1. Umaru Fintiri – A Federal High Court in Abuja requested the remand of a previous Acting Governor of Adamawa State, Umaru Fintiri, in Kuje jail, Abuja, more than five tallies of tax evasion charges including about N1.9bn favored against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
2. Sambo Dasuki: The previous National Security Adviser is on a 19-check charge verging on government evasion and criminal rupture of trust to the tune of N13bn. Mr. Dasuki purportedly dispersed billions of naira implied for arms buy for the battle against the extremist Boko Haram gathering, to government officials, his buddies and relatives.
3. Olisah Metuh: Metuh is the representative of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Metuh is accused of break of open trust, degenerate obtaining of open assets and IRS evasion. EFCC blamed Metuh for getting the N400m from “an unlawful movement” of the quick past National Security Adviser (NSA), Mohammed Sambo Dasuki.
4. Olusola Amosu: Air Marshal Amosu (rtd) is the quick past Chief of Air Staff. He is involved in the continuous test of the $2.1 billion arms acquirement reserve. Amosu is blamed for taking part in acts that were “misdirecting and unpatriotic” as well as of scamming the nation in acquisition bargains for assault helicopters and other gear for the Nigerian Air Force.
5. Femi Fani Kayode: A Federal High Court requested the remand of a previous Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode over an asserted misrepresentation of N4.6bn. Fani-Kayode, who was the representative for previous President Goodluck Jonathan’s battle association in the 2015 general race, was blamed for contriving with the others to straightforwardly and in a roundabout way hold different aggregates which the EFCC guaranteed they should have sensibly known were continues of them.
6. Alex Badeh: A Federal High Court judge in Abuja sent previous Nigerian Chief of Defense Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh (rtd) to Kuje jail. Mr. Badeh was summoned in court for corruptly advancing himself with Nigerian Airforce resistance assets to the tune of N4 billion. Agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) asserted they found more than 1 million dollars in concealed safes amid a pursuit at the home of the previous aviation based armed forces general.
7. Abba Moro: Abba Moro is the previous Minister of Interior. Moro is right now confronting trial over their claimed complicity in a N676 million occupation enlistment trick. He is offering an explanation to a 11-count charge favored as a detriment to them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
8. Uche Secondus: The Deputy National Chairman of the PDP purportedly got 25 outlandish autos worth over N300million which the troubled promoter of Atlantic Energy Concepts Limited, Jide Omokore, supposedly purchased for top authorities of the Peoples Democratic Party. Ruler Secondus got the autos for ahead dispersion to different recipients. Secondus was captured in his Abuja home.
9. Raymond Dokpesi: The AIT Boss, close by his organization, DAAR Investment and Holdings was araigned to the six-tally charge verging on claimed acquisition extortion and rupture of open trust favored against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
10. Lawal Isa Jafaru: The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission as of late captured Jafaru, who is a previous military legislative leader of Kaduna State and chieftain of the decision All Progressives Congress. Jafaru is President Mohammadu Buhari’s political partner. The resigned officer is accepted to have been captured for getting more than 100 million frrom National Security Adviser (NSA), Sambo Dasuki.
11. Olusola Oguntoyinbo: – Air Vice Marshal Olutayo Oguntoyinbo was remanded in Kuje jail taking after his arraignment in the witness of a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory. Oguntoyinbo, who is a previous head of preparing and operations of the aviation based armed forces, was blamed for accepting the pay off from a temporary worker with the NAF, Société D’ Equipments Internationaux Nigeria Limited, utilizing an organization, Spaceweb Integrated Services Limited.