Before they told us stealing is not corruption -
 Nigerians react to Patience Jonathan's visit to Skye bank

Before they told us stealing is not corruption - Nigerians react to Patience Jonathan's visit to Skye bank

- Dame Patience Jonathan, on Monday, April 10 stormed the Skye Bank Plc branch in Maitama, Abuja to make cash withdrawal from her unblocked account

- A Lagos High Court had blocked the account in December on the request of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on suspicion the money it holds $5.9 million was proceed of crime

Nigerians reacts to Patience visit to skye bank

Patience Jonathan leaving Skye bank in Maitama, Abuja after she tried to make cash withdrawal from her unblocked account

Reactions have trailed Dame Patience Jonathan's visit to Skye bank to make withdrawal on her accoun recently unfrozen by a Lagos High Court.

The wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, on Monday, April 10, stormed the Skye Bank Plc branch in Maitama, Abuja to make cash withdrawal from her account but she met a brickwall.

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A Lagos High Court blocked the account in December on the request of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on suspicion the money it holds $5.9 million was proceed of crime.

Patience Jonathan’s lawyer, Mr Ifedayo Adedipe (SAN), had urged the court to unfreeze Jonathan’s account on the grounds that she was not a party in the suit leading to the freezing order.

NAIJ.com gathered that Justice Mojisola Olatoregun lifted the temporary forfeiture order as a result of which the former first lady showed up at the Skye Bank PLC, Maitama, Abuja where she operates the account.

Read their reactions below:

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Source: Naij.com

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