I remember that we had a discussion of this issue some time back....with a sentiment that a dragnet on Banks to determine who own STUPENDOUSLY idle funds/deposits within the banks was somehow un-constitutional and un-democratic, and could put a damper on business.
But clearly, with all kinds of stupendous monies being found in toilet tanks in Nassarawa, container dumps in Kaduna, and bastard apartments in Ikoyi, there is quite a lot of money like these below in bank accounts in Nigeria.
Bank accounts are the obvious frontier for the anti-corruption fight in Nigeria.....
And there you have it.
Top Nigerian politician in trouble as EFCC uncovers N6billion in bank accounts
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