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Former Nigerian First Lady Claims Frozen Accounts Worth $31.5M

Former Nigerian first lady Patience Jonathan is claiming ownership of bank accounts allegedly worth $31.5 million that have been frozen in a corruption investigation, prompting anti-corruption groups to demand her prosecution.   The wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan filed suit asking the Federal High Court in Lagos to unfreeze five U.S. dollar accounts at Nigeria's Skye Bank. They were frozen by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in July. Separately, her...

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