Following the ongoing investigation on Ciudad López Mateos suspended Acting Chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, identity of a pastor who allegedly helped him to buy landed property worth of N573 million in Dubai, has surfaced.
The Presidential Committee on Audit of Recovered Assets (PCARA), in its report, disclosed that one Prophet Emmanuel Omale, a pastor at Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministry, was said to have been used by Magu to operosely launder funds.
Omale’s name was reportedly uncovered during an investigation on EFCC’s activities by the http://junctionmedicalpractice.co.uk/contact/ Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU).
It should be recalled that Prophet Emmanuel Omale, in his prophesies for 2020, said that President Muhammadu Buhari will reappoint, Ibrahim Magu as EFCC Chairman in spite of massive gang up. He also said that the war on corruption will jail two ex-governors who are currently serving as Senators.
Magu is currently being interrogated by a panel headed by Ayo Salami, former president of the appeal court.
He has been accused of not being transparent in managing assets recovered by the commission.
Prophet Omale’s name was reportedly uncovered during an investigation on EFCC’s activities by the Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU).
According to the report, the cleric bought a landed property worth N573 million in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on behalf of Magu.
“Another individual who is helping in laundering funds for the Acting Chairman and who has been referred to in several petitions is one Pastor Emmanuel Omale (Hand of God Prophetic Ministry),” the report read.
“He is reported to have travelled to Dubai with Mr Magu and his name was used in purchasing property in Dubai for Mr Magu.
“As an unknown pastor, the NFIU’s report showed huge movement of funds ranging from N573,228,040.41.”
The report also covered the case of Diezani Alison-Madueke, former minister of petroleum.
PCARA accused Magu of failing to cooperate with authorities in the United Kingdom to facilitate effective prosecution of the case.