News reaching Integrity Watchdog is that Ex-Director General of National Emercency Management Agency (NEMA) Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi who is currently being investigated for a N7 billion naira fraud allegedly has fled the country after suspecting that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is about to arrest him and also confiscate his entire property.
Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi who was appointed by the Goodluck Jonathan administration was previously accused of a 4.8 billion naira contract fraud which is also being investigated by the EFCC. Anti-corruption and Integrity Forum petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission about illegal withdrawals of over 7 billion naira by the Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi from the Agency’s coffers shortly before he was sacked. Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi allegedly allegedly withdrew 7 billion naira few weeks before his sack as Director General of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA.)
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is is presently investigating Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi for embezzling over 7 billion naira and his involvement in another 5 billion naira fraud from which the proceeds is allegedly used to purchase a myriad of properties all over Abuja.
Integrity Watchdog however, uncovered locations of some properties Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Sidi acquired from the proceeds of the alleged crimes.
Integrity Watchdog promises to publish detailed documents and addresses of properties acquired by Ex-NEMA Director General also being investigated by the EFCC. The Anti-corruption and Integrity Forum urges the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to seal the properties and file for interim forfeiture as no man is above the law of the nation.
Below are pictures of properties allegedly acquire from proceeds of the 7 billion naira illegal withdrawal.