Certified copies of Tinubu’s drug trafficking and money laundering case are published by a US court.

Following the publication of certified accurate copies of Ahmed Bola Tinubu‘s drug trafficking and money laundering case in Chicago by a United States District Court in the Northern District of Illinois, Twitter erupted.

The former governor of Lagos State later forfeited the crime’s earnings to the American government.

The $460,000 that First Heritage Bank and Citibank were holding in trust for Tinubu, the APC’s presidential candidate, was forfeited to the American government because it was the profits of drug-related crimes.

Michael J. Shepard, the attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, stated in the 59-page attested court decision from 1993 that the court has jurisdiction over the case brought before it by special agent Kevin Moss.

Through a proxy organization run by one Adegboyega Mueez Akande, Tinubu was charged with heroin trafficking in the state of Illinois in the judgment docketed on July 26, 1993, and certified by Thomas O. Burton, the court clerk.

According to the most recent certified copies of the court case, which were obtained on August 10, Tinubu and two other people named K.O. Tinubu and Alhaji Mogati were involved in laundering money and banking the proceeds of illegal drug sales at Heritage Bank and Citibank.

Despite the fact that Tinubu has remained silent over the drug issue, he assured the Independent and National Electoral Commission (INEC) in his application to run for president that he had never been convicted of a crime.

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