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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

2007 UN Report on Nigerian Ant-Terrorism Compliance is at Least PArtially Incorrect

The UNCR of the United Nations put out a glowing report today about the effectivenss of Nigeria's Anti-terrorism measures.

of special note is the statement that several Nassredin companies were shut down. What is of great interest is that NASCO, owned and operated by Attia Nassredin, the son of Ahmed Idris Nasreddin.

This is isnteresting since Attia's company is stilll operating, and has never been shut down, as far as I can tell.

....I wonder if the rest of Nigeria's POsitive report is also fabricated...

-Shimron

Here are sections from the report:

"The provisions of the EFCC Act relating to terrorism are being vigorously enforced. So far,
two convictions at the Federal High Court, Kaduna dated October 10, 2004 and October 21,
2005, have been recorded on acts of terrorism.

Besides, the EFCC has taken steps to ensure compliance with the United Nations Resolution 1267.
  • Following the information furnished by the UN and United States Embassy in Nigeria, alleging that Nasco Group Nigeria Ltd is owned by Ahmed Idris Nasreddin, a designate of both the US and UN as an individual belonging to or associated with Al Queda, the Taliban or Usama bin Ladin, the Federal High S/2007/65 07-26025 6
    Court sitting in Abuja on Friday, March 3, 2006, granted an application stopping and freezing the financial and economic assets including business properties and things within Nigeria, belonging to or associated with Ahmed Idris Nassreddin, Nastrade Nigeria Ltd and 3 other companies in that Group. The assets were accordingly forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria in the interim.
  • The Nigerian Department of State Services has also done considerable work in respect of
    tracking down terrorists and freezing and/or seizing their assets. It has set up Counter-
    Terrorism Centres in Lagos, Kano, Maiduguri and Abuja to facilitate its surveillance.
  • ....Similarly, the activities of Haruna Shahru, another agent of GSPC financing extremist and terrorist activities by laundering proceeds from smuggled goods was detected and dismantled. Several properties including technical equipment were seized and Mr. Shahru arrested and detained.
  • Banking secrecy and confidentiality has been abolished in Nigeria by virtue of Section 12(4)
    of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2774.
  • At the regional level, Nigeria has contributed greatly to operationalization of GIABA, the
    West African FATF style regional body, established to combat money laundering and terrorist......"

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