We spent N177m to bribe Nigerian lawmakers, professor cries out as he bags 40 years imprisonment

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– A former director of the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IAR&T) has been sentenced to 40 years imprisonment – Benjamin Ogunbodede and tow others got the 40 year jail term for corruptly enriching himself to the tune of N177 million – However, Ogunmodede claims he and two other persons convicted alongside him spent N177m to bribe lawmakers and some employees of the Federal Ministry of Finance Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel of the Federal High Court, Ibadan, on Tuesday, September 3, sentenced Benjamin Ogunbodede, a former director of the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IAR&T) , Ibadan, to 40 years imprisonment for corruptly enriching himself to the tune of N177 million. Zacheus Tejumola, a former Chief Accountant of the institute, was also sentenced to 40 years imprisonment while Clement Adenose, another staff, bagged four years in jail. Read more We spent N177m to bribe Nigerian lawmakers, professor cries out as he bags 40 years imprisonment
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