EXPOSED: How Ex-Nigerian High Commissioner To Namibia, Onoh Was Indicted For Corruption, Asked To Refund N50million

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Onoh was accused of illegal diversion of funds meant for the day-to-day operation of the mission and was asked to refund the sum of $45,539.11 (about N19 million), $70,448 (about N30 million), and N614,000. This was part of the recommendation of the seven-man committee headed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amb. Gabriel Aduda.

Alayode.Com has obtained the report of a seven-man committee that indicted former Nigerian High Commissioner to Namibia Lilian Onoh over her alleged financial misappropriation while serving in the Southern African country.

Onoh was accused of illegal diversion of funds meant for the day-to-day operation of the mission and was asked to refund the sum of $45,539.11 (about N19 million), $70,448 (about N30 million), and N614,000. This was part of the recommendation of the seven-man committee headed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amb. Gabriel Aduda. 

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