Summary of assets recovered from DSP Alamieyeseigha

A total of N1.982bn recovered from the sales of 5 real estate, another N1bn recovered from bond bank.

Summary of assets recovered from DSP Alamieyeseigha

[Governor of Bayelsa state in Nigeria | 1999 – 2005]

Sales of 5 real estate – N1.982bn

Recovery from bond bank – N1bn

Proceeds from Chelsea mgt. – N40m

Legacy bond bank recoveries – N105.3m

Proceeds from rent collection – N60m

Pesal Nig. Ltd bank account – 97.7m

USA treasury cheques - $215,000

Chelsea Hotel Management - $226,000

Chelsea Hotel Management – €7,000

Chelsea Hotel Management - £2,000

Including two properties that were returned directly to Bayelsa state, Chelsea Hotel and No 2 Marscibit street, Ishaku Rabiu estate, Wuse II

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