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Don’t be a Political tool

Fellow Nigerians don’t be a political tool for APC or PDP. Rather, we should hold each politician accountable for their activities. Division is the oldest tool in the box to divide and rule.

Whether based on tribal, religious, or geography. Nigerians are well educated, but i notice quite a few can’t go a day without criticizing APC or PDP.  Some people even want a political party to fail,  to prove their theory of the other political party right.

If a ruling party fails, that means millions of Nigerians suffer. We should all route for Buhari to succeed and criticize where necessary.

This fuel crisis have been handled badly. The government deserve some flaks and rightly so.

But criticism, should be geared towards them getting it right.  Not  hoping or wishing they don’t get it right. There by wishing many millions of your fellow Nigerians hardship.

Don’t be a tool. Root for Nigeria to succeed, that is how we can succeed as individuals.

 

 

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Full List of Panama Leaked Names

This is  the full and comprehensive names in the leaked document.

Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca — which specializes in helping foreign individuals and companies  set up international shell companies to protect their financial assets – leaked the papers to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to expose the offshore holdings and hidden financial dealings of some of the world’s most familiar names.

 

Our list is comprehensive and easy  on the eye.

Heads of state and government
Current:
Mauricio Macri, President of Argentina

While Macri was mayor of Buenos Aires, he did not disclose his position on Fleg Trading Ltd., where he was the director. The company was incorporated in the Bahamas in 1998.

 

Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, Prime Minister of Iceland (Resigned)

The Prime Minister and his wife, Anna Sigurlaug Pálsdóttir, held approximately $4 millions in bonds through Wintris Inc., a shell company based out of the tax haven British Virgin Islands. He didn’t disclose his 50% stake in the company when he took office in 2009, and then sold his share in Wintris Inc. to his wife for $1 at the end of 2009. This is an important revelation, because PM. Sigmundur was elected as an anti-establishment figure against the banking crisis and is quite clearly as bad as they were.
 Vladimir Putin, President of Russia

Sergey Roldugin, who’s a friend of Putin’s, was listed as the owner of several offshore companies that received shadowy money in the range of tens of millions of dollars. ICIJ said “the evidence in the files suggests Roldugin is acting as a front man for a network of Putin loyalists — and perhaps for Putin himself.”  The Russian government has already said it was “obvious” President Vladimir Putin was the main target of the Panama Papers leak. Whether or not the objective of the leak was to smear the Russian president, the findings showed a $2 billion trail of secret offshore deals and loans all pointing toward Putin
 Xi Jinping, President of People’s Republic of China
In 2009, Deng Jiagui, Xi Jinping’s brother in law, became the sole proprietor of the companies Best Effect Enterprises Ltd. and Wealth Ming International Limited, both of which were based out of (you guessed it) British Virgin Islands. It is, however, unclear what the companies were used for.
 Bashar Al Assad, Syrian President

Rami and Hafez Makhlouf, which are Assad’s two cousins, has long been the target of international sanctions and are suspected to be in control of important gateways to the Syrian oil and telecom business.
Salman, King of Saudi Arabia
Salman held an “unspecific role” in a company called Safason Corporation SPF S.A. that owned British Virgin Island companies which took out $34 million in mortgages to purchase luxury homes in London. He’s also the primary user of a yacht that was held by a British Virgin Island company.

Najib Abdul Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia

Mohd Nazifuddin bin Mohd Najib, son of the Prime minister, has had a wide range of businesses in sectors such as: finance, technology, energy, paints and coatings, and mass transit. Became VP of the Olympic Council of Malaysia in 2015.
 Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Abu Dhabi

 Sheikh Khalifa, one of the world’s wealthiest men, was the owner of, at the very least, 30 different companies established in the British Virgin Islands by Mossack Fonseca.

 Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine

 Poroshenko’s assets include auto plants, a TV channel, a chocolate business, and a shipyard. He’s the sole proprietor of a holding company called Prime Asset Partners Limited, which was set up through Mossack Fonseca.
Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan
3 of Nawas Sharif’s 4 children (Mariam, Hasan, and Hussain) are implicated in the Panama Paper leak. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the family over their business network in industries that include: steel, sugar, paper mills, and international property holdings.
Former Bidzina Ivanishvili, Prime Minister of Georgia

 Bidzina owned a trust called Lynden Management Ltd. that was based out of the British Virgin Islands. It was established by Credit Suisse, and has come under scrutiny for the fuzzy source of its funds.
Ayad Allawi, Prime Minister of Iraq

Ayad Allawi controlled a British Virgin Island company named Moonlight Estate Limited and a Panama registered company named I.M.F holdings; both controlled real-estate in England.

 

 Ali Abu al-Ragheb, Prime Minister of Jordan

Ali Abu was the director of several British Virgin Island based investment companies; he held 3 different companies in Seychelles and had family members serving as board of directors on multiple British Virgin Island companies.
Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of Qatar
Less than a year after Hamad bin Khalifa contacted Mossack Fonseca to buy a shelf company registered in the British Virgin Islands. The company, Afrodille S.A., would hold accounts in Luxembourg banks and shares in two South African companies.

Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, Prime Minister of Qatar

 Hamad bin Jassim held investment companies in Panama and two companies, which he co-owned with the then-Qatar Emir Hamad bin Khalifa. He’ve also held several other companies in the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands – also one through which he managed a $300 million yacht.
Ahmed al-Mirghani, President of Sudan
Al-Mirghani owned Orange Star Corporations, which was a company based out of the British Virgin Islands. After being created in 1995, Orange Star Corporation made a long lease purchase of an apartment in London for more than $600,000. When al-Mirghani died, he held assets through the company worth $2.72 million dollars, according to ICIJ.
Pavlo Lazarenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine
Lazarenko was convicted in June 2000 for money laundering in Switzerland and then in the United States in 2004 and then sentenced to 9 years in prison; the sentence was then reduced to 97 months (8 years and 1 month). $250 million from his offshore accounts are still being tracked down by U.S. authorities.

Other government officials

Algeria

Abdeslam Bouchouareb, Minister of Industry and Mines
o In 2015, Bouchouareb became the sole owner of Royal Arrival Corp., a company based out of

Panama. He managed the company through another company called Compagnie d’Etude, which was based out of Luxembourg.
Angola
José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos, Minister of Petroleum
o José was one out of two individuals who had power of attorney for the a company valued at $1 million named Madea Investments Limited. It was moved to Samoa in 2006 after having been incorporated in Niue in 2001. Madea Investments Limited was inactivated in 2009.
Argentina
Néstor Grindetti, Mayor of Lanús

Grindetti had the power of attorney for the Panama based company called Mercier International SA, which was incorporated in 2010. He held the power of attorney until 2013. The only shares were bearer shares, which makes it harder to track down ownership of the company.
Botswana
Ian Kirby, President of the Botswana Court of Appeal and former Attorney General
Kirby was one of the shareholder of seven British Virgin Island based companies. While Attorney General, he first appeared in the documents as a shareholder for Bellbrook Estates Limited in 2005. At least 3 of the British Virgin Island companies held property in the United Kingdom.

Brazil

Eduardo Cunha, President of the Chamber of Deputies
Joaquim Barbosa, former President and Justice of the Supreme Federal Court
Barbosa set up a British Virgin Island based company called Assas JB1 in order to buy Florida real estate in 2012.

João Lyra, Member of the Chamber of Deputies

Cambodia
Ang Vong Vathana, Minister of Justice
Vathana was 1 of 5 registered shareholders of RCD International Limited, based out of the British Virgin Islands. The Minister of Justice bought 5000 shares for $5000; the purpose of the company, however, is still somewhat of a mystery.

Chile
Alfredo Ovalle Rodriguez, intelligence agency associate
Rodriguez was given power of attorney for a Panamanian company called Sierra Leona SA in 2002. He used the company to invest in mining and food distribution sectors in Chile.

Democratic Republic of the Congo
Jaynet Désiréé Kabila Kyungu, Member of the National Assembly
A few months after Janyet’s brother became president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Keratsu Holding Limited was started in Niue. Janyet was co-director with another Congolese named Kalume Nyembwe. Keratsu Holding Ltd was even stakeholder for one of Congo’s largest mobile phone operators.

Republic of the Congo
Bruno Itoua, Minister of Scientific Research and Technical Innovation and former Chairman of the SNPC
While energy advisor to the president of the Republic of Congo, Bruno jean-Richard Ltoua was the attorney to represent two offshore companies in 2004. The companies, Denvest Capital strategies Inc was based in the British Virgin Islands and Grafin Associated SA was based in Panama. The companies had at that time issued unregistered shares which were to belong to the person who physically holds them. According to Fonseca however, the companies became inactive in 2006 and 2007.

Ecuador
Galo Chirboga, current Attorney General
Chirboga was hired in 1999 in a time when he served a private practice lawyer to collect a debt from a couple who owned a house in the luxurious area of La Vina. That year, Chirboga created Madrigal Finance Corp in Panama. In December that same year, he bought the house through a self full authorization from the firm that set the price of the property to be 2,800 dollar. He was later sued for fraud as authority expected the house to be worth more than 1 million dollar.
Pedro Delgado, former Governor of the Central Bank
o In 2012 Austrobank Panama S.A a subsidiary bank of Grupo Eljuri and client to Mossack Fonseca processed a large mortgage loan on behalf of Pedro Delgado and his wife Maria Veronica Endara. The loan of 190,000 dollar was to purchase an estate in North Miami Beach. This happened over the course of time when Delgado served as governor of the Central Bank of Ecuador. However, the mortgage was first declined by a law firm that found the conditions of the mortgage to have too many holes in the transaction. But Mossack Fonseca immediately found another law firm that could record the mortgage in Miami.

France
Jérome Cahuzac, Former Minister of Budget
Cahuzac has been the owner of Seychelles company, Cerman Group Limited established since 2009.

In 2013 French authorities were investigating Cahuzac for tax fraud. It was not clear that the ownership came from Cahuzac until Seychelles authorities questioned Mossack Fonseca and his for information about Cerman group which they had originally asked to create. Later on Fonseca told Seychelles authorities that their business relationship with Cerman Group was over because of their connection with politically exposed person.

Greece
Stavros Papastavrou, advisor of former Prime Ministers Kostas Karamanlis and Antonis Samaras
Papastavrou was member of the councils of the Panamanian foundations Green Shamrock and Diman Foundation between 2005 to 2014. He is also the deputy chairman of Aisios Foundation since 2006.

Hungary
Zsolt Horváth, former Member of the National Assembly
Horváth, while still a member of the National Assembly, became director of Excelle Media International Ltd. in October 2013. He failed to report his offshore company to the Hungarian parliament in 2014. Horváth later became director of Mayer & Collins Trading Company Ltd. 4 months after he left politics. The company is registered with Mossack Fonseca in the Seychelles.

Iceland
Bjarni Benediktsson, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs
oBenediktsson a shell company in in Seychelles called Falson & Co, purchased through the Icelandic bank Landsbanki in 2005. Falson & Co issued bearer shares, which usually is used to provide extra secrecy for the ownership of assets. “I have not had any assets in tax havens or anything like that,” Benediktsson said in a 2015 interview.
 Ólöf Nordal, Minister of the Interior
Nordal and her husband controlled Dooley Securities SA, registered in the British Virgin Islands and we held in the name of a Luxembourg unit of Landsbanki – one of the Icelandic banks which were a the center of the financial crisis in 2008.

India
• Anurag Kejriwal, life-time expelled former President of the Lok Satta Party Delhi Branch
o Kejriwal and his wife owned The Nedstar Foundation, through which they owned Nedstar Commercial Ltd. and Newington Trading Group Ltd., both of which were based in British Virgin Islands. Newington was mainly trading iron ore.

Kenya
• Kalpana Rawal, Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
o Rawal and her husband had two companies in the British Virgin Islands prior to Rawal joining Kenya’s supreme court. They used several offshore companies, like Montague Real Estate SA, to buy and sell real estate in London.

Malta
• Konrad Mizzi, Minister of Energy and Health
o In 2013, an accounting firm in Malta bought several Panamanian companies from Mossack Fonseca, one of them being Hearnville Inc. In June 2015, Mizzi established a trust in New Zealand which became a shareholder of Hearnville. The beneficiaries of this trust are his wife and two children. What is interesting is that Mizzi told Mossack that he would use Hearnville as a consultancy and brokerage firm.

Nigeria
• James Ibori, former Governor of Delta State
o Ibori was the beneficiary to four offshore companies in which Mossack Fonseca was the registered agent. One of the companies Ibori was registered to was Julex Foundation, which owned shares in Stanhope Investments, a company incorporated 2006 in Niue.

Palestine
• Mohammad Mustafa, former Minister of National Economy
o In 2006, Mustafa became the director of Arab Palestine Investment Company Ltd. and APIC Holding, which were both founded in 1994 in the British Virgin Islands. The companies were created for businessmen to channel funds and investments from the Arab world to Palestine.

Panama
• Riccardo Francolini, former chairman of the state-owned Savings Bank
o Francolini has two offshore companies in which Mossack Fonseca has been agent for. However, Fonseca resigned in January 2015 because the Panamanian law firm considered him as a politically exposed person. The companies, Jamefield investment which was established in July 2014 in the British Virgin Islands and Gladden Corporation which also his wife Iraida Garcia is shareholder in was established in Bahamas in 1998.

Peru
• César Almeyda, Director of the National Intelligence Service
o Almeyda was the director of the Panama based company Trei Investments Corp.. According to Mossack Fonseca, the company never paid any fees or had any activity. Mossack Fonseca resigned from representing Trei Investments Corp. after Almeyda was implicated in a corruption case.

Philippines
• Imee Marcos, daughter of Ferdinand Marcos
o The governor Imme Marcos is one of the beneficiaries of the sintra Trust which is said to have been established in June 2002 in the British Virgin Islands. Imme Marcos is also the financial advisor of the Sintra Trust.

Poland
• Paweł Piskorski, former Mayor of Warsaw
o Piskorski acquired Stardale Management Inc., a company based in Panama, in order to buy bonds of a Singapore company. In 2013 and 2014, Piskorski tried to open bank accounts for the company but to no avail. The company was then dissolved in 2015 with no evidence of a bank account ever being opened.

Rwanda
• Emmanuel Ndahiro, brigadier general and former chief of the intelligence agency
o In 1998, Ndahiro became the director of Debden Investments Limited, registered in the British Virgin Islands. Debden Investments Limited also, reportedly, owned a jet aircraft. The company was, however, deactivated in 2010.

Saudi Arabia
• Muhammad bin Nayef bin Adbulaziz Al-Saud, Crown Prince and Minister of the Interior of Saudi Arabia
o In 2007, USB (France) bought the Panama registered companies Alyneth Limited and Havelock Capital from Mossack Fonseca. Mohammad was the granted power of attorney for both companies and their bank accounts.

United Kingdom
• Michael Ashcroft, Member of the House of Lords
o According to ICIJ, Ashcroft’s company BCB Holdings’ subsidiary, Belize Corporate Service (BCS), began using Mossack Fonseca to provide shell corporations for its clients in 2006. The company also owns Belize Bank International and Belize Bank Limited.
• Michael Mates, former Member of the House of Commons
o Mates was the chairman of Haylandale Limited, a company created in Bahamas in 2003 and dissolved in 2013. The company invested in property development in the Caribbean. Furthermore, Haylandale, according to ICIJ, owned four subsidiary firms that provided leasing and other services connected to properties in the Bahamas.
•Pamela Sharples, Member of the House of Lords
o In 1995, Sharples became the sole shareholder of a company based in Bahamas named Nunswell Investments Limited. Sharples managed the company through an employee of a British law firm, and never actually dealt with Mossack Fonseca directly.

Venezuela
• Victor Cruz Weffer, former commander-in-chief of the army
o Cruz Weffer became a shareholder of the Seychelles company, Univers Investment Ltd., in 2007. The firm used bearer shares to obscure the ownership of the offshore assets.
• Jesús Villanueva, former Director of PDVSA (Large oil company)
o Villanueva turned to Mossack Fonseca Luxembourg in 2009; they helped him to incorporate Blue Sea Enterprises Crop. in Panama. The purpose with the company was to handle offshore savings accumulated by Villanueva.

Zambia
• Attan Shansonga, former Ambassador to the United States
o According to ICIJ, Shansonga became director of Starflight Ventures Limited, Stacey Investment Holdings Ltd, and Debden Investments Limited (Yes, the same one as Emmanuel Ndahiro) in 1998. The activities of these companies, however, remain unknown.

Relatives and associates of government officials
• Daniel Muñoz, aide to former presidents Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Néstor Kirchner Argentina
• Mehriban Aliyeva, Leyla Aliyeva, Arzu Aliyeva, Heydar Aliyev and Sevil Aliyeva, family of

President Ilham Aliyev (Azerbaijan)
• Idalécio de Oliveira, potential briber of President of the Chamber of Deputies Eduardo Cunha (Brazil)
• Patrick Henri Devillers, French business associate of Gu Kailai, the wife of former Minister of Commerce and Party Secretary of Chongqing Bo Xilai, and convicted murderer (China)
• Deng Jiagui, brother-in-law of President Xi Jinping (China)
• Jasmine Li, granddaughter of former Chairperson of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Jia Qinglin (China)
• Li Xiaolin, daughter of former Premier Li Peng (China)
• Javier Molina Bonilla, former advisor to Director of the National Intelligence Secretariat Rommy Vallejo (Ecuador)
• Alaa Mubarak, son of former President Hosni Mubarak (Egypt)
• Arnaud Claude, former law partner of former President Nicolas Sarkozy (France)
• John Addo Kufuor, son of former President John Kufuor (Ghana)
• Mamadie Touré, widow of former President Lansana Conté (Guinea)
• César Rosenthal, son of former Vice President Jaime Rosenthal (Honduras)
• Frank Flannery, political consultant and Fine Gael’s former Director of Organisations and Strategy (Ireland)
• Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia, convicted of bribery alongside former Senator Marcello Dell’Utri (Italy)
• Jean-Claude N’Da Ametchi, associate of former President Laurent Gbagbo (Côte d’Ivoire)
• Nurali Aliyev, grandson of President Nursultan Nazarbayev (Kazakhstan)
• Mohd Nazifuddin Najib, son of Prime Minister Najib Razak (Malaysia)
• Juan Armando Hinojosa, “favourite contractor” of President Enrique Peña Nieto (Mexico)
• Mounir Majidi, personal secretary of King Mohammed VI (Morocco)
• Maryam Nawaz, Hasan Nawaz Sharif, and Hussain Nawaz Sharif, children of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Pakistan)
• Sergei Roldugin, Arkady Rotenberg, and Boris Rotenberg, friends of President Vladimir Putin (Russia)
• Mamadou Pouye, friend of Karim Wade, himself the son of former President Abdoulaye Wade (Senegal)
• Khulubuse Zuma, nephew of President Jacob Zuma (South Africa)
• Ro Jae-Hun, son of former President Roh Tae-woo (South Korea)
• Pilar de Borbón, sister of former King Juan Carlos I (Spain)
• Micaela Domecq Solís-Beaumont, wife of Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy and former Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Spain)
• Rami and Hafez Makhlouf, cousin and father of President Bashar al-Assad (Syria)
• Kojo Annan, son of former Secretary-General Kofi Annan (United Nations)
• Ian Cameron, father of Prime Minister David Cameron (United Kingdom)
o According to the U.K. Guardian, Ian Cameron avoided taxes for 30 years on his investment fund named Blairmore Holdings Inc.. The company was based in The Bahamas, but incorporated in Panama.
Soccer 

Named individuals connected with the world governing body of association football, FIFA, include:
• Eugenio Figueredo, former President of CONMEBOL and Vice President and member of the ethics committee of FIFA
Hugo and Mariano Jinkis, Argentine businessmen also implicated in the 2015 FIFA corruption case
Juan Pedro Damiani, member of the FIFA Ethics Committee
Michel Platini, former President of UEFA
• Jérôme Valcke, former Secretary General of FIFA
Soccer players include:
• Mattias Asper, Valeri Karpin, Nihat Kahveci, Tayfun Korkut, Darko Kovačević, Gabriel Schürrer and Sander Westerveld; all had accounts created by Real Sociedad and its president(s) principally Iñaki Otegui, under the leadership of José Luis Astiazarán, Miguel Fuentes, María de la Peña, Juan Larzábal and Iñaki Badiola
• Gabriel Heinze, Argentine former soccer player, account during Manchester United years
Lionel Messi, soccer player for Barcelona and the Argentine national team
• Brian Steen Nielsen, former Danish international and sports director of Aarhus Gymnastikforening
Marc Rieper, retired Danish international
Leonardo Ulloa, Argentine professional soccer player
Iván Zamorano, retired Chilean soccer striker, account during Real Madrid years

Other notable people:
• Vinod Adani, Elder brother of Gautam Adani, Adani Group
• Pedro Almodóvar, Spanish film director, screenwriter, producer and former actor
• Agustín Almodóvar, Spanish film producer and younger brother of filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar
• Amitabh Bachchan, Indian actor
• Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Indian actress and former Miss World.
Hollman Carranza, son of Víctor Carranza
• Jackie Chan, Hong Kong actor
• Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Italian industrial and politician
• Franco Dragone, theatre director, known for his work for Cirque du Soleil
Nick Faldo, English professional golfer on the PGA European Tour, now mainly an on-air golf analyst
Solomon Humes, Bahamian Bishop of a small denomination
• Marianna Olszewski, American financial author and life coach.
Nico Rosberg, Formula 1 driver at Mercedes AMG Petronas.

Andy Cole – Ex English footballer

Government officials

 

• Bidzina Ivanishvili, former Prime Minister of Georgia
• Ayad Allawi, former Acting Prime Minister of Iraq
• Ali Abu al-Ragheb, former Prime Minister of Jordan
• Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, former Prime Minister of Qatar
• Pavlo Lazarenko, former Prime Minister of Ukraine
• Ion Sturza, former Prime Minister of Moldova
 government officials
Algeria
• Abdeslam Bouchouareb, Minister of Industry and Mines
Andorra
• Jordi Cinca, Minister of Finance
Angola
• José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos, Minister of Petroleum
Argentina
• Néstor Grindetti, Mayor of Lanús
Botswana
• Ian Kirby, President of the Botswana Court of Appeal and former Attorney General
Brazil
• Joaquim Barbosa, former President of the Supreme Federal Court
• Eduardo Cunha, President of the Chamber of Deputies
• Edison Lobão, Member of the Senate and former Minister of Mines and Energy
• João Lyra, Member of the Chamber of Deputies
Cambodia
• Ang Vong Vathana, Minister of Justice
Chile
• Alfredo Ovalle Rodríguez, intelligence agency associate
Democratic Republic of the Congo

• Jaynet Kabila, Member of the National Assembly
Republic of the Congo
• Bruno Itoua, Minister of Scientific Research and Technical Innovation and former Chairman of the SNPC
El Salvador
• Juan José Daboub, former Minister of Finance and Chief of Staff to the President
Ecuador
• Galo Chiriboga, current Attorney General
• Pedro Delgado, cousin of President of Ecuador Rafael Correa, and former Governor of the Central Bank
France
• Patrick Balkany, Member of the National Assembly and Mayor of Levallois-Perret and his wife Isabelle
• Jérôme Cahuzac, former Minister of the Budget
Greece
• Stavros Papastavrou, advisor of former Prime Ministers Kostas Karamanlis and Antonis Samaras
Hungary
• Zsolt Horváth, former Member of the National Assembly
Iceland
• Bjarni Benediktsson, Minister of Finance
• Júlíus Vífill Ingvarsson, Member of the Reykjavík City Council (resigned April 5, 2016)[15]
• Ólöf Nordal, Minister of the Interior
India
• Anurag Kejriwal, former President of the Lok Satta Party Delhi Branch
• Anil Vasudev Salgaocar, mining baron and former Member of the Goa Legislative Assembly
Israel
• Yoav Galant, Minister of Construction
• Dov Weissglass, former advisor to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
Kenya
• Kalpana Rawal, Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

 

Malta
• Konrad Mizzi, Minister of Energy and Health.

Mizzi is the the only serving EU minister featured in the leaks.
• Keith Schembri, Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff
Nigeria
• James Ibori, former Governor of Delta State
North Korea
• Kim Chol Sam, Daedong Credit Bank representative based in Dalian and presumed high official
Palestine
• Mohammad Mustafa, former Minister of National Economy
Panama
• Riccardo Francolini, former chairman of the state-owned Savings Bank
Peru
• César Almeyda, Director of the National Intelligence Service
Poland
• Paweł Piskorski, former Mayor of Warsaw
Rwanda
• Emmanuel Ndahiro, brigadier general and former chief of the intelligence agency
Saudi Arabia
• Muhammad bin Nayef, Crown Prince and Minister of the Interior of Saudi Arabia
Sweden
• Frank Belfrage, former State Secretary for Foreign Affairs
United Kingdom
• Michael Ashcroft, retired member of the House of LordS
• Tony Baldry, former Member of the House of Commons
• Michael Mates, former Member of the House of Commons
• Pamela Sharples, Member of the House of Lords
Venezuela
• Victor Cruz Weffer, former commander-in-chief of the army
• Jesús Villanueva, former Director of PDVSA
• Adrián José Velásquez Figueroa, former security chief of Miraflores Presidential Palace
Zambia
• Atan Shansonga, former Ambassador to the United States
Relatives and associates of government official
Argentina
• Daniel Muñoz, aide to former presidents Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Néstor Kirchner[1]
• Alessandra Minnicelli, wife of former Minister of Planning and Public Investment Julio de Vido
Azerbaijan
• Mehriban Aliyeva, Leyla Aliyeva, Arzu Aliyeva, Heydar Aliyev and Sevil Aliyeva, family of President Ilham Aliyev
Brazil
• Idalécio de Castro Rodrigues de Oliveira, potential briber of the President of the Chamber of Deputies Eduardo Cunha and a Portuguese entrepeneur
Canada
• Anthony Merchant, husband of Senator Pana Merchant
China
• Deng Jiagui, brother-in-law of President and General Secretary Xi Jinping
• Patrick Henri Devillers, French business associate of Gu Kailai, convicted murderer and wife of former Minister of Commerce and Member of the Politburo Bo Xilai
• Hu Dehua, son of former General Secretary Hu Yaobang
• Jasmine Li, granddaughter of former standing Member of the Politburo Jia Qinglin
• Li Xiaolin, daughter of former Premier Li Peng
Ecuador
• Javier Molina Bonilla, former advisor to Director of the National Intelligence Secretariat Rommy Vallejo
Egypt
• Alaa Mubarak, son of former President Hosni Mubarak
France
• Frédéric Chatillon, business associate of Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front
• Arnaud Claude, former law partner of former President Nicolas Sarkozy
• Nicolas Crochet, accounting associate of Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front
• Jean-Marie Le Pen, former leader of the National Front and father of current party leader Marine Le Pen
Ghana
• John Addo Kufuor, son of former President John Kufuor
Guinea
• Mamadie Touré, widow of former President Lansana Conté
Honduras
• César Rosenthal, son of former Vice President Jaime Rosenthal
Ireland
• Frank Flannery, political consultant and Fine Gael’s former Director of Organisations and Strategy
Italy
• Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia, convicted of bribery alongside former Senator Marcello Dell’Utri

 

India
• Jehangir Soli Sorabjee, son of former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee and a honorary consultant physician at Bombay Hospital
• Harish Salve, former Solicitor General and son of N. K. P. Salve, veteran Indian National Congress politician
• Rajendra Patil, son-in-law of Karnataka minister Shamanuru Shivashankarappa and businesperson

 

Ivory Coast
• Jean-Claude N’Da Ametchi, associate of former President Laurent Gbagbo

 

Kazakhstan
• Nurali Aliyev, grandson of President Nursultan Nazarbaye

 

Malaysia
• Mohd Nazifuddin Najib, son of Prime Minister Najib Razak, and their cousin[1]

Mexico
• Juan Armando Hinojosa, “favourite contractor” of President Enrique Peña Nieto[1]

Morocco
• Mounir Majidi, personal secretary of King Mohammed VI[1]
Pakistan
• Maryam Nawaz, Hasan Nawaz Sharif and Hussain Nawaz Sharif, children of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif[1]
Russia
• Sergei Roldugin, Arkady Rotenberg and Boris Rotenberg, friends of President Vladimir Putin[1]
Senegal
• Mamadou Pouye, friend of Karim Wade, himself the son of former President Abdoulaye Wade[45]

 

South Africa
• Khulubuse Zuma, nephew of President Jacob Zuma[46]

 

South Korea
• Ro Jae-Hun, son of former President Roh Tae-woo[47]

 

 

Spain
• Pilar de Borbón, sister of former King Juan Carlos I, as well as her husband Luis Gómez-Acebo and their son Bruno Gómez-Acebo[48][49]
• Micaela Domecq Solís-Beaumont, wife of Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy and former Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment[50]
• Oleguer Pujol, son of Jordi Pujol i Soley, former President of Catalonia[51]
Syria
• Rami and Hafez Makhlouf, cousins of President Bashar al-Assad[1]

 

United Kingdom
• Ian Cameron, father of Prime Minister David Cameron[52]
• Sarah Ferguson, former wife of Prince Andrew[53]

David Sharples, son of Baroness Pamela Sharples[54]

Mark Thatcher, son of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

United Nations
• Kojo Annan, son of former Secretary-General Kofi Annan

Source – Wikipedia

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Posted by: | April 8, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 8
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UNCLE KAY CHOSE ‘KUNU’ OVER BREAST MILK. NOW, HE REGRETS IT!!!

An Adventure of Uncle Kay (Part One)

It was in Makurdi immediately after my service year. I was foodstuff seller; buying from the North and selling in Lagos and Ibadan. On one of my trips, I decided to buy from Lafia and environs because a friend who lived and worked in Makurdi advised I could get good quality grains at competitive prices in that region.

So, off to Makurdi I went. Aside from being on business, I also wanted to stay there for a few days. For a southerner Makurdi was terribly hot for me. As a result, my friend got me entertained with the local drink – Kunu. He buys every morning and put in the freezer before leaving for work. Within two days, I fell passionately in love with Kunu. The four litre keg that we bought the last two days became grossly inadequate for me.

 

By the third day, my friend decided to contract the supplier to bring whatever quantity I ask for daily. This went on for another three days. I soon became friendly with the 30-something year old woman seller.

On the fourth day of her retainership, she came to deliver Kunu as arranged. Only that on this day, she decided to deliver more than Kunu. Unlike the previous days when she would stand by the door, this day, she came into the living room as the door was not locked. I was in the shower, but rushed out (in towels) to know who the intruder was. Lo and behold, it was my supplier. Infact, she was already moving towards the direction of the bathroom where the noise was coming from!!!

To cut the long story short…(you can guess the rest of what happened)!

Okay Okay – you don’t want to guess. Okay I will tell you….

Unlike the previous days, she insisted on collecting her keg. So I implored her to wait for me to finish my bath and she agreed. I soon got dressed in shorts and t-shirt. I went into the kitchen to empty the keg of ‘kunu’ into containers. She offered to help and I obliged.

As she bent down to pour the drink, her wrapper opened and behold, she was wearing no bra! We looked at each other and there was no iota of embarrassment in her. (I was embarrassed – I was an Altar boy for most of my youth you know).

Then, I assured myself its okay to take it further. I grabbed hold of one of her boobs and put it in my mouth. I sucked like a ravenous pig. To my shock, horror and amazement, milk flowed into my mouth! I was aghast!

I had no experience of such, neither have I ever heard that its okay for an adult to suck breast. I immediately split it out.

To my embarrassment, she asked “what’s wrong?”

I replied “there is milk coming out!”

And she said “Don’t you like it”? “Have you never had it before?”

I said “NO” vehemently.

Then I asked “are you a nursing mother?”

“Yes” looking at me as if I was an embarrassment.

My mind went into a panic. I was afraid. All the passion welling up in me dissipated immediately.

You see, running around with another man’s wife wasn’t my idea of a trip to Benue. I have heard somewhere in the past that ‘Agatu’ (the general name we Yorubas call people from that region) are hard men who more than most do not play with their wives.

Noticing my jittery state, lady Kunu supplier said “What kind of a village man are you? You’re the first man I know who refused breast milk. But I thought Lagos men are exposed to such things?”

Fast forward to today in 2016, Uncle Kay is a 50-something year old man who now deeply regrets missing out on such opportunity. He now says, he would grab such opportunity with both hands if it were to be offered.

What do you think? Do you think Uncle Kay was a good man? What do you think is responsible for his change of views?

Credit: VIFA

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Posted by: | April 6, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 6
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Why the north should share power willingly in Nigeria

There is a general feeling in Nigeria, that the north feels the presidency belongs to them.

Looking forward, what will it takes for the north to share power willingly. We not looking for any revolution to shed blood. Every Nigerians should be able to aspire to the presidency.

Igbo, Yoruba or the minority tribes.  It is in the interest of the north that they share power willingly.

The igbo need to drop calls for Biafra, i don’t think that is a viable solution because  once a tribe goes. All other tribes will want to go their way.

I believe an honest plan can be worked at constitutionally, peace conference by the leaders and we can move Nigeria forward peacefully.

Lets hear your take.

 

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Posted by: | April 5, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 5
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Nigeria Fuel Scarcity Corruption or Incompetence

How can the 6th largest oil producing country be experiencing  fuel scarcity.

Who is to blame?

Govt?

Pipelines And Products Marketing Company Limited (PPMC)?

Major Oil Marketers Association Nigeria?

 

i.  There are Claims Govt is  refusing to pay subsidy allowance to major oil marketers

ii. Or why is enough oil not been imported

iii. Lack of distribution strategy or hurdling

The  govt is squarely to blame here, there should have made sure none of this situation arises or

provide a backup plan.

There is huge corruption going on, people selling fuel in the black markets etc

What about  govt anti corruption regime

Corruption and incompetence is our verdict

What has happened to our refineries?

The IPMAN Chairman stated further that Nigeria’s refineries can produce 50-60% of the fuel the country needs but they’ve been shut down for more than a year.

“We have refineries that can refine 450,000 barrels of crude oil per day, that’s millions of litres of refined product,” he said.

“Why are we not using the refineries? Let them use the refineries,” Nkpe said.

An industry insider, who chose to remain anonymous, told Pulse that the relevant government agencies refuse to use the local refineries to produce the country’s needs because there’s much more money to be fraudulently gotten from importing the product.

“They are knowingly boycotting the refineries,” she said. “They make more money with importation due to corruption and fraud,” she added.  source – pulse,ng

Lets hear your thoughts

 

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Posted by: | April 1, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 1
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Who profits from the forex rate crash in Nigeria

The foreign exchange crash in Nigeria is hurting the government, business and many Nigerians.

But who profits from this crash

i. People  who have access to the government official rate. They can buy at the official rate and sell on the the black market.

ii. The Banks, if they decide to follow their dark side can make huge money

iii. Influential  people in government, this is why Aisha Buhari was accuse but  there is no evidence to substantiate this claim.

iv.  Burea de change, it depends on conscience. They have access to government official rate. They can buy at  govtrate and profit in the black market.

The losers are importers, the cost  of  paying for their good and importing have skyrocketed.

Foriegn companies in Nigeria, who have to convert their currency to dollars pounds etc.  They will take hit

Nigerians travelling overseas, they will need bucket load of money

Lets know what you think guys.

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Posted by: | March 28, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 28
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Is it right to sell the word of God?

Hello People, this is a question have been struggling with for a while.

Is it  right to sell the word of God?

Many people, including ministers, pastor, prophets, churches,etc

Sell sermons, christian books, videos  and more.

At the moment, some churches are running Christian colleges, universities and training program which they charge for.

According to Proverb 23:23 kjv – Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.

How are we suppose to buy it?  No one is allow to sell it?

Isiah 55:1 Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.

We like to hear your thoughts

 

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Posted by: | March 28, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 28
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How to Stop Violence in Nigeria Politics

The number of people and mostly innocent that have lost their lives to political violence for no reason is frightening. The re-run election in River State has  already  taken the life of few so far.

The question is why is there  so much violence in Nigeria Politics? The answer is obvious money money   money.

This is the number one driving force, political office is  a big investment in Nigeria. If you  able to get into any political office, you  will  have access to LOADS of CASH. Cash meant  to pay  people  salary or develop the community or a state.

Due to lack of  job or investment opportunity, politics is the biggest  avenue  to become  very rich in an instant.

People, groups, communities are ready to do anything to win an election. KILL, Maim, DESTROY, in order to get to a political office.

Due to  the rampant poverty and lack of education. There are many individuals that can be easily brainwash, bought or hoodwink into carrying out some of this deadly act.

What is the Solution?

If we can find a way to take money off political office. Elected officials will have no access to these billions, they will be DECISION makers only.

 

Appointed Technocrats will be allowed only to sign and deal with money by Law.  If  this can be

implemented, i believe this will reduce  the die Hard altitude to get into political office.

Lets hear what you think guys.

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Posted by: | March 27, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 27
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AUTO Car part Dealers in Nigeria

 

AUTO Car part Dealers in Nigeria

READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch 

Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

  1.  Hr Automotive  Km 4 Ede Rd, Ile-Ife, Osun 0807 213 2569
  2.  Authentic Spare Parts    KM 35 Lekki Epe Expressway, Awoyaya, Lagos State 08098189744 07062883982
  3. Dandy Best International   39C ,Gods Own Zone City, Biscuit Road, Ugwagba, Obosi, Idemili North, Anambra, Nigeria 08063680818 08112148739
  4. Penlizinspirations Limited 7/1 ,Adeola Adeoye Street, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 07060414372 08034236011
  5. Jekwu Global And Auto Ventures  Shop S1 ,Gudu District Market, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeri 08091144473 08055589171
  6. Chibyke Investment Limited 5 ,Akabuogu Street, Onitsha South, Anambra, Nigeria 08138165115 07031636334
  7. Emmy Best Enterprises Beside Texaco Filling Station After Police Barracks, Gusau, Zamfara, Nigeria          08134801544 09035942969
  8. Paulo De Sanctus Nigeria  Shop 27, 17 ,Bridge Of Hope Block, Aguiyi Ironsi International Trade Center, Ladipo, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria 08087104562
  9. Jekwu Global And Auto Venture Shop S1 ,Gudu District Market, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeria 08091144473  08055589171
  10. Windshield Crack Repair Total Filling Staion, Kaduna North, Kaduna, Nigeria 08050440408 08099331143
  11. Hyundai Motors Plot 1114, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria    0805 555 0422   0803 319 8007
  12. KGRK Enterprises  2 ,Oba Oyedele Akinyele Avenue, Sagamu, Sagamu, Ogun, Nigeria  08080366674  09025198208
  13. Ezechuddy Nigeria Limited 25 ,25B, Ojo Alaba Road, Alaba, Ojo, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria 0909990346
  14. Softech Spare Parts 4 ,Nbube Road, Ogoja, Ogoja, Cross River, Nigeria 08064289277 08087103614
  15. Elotech Resources Nigeria Limited 48, Aba Road, Obio-Akpor, Rivers, Nigeria 08167344846 08175858389
  16. Mandilas Nigeria Limited, 35 Simpson Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria 0802 707 5618  0816 387 6432   0803 327 9120
  17. Stallion Motors Limited 179, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos 0803 422 6173  0802 717 3925
  18. Emmy Japanese-Benz Automobile Limited Keffi Roundabout, Keffi, Keffi, Nasarawa, Nigeria 08065936877  08027566753
  19. Jahmech Development Company Plot 1121, Cad. B18, Sector Centre D, Oladipo Diya Road, Gudu, Abuja      08037054340
  20. Mekstone Tyres Limited  56 ,Enuowa Street, Idumota, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria  08122593766  08066710347

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Posted by: | March 24, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 24
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