WASHINGTON, DC —In the wake of the vote against the United States at the United Nations General Assembly, U.S. President Donald Trump, Sr. issued an Executive Order regarding rights abuses and corruption, affecting many countries, in particular, African nations and leaders.Image result for Trump executive order on corruption image

Several African politicians and leaders have engaged in acts of corruption that continue to destroy the social and economic fabrics of their countries. According to the Executive Order, the United States will confiscate assets belonging to anyone engaged in what the “Order” addressed. Below are names of some of the people identified so far in Nigeria whose names are allegedly being tossed around in the corridors of Washington, DC for alleged economic crimes.

Research in the United States has identified 25 of Nigeria’s richest politicians who have allegedly stocked and stored in the USA public funds they allegedly acquired. Here are the names of the politicians and their banks in the United States.

  1. Atiku Abubakar – JP Chase Morgan Bank, New York $12.9 billion.
  2. Bukola Saraki –America Express Bank, New York $2.5b
  3. Bala Mohammad –Wells Fargo Bank, San Francisco $2.3b.
  4. Ahmed Idris — Citi Group Bank, New York $2.1b
  5. Nadir El-Rufai — Citi Group Bank New York, $1.6b.
  6. Femi Adesina, — US Bancorp Bank, Minnesota, $1.9b.
  7. Turkur Buatai – BB&T Bank, North California $1.9b…
  8. Ayodele Fayose — Ally Financial Bank, $3.5b…
  9. Wike Nyesome — American Bank $5.2b…
  10. Lia Muhammadu. Ally financial Bank $1.9b…
  11. )Sule Lamido, Unity BS Bank. $2.6b.
  12. Patience Jonathan — Bank of America, $11.3b.
  13. Amina Zakari — Citi Group Bank New York $1.8b…
  14. Baba Haruna Jauro — Ally financial Bank $2.2b.
  15. Umaru Dambatta — Bank of America, $1.7b…
  16. Aliyu Gusau–Ally Financial Bank $1.7b…
  17. (Babatunde Fashola – American Bank $1.4b.
  18. Rotimi Amechi — SSA Financial Bank $1.6b.
  19. Olusegun Mimiko — Northern Bank AA $4.7b.
  20. Babagana Monguno — Financial Bank Detroit, $1.8b…
  21. Habibu Abdullahi, US Bancorp Bank, $1.7b…
  22. Sadique Abubakar– State Street Corporation Bank $1.8b…
  23. Nenadi Usman Citi Group Bank New York $6.3b…
  24. Bachir David Lawal –BB Financial Bank $987m.
  25. Aisha Hadi Sirika –AA financial Bank $976m.

According to reliable sources, the homes and other assets of individuals engaged in such crimes will be identified and confiscated as well. Possible visa denials may follow.  What remains to be seen is whether the U.S. will go after Africans with U.S. citizenship who have stolen sufficient wealth from Africa and have refused to pay federal taxes.  One analyst said, Liberia, Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Kenya, and Nigeria have a sizeable number officials with American citizenship, but these people have flatly refused to pay federal taxes.  Several officials in the Liberian government, especially those have managed the country’s economy and resources have U.S. citizenship.