Bukola Saraki & Intercontinental Bank
Abubakar Bukola Saraki (b. 19 December 1962) was elected governor of Kwara State, Nigeria in 29 May 2003, holding office for two terms. Intercontinental Bank Plc., commonly referred to as Intercontinental Bank, but often simply called Intercontinental, is a commercial bank in Nigeria. /5
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OPINION: Harmony Holdings Limited: A Monumental Fraud And Cash Cow. By Abdullahi Imam Abdullahi will interest Kwarans that Harmony Holdings Limited designed and conceptualized by Senator Bukola Saraki and eventually established by Governor AbdulFatah Ahmed, was handed over to Temitope Adesunloye Daramola to administer as Chief Executive Officer. The same Tope Daramola that Kwarans rallied against as Director General, The Bureau of Lands, Kwara State. The same Tope Daramola that was an alleged accomplice of Bukola Saraki in the Intercontinental Bank loan scandal. Other members of the board include Professor Halidu Ibrahim Abubakar who serves as the Chairman. The rest of the board are other Bukola Saraki's cronies and allies. Mr. Adebayo Sanni, Ladi Hassan, Ibraheem Yinka Yahaya, and Hamzat Balogun. It is noteworthy to point out that the Ilorin Emirate Descendants Progressive Union in 2012 launched a fierce battle to have the present GMD/CEO of Harmony Holdings Limited, Tope Daramola removed as Director Gen ...
Sanusi, his school mate at kings college and friend, Bukola Saraki and Lai Alabi allegedly fraudulently acquired Intercontinental Bank Plc
The only policy that Lamido Sanusi Implemented whie in the saddle as CBN Governor that didn't go down well with me was the controversial removal of Dr. Erastus Akingbola as the CEO of the defunct Intercontinental Bank leading to the questionable acquisition of the bank by Dr. Bukola Saraki, using the Yar'adua's clan and Mr. AIG Imaquode, CEO, Access Bank. Aside that, Sanusi was on point!
THE REAL VESTED INTERESTS: Act1 scene1 September 29th,2010. Erastus Akingbola's Petition exposes Bukola Saraki, Lamido Sanusi... Erastus Akingbola, former MD/CEO Intercontinental Bank PLC wrote the AGF thus: The Honourable Attorney-General & Minister Of Justice Attorney-General’s Chambers Federal Ministry Of Justice, Abuja. Dear Sir: 1. About two and a half years ago, Dr. Bukola Saraki requested that we merge Societe Generale with Intercontinental Bank (IB) Plc. We conducted a due diligence exercise and noticed N30bn negative capital – so the board of IB Plc turned it down. Dr. Saraki was very unhappy. 2. When time came for the renewal of Gov. Soludo’s appointment as CBN Governor, Dr. Saraki blocked it with late President Yar’Adua and brought him Lamido Sanusi. Being my customer, Dr. Saraki confirmed this personally to me. 3. Lamido Sanusi was appointed CBN Gov. on 4th June, 2009, and on the 18th June, - after just two weeks in office – he sent CBN examiners to five banks including IB Plc. This ...
Soni Akoji wrote: BREAKING: Court lashes the Nigerian Police as the case of corruption/fraudulent loan charges against Senator Bukola Saraki is dismissed and the remains of Pastor Erastus Akingbola's Intercontinental Bank is finally interred. Baba Oloye o! Now let us give 3 standing "Shiors" to the Peoples Senator & Scion of Baba Oloye! Shior! Shior!! Shior!!!
Ex-Gov. Bukola Saraki destroys Intercontinental Bank as Court asks police to dismiss corruption charges against him...
Trouble for Saraki Date: 2012-05-14 Bukola Saraki, former governor of Kwara State, is battling to stop the police from arresting him over a debt forgiveness controversially granted him by the former managing director of Intercontinental Bank For almost four years now, the N40 billion loan write-offs by Mahmoud Lai Alabi, the turnaround managing director the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, appointed for Intercontinental Bank PLC following the removal of Erastus Akingbola, the bank's founding boss in August 2009 had confounded bankers even in the CBN. That time, all the written-off loans had been classified as "good" and "performing" by CBN examiners. More worrisome was the fact that N9.97 billion of the loans totalling N11.97 billion granted four companies - Limkers, Dicetrade, Skyview Properties and Joy Petroleum � allegedly belonging to Bukola Saraki, then governor of Kwara State, although secured with his choice properties in Ikoyi and Victoria Island in Lagos and Abuja, were waived when the bank could ...
Police declare Saraki wanted over N21b fraud Special Fraud Unit of the Nigeria Police Force has declared former governor of Kwara State, Bukola Saraki, wanted over a N21 billion bank loan fraud at the defunct Intercontinental Bank of Nigeria. The police order was issued shortly after Justice Gladys Olotu, presiding at the Federal High Court 4 in Abuja, denied the former governor (now a serving senator), a plea to restrain the police from interrogating or arresting him. Confirming the story,
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