sani Abacha, operates a political network based in Kano, where his father was brought up...

Abacha’s daughter, Gumsu Sani Abacha, responded to Soyinka: ‘I reject his stupid, foolish, insignificant statement’...

Her brother Sadiq Sani Abacha wrote an incoherent 1,800-word ‘open letter’ insulting Soyinka, calling him a coward, casting aspersions on his honesty and defending his father’s record, including bringing down inflation and increasing foreign currency reserves...


Presidential letter bombs

’ He then goes on to refer to the government’s claimed role in securing the acquittal of Major Hamza al Mustapha, the Chief Security Officer to military leader General Sani Abacha, who was on trial on charges that he organised the assassination of Kudirat Abiola, wife of the winner of the 1993 elections, Chief Moshood Abiola (AC Vol 53 No 6, Abacha’s ghost and Boko Haram)...


The Delta catches fire again

Bodo was also the base for Ogoni activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, who was hanged along with eight other members of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People by General Sani Abacha's military regime in 1995 (AC Vol 36 No 25)...


An insurgency without the oil

Then a military regime, led by General Sani Abacha from the north-east, tried to use the army to crush a militant insurgency in the Niger Delta...


Law suits unravel

Yet the 2009 US$15 million settlement with the family of executed Ogoni leader Ken Saro-Wiwa and other victims of General Sani Abacha’s regime could never have been reached if this ruling had been in place (AC Vol 54 No 5)...


Beggar your pardon

When the scale of the outcry became clear, Jonathan's media handlers let it be known that he had also pardoned four military officers falsely accused of plotting against Sani Abacha's regime – only for it to emerge that they had already been pardoned in 1999...


Eko Atlantic arises from the sea bed

Lebanese multi-millionaire Chagoury was the self-styled chief financial advisor to the late military leader, General Sani Abacha, whose record of grand corruption and egregious human rights abuses plumbed new lows for Nigerian governance...


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