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Former Petroleum Minister, Diezani Visits London Police Station

Embattled Former minister of petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke visited the Charing Cross Police Station in London on Thursday.

The former minister was detained at the station in October when UK National Crime agency arrested her on suspicions of bribery and money laundering.

The Westminster magistrate court later granted bail but her passport was seized while she was asked to report at the station on October 5 but she did not.

The court seized £27, 000 from her, while the agency applied for three separate cash detentions in the names of Diezani, Beatrice Agama (her mother) and Melanie Spencer, a Swiss national.

More details to come.

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