Ibori Started His ‘Stealing Career’ In A London Hardware Store As A Cashier – Video By BBC

Before he ever became a governor in Nigeria, James Ibori had been arrested in the early 90s in London where he was working as a cashier at Wickes hardware store. He was fired for allowing his wife to take out products worth £200 without paying. Ibori was also arrested the following year for using a stolen credit card. It was after he moved back to Nigeria that the former governor of Delta State was able to rob millions from Nigerians. Today he was sentenced to 13 years in prison at a London court for money laundering and corruption charges.
This video by BBC explains more:

  1. Anayo Augustine Reply

    Shameless governors of our generation,he’s amongß d past governors
    who made life so miserable 4 d Nigerian people.D present serving governors,legislators, PDP led administration should be getting ready 2 render A/c 4 their stewardship.EFCC,ICPC, NIGERIAN POLICE,JUDICIAL COUNCIL WAKE UP! & safe d future of many Nigerians 4rm these GOLD DIGGERS,without political will.So many of them are still hiding under one particular umbrella.God may U never hesitate 2 expose them d more.

  2. sani sulayman id Reply

    i thot d deltans say dem no dey carry last bt james onanefe ibori hv prove them wrong.havent said that,ibori’s saga ve further exposed our weak institutions,leadership failure,poor guvnance,nd highly corrupt public office holders,et’setra.plz help me complete the remaining ones that i 4got to add.

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