A massive investigation has revealed more of the monies and properties allegedly acquired by the Minister of Petroleum Resources Diezani Alison-Madueke while in office.

The new narrative claims that the commission has traced mind boggling sums and property to the former Minister.

These revelations were contained in a fact-sheet released by the Public Affairs Directorate of the EFCC.

The fact-sheet is signed by two officers of the directorate, Tony Orilade and Aishah Gambari.

In the fact-sheet, the EFCC gave the details of the properties linked with the ex-minister.

It accused Alison Madueke of acquiring a block of six units serviced apartments a few metres away from the EFCC zonal operations hub in Ikoyi.

The agency also claimed that Madueke has N23,446,300,000 and $5milion (about N1.5billion) cash in various banks.

Below are some of the monies and property linked to the former minister:

  • A block of six units serviced apartments at 135, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
  • 21 mixed housing units of eight four-bedroom apartments, two penthouse apartments of  three-bedrooms each and six three-bedroom (all en-suite) terrace apartments in Yaba
  • A twin four-bedroom duplex   at   Lekki Phase one, Lagos
  • A large expanse of land at Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos
  • A duplex  at 10, Frederick Chiluba Close in Asokoro, Abuja
  • A six-bedroom en-suite apartment on Aso Drive, Maitama, Abuja
  • 16 four-bedroom terrace duplexes at No. Heritage Court Estate, Plot 2C, Omerelu Street, Diobu GRA, Phase 1 Extension, Port Harcourt.
  • N234m, $5m in bank accounts

Only the $37.5million Banana Island property has been forfeited to the Federal Government by the ex-minister.