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A total of N381m has been recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC from three different accounts of the wife of ex-Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu.

According to a report by The Punch, the sums of N180m, N101m and N100m, were recovered from three different bank accounts of a company which has Mrs. Omolara Amosu as a director and signatory.

It was alleged that the funds were transferred from the account of the Nigeria Air Force to the bank accounts of the undisclosed company.

Read: EFCC arrests wife of former Air Force boss, Amosu after finding N3bn in her accounts

Amosu, who has been detained by the anti-graft agency and quizzed over the procurement of two second-hand Mi-24V Helicopters instead of the recommended Mi-35M series at a cost of $136.9m, would be charged to court once EFCC rounds up its investigation at the end of February 2016.

On Friday, there were reports that a staggering $117,000 cash was recovered from Amosu's Lagos home.

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