State of Jersey to return £315m Abacha loot to Nigeria

State of Jersey to return £315m Abacha loot to Nigeria

The State of Jersey, the biggest territory in the Channels Island, is set to return £315 million Abacha loot to Nigeria.

Mr Micheal Birt, the Ballif of Jersey stated this at a dinner in honour of Dr Dalhatu Tafida, Nigerian High Commissioner to the UK during a state visit to the Island.

Birt, who doubles as the Island’s Civic Head of State and ceremonial head, is the highest ranking official in the Jersey order of precedence.

Island, famous for its transparent banking services, had previously repatriated in two tranches £140 million of the loot.
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i wonder what the money will be used for

I believe that's a question to which you already know the answer.

Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN interview dates, venues and requirements for the Non-JAMB National Diploma Programmes candidates for the 2015/2016 academic session.

MAN - Maritime Academy of Nigeria

The management of the Academy wishes to invite all the candidates who applied for the 2015/2016 admission into the Non-JAMB National Diploma Programmes offered by the Academy to attend the Entrance Examination/Admission Interview slated as follows:

1. Date for the Entrance: – Saturday, 15th August, 2015

2. Admission Interview: – 16th – 21st August, 2015

3. Examination Centre: – Maritime Academy of Nigeria
P.M.B 1089,
College Road,
Oron,
Akwa Ibom State

4. Time: – 0730 hour (each day)

Courses:
i) ND – Electrical/Electronic Engineering
ii) ND – Hydrology and Fisheries Science
iii) ND – Marine Meteorology and Oceanography

5. Requirements for the Interview:
Candidates are requested to report for the interview with the following items:
i) Original copy of credentials (including First School Leaving Certificate).
ii) Original copy of Birth Certificate/Age Declaration.
iii) Original copy of Certificate of Local Government/State of Origin.
iv) Print-out of Personal Photo-Card.
v) A pair of White Canvas and Socks.
vi) White Short and Vest.
vii) Blanket.
viii) Bucket and Drinking Cup.
ix) Toiletries.

Note: Candidates are requested to come to the interview venue with a bank draft for the sum of N20,000.00 and addressed to the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron to take care of both Medical Examination and administrative costs. However, where a candidate cannot secure a bank draft, such candidate(s) can as well come to the interview venue with cash.

6. Feeding/Accommodation:
Accommodation would be provided free to all candidates, while arrangement would be made in respect of feeding on pay-as-you-eat basis.

However, candidates are expected to come with sufficient amount of money for their feeding.

•For technical support or assistance kindly contact MR. E. J. ESSIEN
DEPUTY REGISTRAR Maritime Academy of Nigeria telephone on:07036968189 on Mondays-Fridays between hours of 8.00am and 4.00pm.

This notice supersedes all other publications on this subject.

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