Nigerian ex-defence chief Alex Badeh 'stole $20m' from the aviation based armed forces and purchasing mansion.

A previous Nigerian head of protection has been blamed for taking $20m (£14m) from the aviation based armed forces and purchasing a mansion. Resigned Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh prevents 10 charges from securing extortion, criminal break of trust and IRS evasion. 

He was designated head of safeguard two years prior. Local media says ACM Badeh is the most recent of a few authorities blamed for taking billions of dollars from the military. 

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ACM Badeh is blamed for utilizing the assets to purchase a house in the capital Abuja alongside a string of different properties. More than $1m in real money was additionally purportedly found at one of his homes. 

Our reporter said he was delegated when the military was going under maintained feedback over its battle against Boko Haram aggressors. 

Under previous President Goodluck Jonathan, bleeding edge troops grumbled that they were not well prepared to battle the aggressors and control in the armed force was separating as fighters declined to complete requests. 

An examination has asserted that an aggregate of $2bn (£1.3bn) intended to purchase arms to battle Boko Haram had disappeared. 

The previous national security counselor, Sambo Dasuki, was charged in December regarding the case including $68m that is claimed to be missing. He was blamed for honoring ghost contracts to purchase helicopters, contender planes and ammo, which he denied.