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Watch the video above of how Alison Diezani Madueke promised Nigerians that they would be "Touched" through the economic revival of Nigeria, we can now see how she really 'touched' her fellow citizens with her heartless 'loot'.

Why would any normal human being LOOT £13 Billion British Pounds that’s 27 trillions of Naira for in this limited world, which if divided according to the inexact population of Nigerians 170,000,000 people each person will get over N158 millions.

I wonder if former President GEJ could imagine that a woman out of his ex-Ministers could steal such an outrageous amount under his administration without his knowledge.

Wonders shall never end! In reference to the CNN report that the former Minister has made a refund of $90B already.

The money refunded by Diezani should be given to millions of jobless Nigerians as Income and Housing Support

Women, Children and disabled people are dying of hunger daily, University students have no help with their tuition fee and maintenance allowance, terrorists are attacking innocent Nigerians and workers are no longer getting their salaries as at when due, yet only one woman got away with this kind of money.

US Department of Justice (DOJ) lawsuit roped Diezani Alison-Madueke, Nigeria’s former oil minister, in yet another international corruption scandal.

The lawsuit alleges that two Nigerian businessmen, Kola Aluko and Jide Omokore, illegally obtained lucrative oil contracts in Nigeria by repeatedly bribing Alison-Madueke. The men then laundered the proceeds of those contracts through the US by purchasing assets worth $144 million. Going through the court file, the case is thrilling in both the scale of the corruption, the deal making and insight into how the monies were spent.

A High Court ordered the forfeiture of former Minister of Petroleum Diezani Alison-Madueke's $37.5m property on Banana Island, Lagos (Photo credit-Google Maps)