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15 Sep, 7 tweets, 4 min read

1. SERAP v. FGN: Suit No: FHC/CS/964/2016: Hon Justice Shagari ordered @NigeriaGov to tell Nigerians details of all recovered stolen assets to date & the status of such assets.
@MBuhari @ProfOsinbajo
2. SERAP v. Minister of Power Suit No: FHC/L/CS/105/2019: Hon. Justice Chuka Obiozor ordered @NigeriaGov to release details of payments of billions of Naira to all corrupt electricity contractors who disappeared with public funds without executing any projects from 1999 to date.
3. SERAP v. AGF: Suit No: FHC/IKJ/CS/248/2011 Hon Justice Mohammed Idris ordered @NigeriaGov to prosecute principal officials and lawmakers suspected of padding and stealing N481bn from 2016 budget. The court also ordered publication of the report on alleged 2016 budget padding.
4. SERAP v. Federal Republic of Nigeria & Anor (No. 1) - ECW/CCJ/APP/08/08: The ECOWAS court held that every Nigerian child is entitled to the right to education and ordered @NigeriaGov to provide education as a matter of rights and address corruption in the education sector.
5. SERAP v. Federal Republic of Nigeria (No. 2) ECW/CCJ/JUD/18/2012: The ECOWAS court ordered @NigeriaGov to hold all oil companies operating in the Niger Delta to account for oil pollution and associated human rights violations in that part of Nigeria and to pay compensation.
6. SERAP v FGN: Suit No: FHC/L/CS/1497/2017: Hon. Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo ordered @NigeriaGov and
@MalamiSan to challenge the legality of states' life pension laws & to recover pensions collected by ex-governors now serving as ministers and members of the National Assembly.
7. SERAP v FGN: Suit No: FHC/IKJ/CS/248/2011: Hon. Justice Idris ordered President Buhari to publish details of spending of all recovered stolen funds since 1999 by his government, and those of former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, and Goodluck Jonathan.

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More from @SERAPNigeria

8 Sep
Femi Falana, SAN on the recent fuel price hike: "The fuel price increase negates the principles of the Nigerian constitution. President Buhari should live up to his responsibility. The increase in fuel price is illegal and should be annulled.
The hike will increase the tempo of anger, frustration and desperation of Nigerians who are daily being pushed to the extreme of tolerance of the government's extremist socio-economic programmes
Nigerians have been stretched beyond their reasonable elastic limit with the ceaseless imposition of policies that push the masses to cliff edge of livelihood.

The Federal Government has taken yet another illegal decision. Nigerians are not expected to obey illegal orders.
Read 5 tweets
6 Sep
BREAKING: In response to our FoI with @Connected_dev the FG has stated that it spent N30,540,563,571.09 in 4 months to fight COVID-19. Of the N36.3bn public funds & donations received, PTF on COVID-19 spent N22bn; 36 states spent N7bn; NAF spent N877m; and @PoliceNG spent N500m.
Our reply to the Accountant General's letter sent yesterday, read: "We acknowledge receipt of the letter signed on your behalf by Mrs Odanwu Chizoba, which provides some information on inflows and outflows of COVID-19 funds, drawn from the COVID-19 Eradication Support Accounts.
We note that the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 spent N22bn; 36 states spent N7bn to support their COVID-19 initiatives; Nigerian Air Force spent N877m for deployment of assets in support of COVID-19 operations; & Nigeria Police spent N500m on personal protective equipment.
Read 7 tweets
26 Aug
BREAKING: We call on @NigBarAssoc to immediately withdraw the invitation of ex-President Obasanjo, for reportedly calling Justice MB Idris "stupid and ignorant", after the judge ruled that details on the spending of recovered stolen public funds since 1999 be widely published.
Obasanjo should apologise to the highly respected judge, who is now at the Court of Appeal, and to Nigerians. He should also publicly support the enforcement of the judgment and call on President Buhari to implement it.
Following the judgment in 2016, Obasanjo reportedly said, “They said the money recovered from Abacha, I should account for it. What stupidity! The man [Justice Idris] who asked for it, the man who gave the judgement or who answered them are all stupid.”
Read 6 tweets
19 Jul
SERAP has sent an open letter to President @MBuhari urging him to use his leadership position to urgently set up a presidential investigative panel to probe grave corruption allegations in @NDDCOnline...
..including allegations that the agency illegally spent N81.5 billion, on travels, ‘condolences’, consultancy and ‘public communication between January and July 2020
We also asked @MBuhari to immediately suspend Mr Godswill Akpabio, the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs and all those implicated in the allegations pending the outcome of any such investigation
Read 32 tweets
31 May
SERAP has sent a Freedom of Information request to President @MBuhari requesting him to use his leadership position to provide spending details of all loans obtained by the government since May 29, 2015, including details & locations of projects on which the loans have been spent
We're also urging him to set up an independent audit of all loans to resolve any allegations of mismanagement and corruption, and to publish spending details of loans obtained by successive administrations since 1999,...
...list of countries & bodies that have given the loans & specific repayment conditions.
Read 22 tweets
22 May
BREAKING: We're calling on President Buhari to immediately obey the rule of law and enforce court judgments, including:

*The judgment by Justice M. Idris ordering his government to publish spending details of stolen funds recovered by governments since 1999
@MBuhari @MalamiSan
*The judgment by Justice Oguntoyinbo ordering the FG to recover pensions collected by former governors now serving as ministers and members of @nassnigeria and directing AGF to challenge the legality of states’ pension laws permitting ex-governors, etc to collect such pensions.
*The judgment by Justice Mohammed Idris ordering the prosecution of senior lawmakers suspected of padding and stealing N481 billion from the 2016 budget; and the publication of the report of investigations into the alleged padding of the 2016 budget
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