Nora Olumide, billionaire businessman, Mike Adenuga’s former confidential secretary and mistress, has cried out as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) attempted to evict her from her house.
Nora Olumide Johnson was viewed in a viral video on social media weeping hysterically as she pleaded with the billionaire to leave her alone.
She pleaded with the anti-graft organization to assist her and leave her alone.
“Mike Adenuga, leave me alone? What have I done? He said I stole money, the money I didn’t steal because I want to break up. 30 years I gave my life to Adenuga yet he wants to drive me away from this house. This house that I build. How many houses did I have? What did he do for me? He didn’t do anything for me. No husband, no children. I am finished,” she said.
Ms. Johnson informed the court during a court hearing that her former boss, Mike Adenuga, accused her of conspiracy, forgery, theft, and getting money under false pretense because she ended a 27-year love relationship with him for her own peace of mind.
Meanwhile, Justice A. Lewis Allagoa, Presiding Judge, Federal High Court ( Lagos Division) has ordered the Economic & Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC) to take possession of all property owned by society woman, Ms Nora Johnson.
The anti-graft agency had received a petition over some infractions allegedly committed by Ms. Johnson in her former office.
It was learnt that Ms. Johnson was accused of over-invoicing on the purchase of vehicles, inflating air ticket fares, and more, and the amount in local and foreign currencies was in excess of One billion naira (N1billion).
This then prompted the interim forfeiture of some properties and bank accounts on the order of Justice A.M. Liman on February 16, 2021, following an application on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria by the EFCC.
However, on March 21, 2021, Ms Johnson and the other respondents: Babajide Aremu Johnson, Olabose Ibrahim Falobi, Steve Nnamdi Izebu, Steve Ibem and Bakoliza Limited went to court to suspend or stay execution on Justice Liman’s order.
They had sought the following: an order to discharge the interim order of forfeiture of assets, an order discharging the final forfeiture and any other orders as deemed fit by the court.
In his judgment after hearing J.O. Adeyemi Esq Counsel for the Applicant/Respondent and V.C. Nwokafor Counsel for the 1st, 2nd and 6th Respondents/Applicants, Justice Allagoa ordered that the motion of Ms. Johnson and the other respondents dated March 12, 2021 is “hereby set aside.”
The judgment delivered on July 15, 2021 stated further: “That the order of Justice Liman stands in all its ramifications” and “That the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) are entitled to take possession of all that property subject of the Order of my Lord A.M. Liman on 16th day of February, 2021.”