NIMASA acquires 3 properties in UK ‘under Tinubu’s regime’— Falana

Femi Falana, SAN says the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) allegedly acquired three properties in England, United Kingdom during the current administration of President Bola Tinubu.


The human Rights lawyer who made the claim during Channels Television Sunrise interview on Friday, failed to provide details on the cost, location and other other details about the properties.

According to him, “NIMASA has just bought three houses in England under this regime. For what? Just to take out the dollar. So, let us run this Country — Nigeria in the interest of our people.

“We (Nigerians) are not a poor Country. But the government is managed in a way that poverty is on hr ascendance”, Falana said.

The apex regulatory and promotional maritime agency (NIMASA), was created from the merger of National Maritime Authority and Joint Maritime Labour Industrial Council.

TheNewspad recalls that the former Parastatals of the Federal Ministry of Transport), was established on 1st August 2006.

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