Swiss To Return $321 Million In Stolen Cash To Nigeria


In 2014, Nigeria and the Abacha family reached an agreement for the West African united states to get lower back the funds, which had been frozen, in return for shedding a criticism towards the former military ruler’s son, Abba Abacha.
Switzerland will return to Nigeria around $321 million in belongings seized from the family of former navy ruler Sani Abacha with the aid of a deal signed with the World Bank on Monday, the Swiss government said.

Transparency International, a corruption watchdog, has accused Abacha of stealing up to $5 billion of public cash in the course of the 5 years he ran the oil-rich country, from 1993 until his demise in 1998.