He was about to become 6.7 billion naira richer but some caution has been applied to delayed the process.

Few weeks after blowing the whistle, the federal government was set to reward him with five percent of the sum recovered.

When he was asked what he intends to do with the money, his response was mind boggling.

"I have been talking to some private jet companies. I plan to get for myself a private jet", he revealed to EFCC.

Sources say some officials decided to invite him for guidance and counselling. They were shocked and amazed at his intentions. 

The Federal High Court in Lagos had ordered the permanent forfeiture of the recovered loot to the Federal Government .

The funds were stashed in iron cabinets and “Ghana-must-go” bags in the apartment before they were discovered and recovered on April 11, 2017 by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Justice Muslim Hassan, who granted the interim order, had given 14 days for anyone interested in the funds to appear before him to show cause why the money should not be permanently forfeited.

Whatever he does with his money is his business, but it is hoped he spends it judiciously