Huge office building of Alex Badeh sealed off by EFCC

Alex Badeh house
This is the second building owned by Alex Badeh  that has been sealed off by the EFCC.Where did a service chief get the money to build such an outlandish building? This building must have cost hundreds of millions of Naira.I await the explanations of the former Chief of Defence Staff.All these men deserve to rot in jail.Such wicked cold and evil men.Meanwhile he sat there happily while some soldiers were sentenced to death for not fighting Boko Haram,when they were the ones stealing all the money meant for arms to
equip the soldiers.
Previously,another house belonging to Badeh had been sealed off by the EFCC.
Officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, January 13, sealed off the Abuja house of former Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) during President Jonathan’s administration, Air Chief Marshal Alex Sabundu Badeh located at No 19 Kumasi Crescent, Wuse II.
The house allegedly belonging to the former CDS is being occupied by his son, Tony Badeh and family. Tony Badeh who is a pilot, and family were already out of the country as at the time the anti-graft agency stormed the house, a source who prefers to be anonymous disclosed to in Abuja.
The source also told our correspondent that the son of the former CDS, Tony Badeh had fore-knowledge of EFCC’s visit and had to quickly travel to South Africa with his family yesterday.

Speaking on what transpired, Badeh’s gateman, Mr Timothy in a discussion with other domestic staff said there was little he could do. A visibly sad Timothy also said he had to call his boss, Mr Tony Badeh and who then instructed him not to resist the EFCC officials or deny them entry into the house.
” When they came here I did not resist them. I only called my Oga who told me to allow them,” a sad Timothy disclosed.
One of the neighbours who craved for anonymity  also disclosed to that security officials have been monitoring the house for about 2 weeks.
“They have been coming here for a while. I mean the SSS and police people. The  last time they (EFCC) came we learnt that they (the Badehs) didn’t receive the letter from them”
This statement was however corroborated by a resident in the area who simply gave his name as Mohammed. Mr Mohammed told our correspondent that the EFCC and some security operatives had earlier stormed the house to seize close to 15 new exotic cars parked in the compound before sealing it off.
“The EFCC before sealing the house drove out close to 15 fine fine cars to unknown locations. It was when I knew that something is not going on well.”
Meanwhile, efforts to reach the EFCC spokesperson as at the time of filling this report proved abortive.

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