Thursday, 21 January 2016

Diezeani Madueke yesterday showed up to answer allegation of money laundering against her

Former Petroleum Resources Minister Mrs Diezeani Alison-Madueke yesterday showed up at the Charing Cross Police Station in London as part of the investigation into the allegation of money laundering against her.

According to a report on Television Continental (TVC), Mrs Alison-Madueke was granted bail on the same condition given earlier and given a June 21 date to return.

Last October, the former minister was arrested by the UK National Crimes Agency, alongside four others.

She was accused of fraud and money laundering in the United Kingdom using a network of relatives and businessmen.