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Cablegate: Ilea Gaborone - Financial Forensics Course, February 9-20,

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FM AMEMBASSY ABUJA
TO RUEHOR/AMEMBASSY GABORONE PRIORITY 0070
INFO RUEHOS/AMCONSUL LAGOS 0513
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 4808

UNCLAS ABUJA 002523

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ILEA FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR COWRY LAURIE
STATE FOR INL/C/CJ, INL/AAE AND DS/IP/AF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR KCRM ASEC EAID NI

SUBJECT: ILEA GABORONE - Financial Forensics Course, February 9-20,
2009.

REF: STATE 123737

1. The following 6 Nigerian personnel from the Nigerian Securities &
Exchange Commission are nominated for attendance for the above
referenced ILEA Training.

Name Reginald. Chukwudi Karawusa
DOB July 27 1966
Gender - Male
Rank - Assistant Director
Current Position - Ag. Head of Enforcement & Compliance Department
Passport No - A00209774
Expiry Date -
Contact No - 08033153168

Name - Nestor Ejikeme Ikeagu
DOB - September 18, 1968
Gender - Male
Rank - Senior Manager
Current Position - Head Enforcement Division
Passport No - A00188614
Expiry Date - 05 February 2013
Contact No - 08033114511

Name - Sufianu Owolabi Abdulkarim
DOB - October 24, 1967
Gender - Male
Rank - Senior Manager
Current Position - Senior Manager Enforcement Division
Passport No - A00302173
Expiry Date - 25 March 2013
Contact No - 08033114511

Name Mohammed Halilu Aminu
DOB - October 7, 1965
Gender - Male
Rank - Senior Manager
Current Position - Head Investigation Division
Passport No - A2587548
Expiry Date - 09 August 2009
Contact No - 08025596252

Name -Amos Isaac Azi
DOB - September 26, 1961
Gender - Male
Rank - Assistant Director
Current Position - Head of Administrative Proceedings Division
Passport No - A0348057
Expiry Date
Contact No - 08037021986

Name -Bernard Ebe
DOB - April 21, 1967
Gender - Male
Rank -Senior Manager
Current Position - Head of Compliance Division
Passport No - A1033654
Expiry Date - 10 June 2011
Contact No - 08023042377

2. Embassy reports that, as of this date, the Department of State
has no credible information regarding gross abuse of human rights on
the part of the Nigerian personnel nominated for ILEA training in
Gaborone from February 9-20, 2009. They will arrive in Gaborone from
Johannesburg on February 7, 2009 at 10:25am on South African Airways
flight number SA 1763. Participants will depart to Johannesburg on
February 22, 2009 at 9.45am on South African Airways Flight number
SA 1772.

3. Economy fare from Lagos to Gaborone and return per participant
is $1700. Each participant will receive a stipend of $30; Local
airfare travel for each Participant is $290.

4. Medical Clearance: All participants have obtained medical
clearance.

SANDERS

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