Taiga, was the third person to be charged by the anti-graft agency.
It would be recalled that the Federal Government arraigned two representatives of the P&ID before a Federal High Court in Abuja on allegations of fraud.
Justice I. E. Ekwo of Federal High Court, sitting in Maitama, Abuja sentenced the company, incorporated in British Virgin Island to wind up in Nigeria and its properties, forfeited to the federal government.
Ekwo convicted two directors, Mohammed Kuchazi and Adamu Usman.
Kuchazi and Usman were arraigned on an 11-count charge, bordering on obtaining by false pretence; dealing in petroleum products without an appropriate licence; money laundering and failure to register P&ID with the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML) as required by law, amounting to economic sabotage against the Nigerian state.
They pleaded guilty to the 11 counts of fraudulent involvement in the contract.
The court in its ruling convicted the suspects and ordered the firm to forfeit all its assets to the Nigerian government. (NAN)