Saturday, 23 February 2008


Nigerian President
Originally uploaded by chidi opara reports
Apparently as a result of our story entitled: HARVEST OF SLUSH FUNDS IN NIGERIA'S CAPITAL CITY, there have been last minute cautious moves by the facilitators of Nigeria's most recent racket.

We are aware that all those involved in the movement of cash to the locations of disbursement have been dropped for a new set. Our source was one of those dropped, we are presently trying to infiltrate the new set.

We are also aware that the time and venues have been changed to forestall leakage.

Unconfirmed information has it that the venues has been shifted to three locations in Suleja(names withheld), a town in Niger State, close to Abuja. We are also aware that time have not been made known to those concerned so far, meanwhile all concerned have been advised not to show up in person but to send only trusted aides to the new venues.

We can now report that so far, the list is made up of seven first class traditional rulers, fifteen Senators, twenty-three house of representatives members, three civil society activists, five news editors and ten columnists(names withheld). The name of an online news publisher may feature in the list, but at the moment, there is fear that since he worked with the campaign organization of one the presidential candidates now challenging the election of Yar'Adua in 2007 as a political consultant, he may squeal if contacted.


This is the first publicly available photo of Mr. Henry Okah, a Nigerian businessman based in South- Africa. Mr. Okah, who is from the Niger delta region of Nigeria, formed the MOVEMENT FOR THE EMANCIPATION OF NIGER DELTA(MEND), with others. He was subsequently, made the spokesman of the group and was the first to adopt the pseudonym "Jomo Gbomo".

He was operating in that capacity till September 3rd, 2007 when he was arrested in Angola on allegation of gun running.

Mr. Okah is currently in custody in Nigeria preparatory for possible arraignment in court.