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A former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke (SAN) and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Damian Dodo, have been fingered in the scandalous Halliburton fraud that rocked Nigeria few years back.

According to news report by Punch Newspaper, the former AG and SAN were fingered alongside 3 other lawyers by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

This is coming after the agency revisited the Halliburton bribe case and stepped up investigations into the corrupt practice.

It was further reported that was Dodo was quizzed for over eight hours on Thursday, February 11, 2016 over his alleged involvement in the case - He was alleged to have received $4.5m through his firm, DD Dodo and Co. from the multinationals under the cover of legal fees.

Dodo was also alleged to have withdrawn over $2m in cash, but he denied the allegations levelled against him saying he and the other lawyers were only paid for their services.

He went further to reveal that the former Attorney General was also in the know of the services rendered as they submitted a report to the Federal Government having completed their given tasks.

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