EFCC Seals Off The First Group Company That Sold Army Chief Tukur Buratai His Dubai Properties





EFCC Seals Off The First Group
Company That Sold Army Chief
Tukur Buratai His Dubai Properties
Sources from the Economic and Financial
Crimes Commission (EFCC) have revealed to
SaharaReporters that their agents sealed
offices of The First Group company in the
Central Business District of Abuja. The First
Group, a real estate development company,
has featured in SaharaReporters
investigations into the unexplainable
properties belonging to Army Chief of Staff
Tukur Buratai. The First Group is located on
the seventh floor of the Bank of Industry
building of the Central Business District,
Abuja.
Sources from the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC) have revealed to
SaharaReporters that their agents sealed offices of
The First Group company in the Central Business
District of Abuja. The First Group, a real estate development
company, has featured in SaharaReporters investigations
into the unexplainable properties belonging to Army Chief of
Staff Tukur Buratai.
The First Group is located on the seventh floor of the Bank
of Industry building of the Central Business District, Abuja.
Mr. Buratai, the current Chief of Army Staff, purchased two
luxury properties in a posh area of Dubai for N120 million
naira. The army has said that these properties were
purchased from Mr. Buratai’s personal savings despite
receiving an army salary for his career. It will be recalled
that Mr. Buratai purchased these properties in one
installment using a Skye bank account.
Sources from the EFCC have told SaharaReporters that The
First Group scammed Nigerians out of more than $200
billion.
Investigations by the EFCC also revealed that the company
known as TFG Real Estate Limited, which operates in
Nigeria, is fronting as The First Group company which
according to sources is based in Dubai and not registered in
Nigeria.
The First Group, which operates as a Ponzi scheme, entices
Nigerians to invest in Dubai properties and forces them to
make payments. When they can no longer service those
payments the company seizes their money.

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