The document obtained by Punch states in part that, “any recovered amount from N5bn and above attracts a flat/definite reward of two and a half per cent of the recovered sum.”
The document also states that the commission would become due and payable to the whistle-blower ‘within 30 days’ of the receipt of the recovered/looted funds by the Federal Government and payment shall be made to the designated/nominated account provided in writing by the whistle-blower, Punch reports.
However, in the affidavit submitted to the court in support of the suit, the whistle-blower states that the Federal Government has failed to honour its promise to him despite putting his life and his family safety at risk to expose corruption.
He added that all the letters he wrote to the President and the AGF didn’t receive a favourable response.
You’ll recall that in 2016, the Buhari administration introduced a whistle-blowing policy to encourage Nigerians to reports corrupt activities by giving incentives and commissions to whistle-blowers.