From Citizen Reporter, Abuja 

The last have not heard of the legal battles between Akunyili and Ngige. Before the Tribunal struck out Dora’s case, INEC had petitioned the Tribunal over forgery by Akunyili in her desperation to win the case. The Tribunal investigated the matter and found out that Akunyili actually lied by forging the document which did not exist anywhere in the Tribunal’s record.

Now at the Court of Appeal, reliable sources have confirmed that Akunyili delivered to judges of the court of appeal the sum of fifty million Naira (N50 million) shortly before the sallah weekend. She gave the money through a third party – her lawyer “agent”. The N5omillion was paid in Abuja. 

She boasted to some of her supporters that “they have accepted what we gave them and we are sure of the judgment”.

Akunyili was sure of the judgment that she brought five bus loads of women to the Enugu Appeal Court last week Wednesday to celebrate her anticipated victory. One of the women who spoke on condition of extreme anonymity said she was shocked when the Appeal court adjourned the matter to today (Monday). The woman said Dora had had even set up canopies at her home residence in Agulu to celebrate the promised victory at Appeal Court.

It is gathered that Dora told her supporters that the reason the matter was postponed was because the judge who was supposed to preside over the case on that day did not come. The story of the expected judgment is now the subject of discussions in beer parlours and markets in Anambra. Dora has boasted that she has contacted very powerful people who are lobbying for her and that soon she will oust Ngige from the Senate.

Prof Dora Akunyili and her media assistant were reached via their respective mobile phones for a response but they did not respond.

Stay tuned.

13 Comments to: Prof Dora Akunyili’s N50m Bribe To The Appeal Court

  1. January 25th, 2012

    You can alawys tell an expert! Thanks for contributing.

  2. richard

    January 17th, 2012

    In any event, the Senatorial seat was always Dora’s from the word go! It was Ngige who, on realising that he had been beaten by Peter Obi and could not circumvent that by magu magu, then decided to fight Dora. Who ever said Ngige was Anambra Governor! That stolen mandate. Person wey thief another man trouser and got caught can never claim ownership of the trouser. He was lucky not to be burned at the state by his cohorts the “abu’s”.

  3. Richard

    January 17th, 2012

    This write up belongs to fictional fantacy! The kind of news one captures by attending too many beer parlours. However, the reporter was right in pinting out that his source is news doing rounds in his local beer parlours. What a shame that news has come to this!

  4. December 3rd, 2011

    madam rebrinder,that is why i said our leader are corrupt.we anambra ppl voted ngige his our chioce,

  5. Jon Goverechi

    November 16th, 2011


  6. jacob

    November 16th, 2011



  7. Eddy Uchendu

    November 15th, 2011

    Let Dora take up the Bible and swear before the blessed sacrament in the alter of God that she did not give the bribe. Alternatively let her cause the telephone companies to publish her telephone logs from October 28 to November 9. Does Dora think that we are still in the dark ages? Everything is now recorded. The flimsy defence by your media assistant avoids the heavy issue involved and simply tries the usual trick of diverting attention. Where does Dora get the money to pay the expensive legal bills of the Senior Advocates she has hired for this case? Where does she get money to hire bus loads of women to court sessions? Where does she get the money to run around the country in a convoy of 10 cars? Please try more imaginative explanation. Go to ministry of information and find out what happened to hundreds of millions of money which cannot be accounted for. The truth will soon be blown open.

  8. Tony Ndu

    November 15th, 2011

    you can’t deceive all the people all the time. Dora is a real fake. How much did you collect from Peter Obi, Igbinedion, Andy Uba, and all the rich men you have been visiting? There is report that you boasted that you made profit from the money you collected from people for the elction and made saving of N280m. Stop fooling yourself. You cannot take away victory from Onwa. The people have spoken. Just go home and rest. No amount of Anambra state money you give out will buy you the senate seat.

  9. Ahmed Kyari

    November 14th, 2011

    this Anambra people. I am disappointed in Akuyili. is a desperate woman, run from PDP govermnent to igbo party and involve in too many scandals. she rig elections, she bribe inec officers, she involve in forgery, she bribe appeal court judges, madam wetin?

  10. Pauline

    November 14th, 2011

    Nigeria is a funny country. When this woman was in goverment we all thought she was a saint. Now nobody talk good about her. Even in Benin everybody was celebrating when she lost the election, why? Madam, why not just cool down. dont be too desparate. it is a shame to us women that you are also giving bribe. which means you stole a lot of money from goverment.

  11. Grace

    November 14th, 2011

    All of us in ministry of information know madam Dora is the most corrupt woman in Nigeria. she used fake list of staff to collect millions of naira every month. some of the staff now want to petition to efcc. she took money of innocent poor workers and they did not know. God will punish her.

  12. Anthony

    November 14th, 2011

    I always suspected there was something fake and dirty about madam rebranding. Inec official shouted that Dora tried to bribe him. Tribunal said Dora committed forgery. Now she is bribing the court of appeal—– Madam, where did you get the N1 billion that is rumoured that you spent on the election? Corruption, corruption, corruption………..

  13. Isaac Umunna

    November 14th, 2011

    Ikenna, please stop ridiculing yourself with these unprofessional write-ups borne out of an ulterior motive. For the avoidance of doubt, I replied your sms on behalf of Prof. Akunyili, against whom you have for long waged a relentless and unjustified war for reasons best known to you, but you deliberately refused to reflect our response.

    This was my exact response sent from my phone around 10 a.m.: “This is a vexatious and ridiculous allegation by those afraid of losing the case and desperate to discredit Nigeria’s Judiciary. It’s a figment of the imagination of a sick mind. Dora doesn’t have that kind of money. Even if she does, she wouldn’t use it to bribe anybody. It is highly regrettable and unfortunate that Dora’s opponents have resorted to cheap blackmail.

    Isaac Umunna
    SA Media to Prof. Dora Akunyili.