How expensive can prayer be? Has Heaven also adopted the per second billing system?

Well, a witness in the ongoing trial of former National Security Adviser to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Sambo Dasuki, has made some shocking allegations.

The witness, led in evidence by EFCC’s counsel, Rotimi Jacobs (SAN), narrated how N650m was transferred from the ONSA’s Zenith Bank account to Acacia Holdings account with Ecobank to cover charges for special prayers.

He, however, said that from the response of Ecobank, N650m was transferred to various individuals and companies contrary to the purpose it was disbursed.

Adariku further revealed that on April 20, 2015, N150m was transferred to the account of Baba-Kusa, and that on April 22, another N70m was transferred to one Jubril Abdullahi for purposes not stated.

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He said that on April 22, an account to account transfer of N50m was forwarded to the account of Baba-Kusa between May 4 and May 6, 2015.

The witness said that another transfer of N150m was made to a company, Medical Plastics Ltd. found to be owned by Baba-Kusa and his wife, Hauwa, who own 1.8 million shares in the company.

The witness further revealed how N200m was transferred from ONSA’s account with Zenith Bank to Acacia Holdings Ltd. account with the United Bank for Africa on October 9, 2014.

In addition, he claims that another N600m was transferred from ONSA’s account to Acacia on April 17, 2015.

Justice John Tsoho adjourned till November 17 for continuation of trial.


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