Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan has been revealed to be addicted to retail. Investigators from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) revealed that Mrs. Jonathan lavished millions of dollars on travel and shopping at stores in London, China, America, Dubai and Germany.

Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan has been revealed to be addicted to retail. Investigators from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) revealed that Mrs. Jonathan lavished millions of dollars on travel and shopping at stores in London, China, America, Dubai and Germany.

Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan has been revealed to be addicted to retail. Investigators from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) revealed that Mrs. Jonathan lavished millions of dollars on travel and shopping at stores in London, China, America, Dubai and Germany.

The EFCC said the funds to finance Mrs. Jonathan’s shopping habit came from $11,849,069.03 which individuals and companies deposited into her Skye Bank and First Bank domiciliary accounts.

According to the EFCC, the First Lady once spent $28,388.72 at Goyard Beijing in Beijing CN on January 28, 2014 and also spent $13, 069.68 on some luxury items at Hulian Xinguang Beijing CN.

The account was opened on September 12, 2013 by a former Special Assistant on Domestic Affairs to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan Hon. Dudafa Waripamo Owei depositing $1,948,400.00.

About 23 other individuals, including the ex-First Lady allegedly deposited cash into the account as follows: Festus Iyoha ($287,100.000); Ocheche Emmanuel ($150,000); Philemon Buoro ($150,000); Festus Isidahomen ($100,000); Felicia Apatake ($148,900); Patricia Okogun ($ 99,700); Buoro Ojo ($400,000); Stella Wasiu ($250,000); Amaka Adebayo ($250,000); Segun Moses ($249,400); Jimoh Peter ($246,700); Ahmed Musa ($196,400); Ibrahim Musa($198,300); Dame P. Jonathan ($100,000); Ayemere Sunday ($ 250,000); Eneji A.P ($300,000); Johnson Ojo ($300,000); Mary Buoro ($400,000); Jude Bosede ($500,000); Festus Iyoha ($400,000); Jimoh Moses ($400,000) and Ahmed Musa ($100,000).

The second account was opened on February 22, 2013 at First Bank, according to reports.

Apart from the ex-First Lady who deposited $2,037,650 in nine tranches, other lodgments ranged from $98,900 to $400,000.

The former SA Domestic, Dudafa Waripamo Owei, led the pack of depositors on 27th February 2013 with a deposit of $400,000. Other depositors are: Germaine ($100,000); Dudafa ($400,000); Germani ($200,000); Ade Suleiman ($200,000); Mohammed Adamu ($300,000); Francis Muhd ($300,000); Kunle Peter ($200,000); Suleiman Ade ($299,900,00) and Jonathan Patience ($2,037,650).

“Detectives traced the transactions pattern placed the card holder in various countries to United States, Great Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, UAE and Italy.

The first lady is currently seeking an out-of-court settlement with the EFCC.

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