May 23, 2009 | General News
Ribadu Testifies before the U.S Financial Services Committee - Prepared by Sahara Reporters
From 2003 to 2008, Nuhu Ribadu was Chairman of Nigeria's Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. Over the course of his career, he charged many of Nigeria's bankers, politicians and former ministers of corruption and money laundering. As a result, he was eventually fired and exiled from Nigeria for exposing corruption within the Nigerian government as well as other African governments. In this video, Ribadu testifies in front of the U.S Financial Services Committee on their role in aiding the money laundering practices of these governments.