FINALLY RELEASED: Full Sh0cking List Of Those Buhari Granted Presidential Pardon

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FINALLY RELEASED: Full Sh0cking  List Of Those Buhari Granted Presidential Pardon

President Muhammadu Buhari had on Thursday, April 14, 2022, granted presidential pardon to ex-governors; Joshua Dariye (Plateau state) and Jolly Nyame (Taraba) alongside over one hundred others.

The pardon of the duo who were convicted for stealing public funds, generated controversies while the other beneficiaries were kept out of public notice.

However, the Presidential Advisory Committee on Mercy have released a list of 162 persons recommended for the presidential pardon.

These persons include those who have finished serving their jail terms, dead and others convicted for drug trafficking, fraud, bribery, money laundering, etc.

From the list, 26 inmates, 85 surviving ex-convicts and one deceased ex-convict were recommended for presidential pardon.

While 27 inmates were recommended for presidential clemency, and 13 others for reduction of terms.


List Culled from Cables

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