Exclusive: ING Anti -fraud Unit Dispels Claims That Hon Jibrin Owns £1.3 Million, Says Document Is “Fake”
By Adenike Lucas
The anti-fraud unit of the ING bank as rubbished a document claiming to show that Honourable Abdulmumin Jibrin has £1.3 million in his account.
Hon Jibrin who has always denied owning the bank account and a house in Essex, calling it “fake” accused Hon Yakubu Dogara and his chief of staff, Hon CID Maduabum of sponsoring a faceless group to attack him because of the ‘budget padding’ allegation he made against the Speaker of the lower legislative chamber and others.
In an email to the All Progressives Congress in the UK, the Dutch bank which has a London branch in Moorgate reiterated that the statement was “fake.”
“We are sure that the statement is fake as previously advised,” the message from a member of the Anti-fraud team reads.
The Coordinator of the APC UK had previously published the authenticated title deed of No 453 Cranbrook Road, Ilford Essex. IG2 6EW via the group’s verified twitter account@APCUnitedKingdom which also showed that the former chairman of the House Appropriation Committee and member for Kiru/Bebeji constituency, Kano State was not the owner.
The proprietors of the house which cost £352,500 in 2008 are Sharn Pal Sing Dubb, Mjkesh Mandalia and Djpakkumar Shah.