Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) may seize a few houses having a place with Government High Court Judge, Equity Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia, in the event that she neglects to clarify where she got the cash to purchase the houses. The properties which are situated at 18 Lai Ajayi Bembe Road, Parkview Ikoyi, Lagos and another on Atlantic Drive, UPDC Bequest, Lekki worth about N500m.
One of the houses belonging to the judge
Another house belonging to the judge
EFCC also traced another property in London to Ajumogobia. The EFCC source said the house was hurriedly paid for despite the fact that the mortgage taken on the property was supposed to elapse in 2018. One of the houses belonging to the judge Anti graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is may seize some houses belonging to Federal High Court Judge, Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia, if she fails to explain where she got the money to buy the houses. The properties which are located at 18 Lai Ajayi Bembe Street, Parkview Ikoyi, Lagos and another on Atlantic Drive, UPDC Estate, Lekki worth about N500m Punch newspaper is reporting.
The report added that operatives of the EFCC found incriminating documents at the Ikoyi property when it was searched. “When we first invited her, she told us that she was ill and had been admitted at the Gold Cross Hospital, Bourdillon, Ikoyi. When we visited the place, we found out that she was not there. “Moments later, some of the hospital staff tried to sneak her into the hospital but they were caught red-handed and they apologised. We later led the judge to her Parkview residence and searched the whole place. “When asked where she got the money to build such a house, she said she got some money from her son who won a case against the London Police. She also gave some explanations which we are trying to verify.
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