In June 2021, I became aware of an account opened for my company by my co-director since 2018, with a bank I had SPECIFICALLY given instructions that we were not to open accounts with since 2017, with the forgery of my signature! A few months after failing to convince my co-director, a UK ex-convict, to disclose details of this clandestine and fake account, I made a complaint to the@PoliceNG
IGP via Kam Selem House through my lawyer. Investigation commenced, and soon, through a Magistrate’s Order, they were able to obtain the records of the account, as well as the statements. However, almost as soon as they discovered that ₦2.8b had been stolen through that account, the story changed. Rtd. DIG Johnson Kokumo – famous for being one of the Police collaborators of the Terrorist Land-grabber, Ibile, who had been appointed a director of the company, Redbrick Homes International Ltd by my co director, and was her “best friend” and “business partner” – intervened,
and suddenly, the police stopped investigating, and first claimed incorrectly, that the complaint should not have been brought in the name of the company, because I had resigned – a fact still under litigation in court. Later, when addressing the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee of the Supreme Court, DCP Lanre Ogunlowo, whom had been supervising the investigation, claimed that they had stopped the Criminal Investigation because the matter was under Civil Litigation!! Since when did Civil Litigation become an obstacle to a Criminal Investigation under Nigerian Law? As things stand now, the@PoliceNG investigation into my Forgery and Stealing Petition against Folasade Balogun of Redbrick Homes International Ltd@amenestate and Amen City LTD, is stillborn, and this lends further credence to my position that Nigeria is indeed a Criminal State. When I say Nigeria is gone, I am speaking from DIRECT and PERSONAL experience.
Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi
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