Senator Stella Oduah has urged the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration to act in accordance with the law in investigating and prosecuting corruption allegations against the former Minister of Petroleum, Dieziani Allison-Madueke.
She said this while speaking to reporters in Abuja on Tuesday.
Oduah, who is a former Minister of Aviation, said that Alison-Madueke should be tried in the court and be convicted before the forfeiture of her property.
“We have laws in this country. We have processes and policies on how things ought to be done. If we are law-abiding, then we must do things according to the law.
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“Anything outside that is going to be illegal, in my own view,” she said.
Naija News reports that a Federal High Court in Lagos had on August 28, ordered the final forfeiture of N7.6billion being alleged loot recovered from Allison-Madueke.
September 22 has been fixed, to hear the application for the final forfeiture of four properties valued at N2.6billion, linked to Allison-Madueke.