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#EFCC Arrests Nine #Suspects for Internet #Fraud in #BeninCity

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Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Benin Zonal Office today, Tuesday , February 9, 2021 arrested  nine suspected internet fraudsters in an early morning operation in Benin City,  Edo State.
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The suspects who were arrested following intelligence received by the Commission are Okosun Godspower, Imo Harry Hamilton, Efosa Desmond, Odiase Aifuwa, Idoko Onakpa, Dogìo Samson, Okukoje Godstime, Onuigbo Julius and Osamulu Sunday.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org

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#Nigerian Man bags Seven years jail term for N7m fraud while #billions of Naira embezzlement are #overlooked

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Justice R. Irene Ifijeh of the Edo State High Court sitting in Ubiaja on Tuesday January 26, 2021 conviçted and sentenced one Matthew Aluya to seven years imprisonment or a fine of N200,000 for offences bordering on stealing by conversion. 

Aluya was arraigned by the Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC,  on November 6, 2017 on one count charge bordering on stealing by conversion contrary to Section 383(2)(F) of the Bendel State Criminal Code Law (As applicable in Edo State ) 1976 and punishable under Section 390(9)of the same Law.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org

Stealing #Fraud #Corruption #Crime #EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou

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N2bn #Pension #Fraud: #Corruption #Creativity : Following the #successful footsteps of others #Maina slumps in #court

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Alleged #Pension N2bn Fraud: Following the successful footsteps of others Maina slumps in #court
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The former Chairman of the defunct Pension Reform Taskforce Team, Abulrasheed Maina, who is facing money laundering charges, on Thursday, collapsed before trial Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court in Abuja.
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Maina slumped down shortly after the court resumed proceedings in the 12-count charge the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, preferred against him and his firm, Common Input Property and Investment Limited.
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He had on Wednesday, after the EFCC closed its case with nine witnesses, secured permission of the court to enter a no-case-submission to the charge against him. However, when the case was called on Thursday, Maina’s lawyer, Mr. Anayo Adibe, told the court that his client would not be able to proceed with his application.
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Adibe said he was unable to prepare the no-case-submission owing to the fact that he was not availed with records of proceedings of the court in the matter. The defence lawyer was about to make further submission when his client, Maina, slumped beside the dock where the court permitted him to sit.
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Some lawyers and officials of the Nigerian Correctional Service quickly rushed to his aid, a development that forced trial Justice Abang to suspend sitting.

Reposted from @lindaikejiblogofficial Maina extradited to Nigeria after arrest in Niger Republic

The embattled Chairman of the defunct Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina, has been extradited to Nigeria to face his ongoing money laundering trial after he was rearrested in Niger Republic on Monday, November 30.

He was received by men of the Nigeria Police Force at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport this afternoon, Thursday, December 3. The aircraft carrying the former Chairman of the defunct Pension Reform Task Team landed at the airport at 2.15 pm.

Maina is facing a 12-count money laundering charges filed against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC. Part of the allegation against him is that he used his firm to launder N2 billion from the coffers of the pension scheme and also used some of the money to purchase in Abuja.

Justice Okon Akpan of the Federal High Court Abuja ordered his trial to begin in absentia after he had jumped the bail granted him by the judge,

Reposted from @lindaikejiblogofficial Photos of embattled pension task force boss, Abdulrasheed Maina, arriving Nigeria after he was extradited from Niger Republic today December 3.

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#Court Adjourns Jang’s Case till #November 4th

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#Nigerians baffled as #Diezani who looted the Country’s fund preaches to #Youths from her hideout to be hardworking

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The guys this woman has can last a Country of 3 million citizens enough for a year. you mean to tell me that this former Minister who has not been able to come back to Nigeria due to the amount of money she stole from the country, who has been in the UK claiming to be sick with some form of cancer so she can avoid the Nigerian government, went ahead to run to another country so that the UK government won’t extradite her back to Nigeria when they find out she had been faking the sickness, is now the same person advising Nigerian youths to shun internet fraud and quick money mindset, but instead work hard to earn a living? The guts this woman has though.. Wonders shall never end.

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#Hushpuppi Confidently hires another #lawyer meanwhile #Nigerians in #Dubai suffer the consequences of his #Crime

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#Abacha never #stole from #Nigeria — Widow Maryam

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The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof Itse Sagay (SAN), says he is shocked by the claim that the late military dictator, Gen. Sani Abacha, did not steal from Nigeria’s treasury and stashed the money away in foreign accounts. . Despite a series of recoveries of funds said to have been looted by Abacha’s regime, his wife, Maryam, has insisted that her husband did not steal. . “What is this amount of money after 22 years? You say, ‘Oh! We have found this amount of money and we’re bringing it back! It is a shame to tell lies on a dead man! It is a shame to tell lies on your leader,” Maryam said recently. . But in an interview with The PUNCH, PACAC Chairman, Sagay, said he was shocked that anyone could claim that Abacha did not loot the nation’s treasury. . Sagay wondered if all the funds recovered from foreign lands were proceeds from Abacha’s foreign estate. . He said, “All the funds being recovered, are they part of his (Abacha’s) salary or private estate? What else are you going to call it other than looting public funds? I don’t understand that argument and I didn’t think that anybody could be arguing that way. I’m shocked to hear that. Where did the money come from? From a private business?” —- Follow us for breaking news and videos. —- #itsesagay #publicfunds #looting #abachaloot #maryamabacha #punchnewspapers

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#Covid19 stalls trial of Benue #DeputySpeaker on alleged N5.2m #fraud — #EFCC

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#Fraud charges on #Woodberry dismissed as stolen Money can’t be traced due to #Bitcoin

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Full details: U.S. court dismisses fraud case against Woodberry . . A United States court has dismissed the case against Olalekan Ponle aka Woodberry, who was accused of multi-million dollar wire fraud, PremiumTimes is reporting . . According to the complaint against Mr Ponle, an unnamed Chicago company was tricked into sending wire transfers totalling $15.2 million. Companies based in Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, New York and California also were victims of the fraud, prosecutors say. . . He was subsequently indicted on an eight-count charge of wire fraud by a grand jury. However, on Monday, the U.S government filed a motion through its attorney, John R. Lausch, requesting that the case against him should be dismissed without prejudice. . . “Counsel for the government has spoken with counsel for the defendant and defendant’s counsel has no objection to this motion. Respectfully submitted,” Mr Lausch stated. . . PT reports that he said that it is in pursuant with Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 48, which states that the government may, with leave of court, dismiss an indictment, information, or complaint. . . Also, the government may not dismiss the prosecution during trial without the defendant’s consent. A court order issued by Judge Robert W. Gettleman on Tuesday, said the government’s motion to dismiss complaint without prejudice was granted. . . When a case is dismissed with prejudice, it is over and done with, once and for all, and can’t be brought back to court. . . However, when it is dismissed without prejudice, like in the case of Woodberry, the dismissal is temporary as the prosecutor can refile the case within a certain period of time. . . According to PT, the probable causes of dismissal range from unavailability of sufficient evidence, an improper criminal complaint or charging document, to loss of evidence necessary to prove the defendant committed the crime. . . As of now, the reason for the dismissal against Woodberry isn’t known but there are indications that the prosecutor will re-file a case against him as he is yet to be released from detention. . . Credit: PremiumTimes

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#Manhunt launched after #Logisticsmanager of #Mizwanneka #absconds with goods worth a fortune

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Plz y’all should help me repost this picture untill this criminal is found 🙏🙏🙏 up untill Wednesday last week , this thief was our logistics manager , he got fired because he was very nonchalant and will give silly excuseses to why clients orders are not leaving the store . He lived in my staff quarters till the day he was fired . Just a few months ago , he claimed one rider disappeared with one of my new bikes , with 11 clients parcel , after a while of trying to trace and find the said rider , I gave up and even threatened to deduct money of the bike from his salary which I never did as I just decided to let go and give him another chance . Just today , one of the riders for wanneka express who was not aware that he has been completely fired , got a call from him asking that he waits where he is ,that madam (who is me ) sent him to buy a cake from somewhere 🤷‍♀️ I have been in live video all day . So the rider met him and he took the bike from the rider and said he will use the bike to pick up the cake , so that one should wait somewhere , that one took out 3 packages from the bike to create space for the cake and had 22 parcels remaining , this thief left with the bike and didn’t come back , wen he kept calling him , he dropped the bike somewhere and asked him to go pick it up there . Wen the rider got to where the bike was , he found the bike and all 22 parcels where gone 🤦‍♀️ he has since stopped taking he’s calls and even turned off his phone . Plz help repost this till he is found … I gave him another chance and he still let me down … this thief has 22 parcels belonging to 22 clients .

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The #NDDC Drama continues as #Pondei is seen walking away after a fruitful faint during an embezzlement interrogation

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#Nigerians call the arrest of #SARagent #famous for assaulting #Yahooboys as he buys himself a brand new #Mercedecbenz

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Just like #Hushpuppi, #Woodberry hires top #ChicagoLawyer #MichaelNash

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Mr Woodberry hires top Chicago lawyer, Michael Nash Alleged fraudster, Olalekan Ponle, better known as Mr. Woodberry, who was apprehended alongside socialite Hushpuppi, has reportedly hired the services of a top rated Chicago lawyer, Michael Nash, to defend him in court. Woodberry, 29, who is currently being held in the United States, was arrested in the United Arab Emirate on June 10 for multiple fraud charges after a raid by operatives of the Dubai crime unit. According to a report by Premium Times, Mr Nash signed the Attorney Appearance Form for Woodberry on July 8. Mr Nash whose area of specialisation is Criminal Defense, has been practising for over 55 years — he was admitted to practice law in 1965 after graduating from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. As profiled by Super Lawyers, a platform that provides details of top U.S. lawyers, he also assists clients regarding Appellate issues. On Thursday, Mr Nash is saddled with the task of securing Woodberry’s bail. If found guilty, the alleged might be liable to a jail term ranging from 20-30 years. Woodberry and Hushpuppi were extradited to the United States on July 2. Woodberry is currently facing charges bordering on wire fraud Conspiracy at a United States District Court sitting in Illinois. His first appearance in court was on July 3, after which the preliminary hearing was set for July 16 before Judge Jeffrey T Gilbert. However, as provided by a section of the U.S. laws on the release or detention of a defendant pending trial, Woodberry will be remanded in the custody of the U.S. Marshal until further order of the Court.

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$8.5m #Scam : How We #Arrested #Internetfraud Kingpin Onwuzuruike — #EFCC

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#Fraud : #EFCC Presents Witness Against Mompha’s accomplices

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has presented witnesses against Mompha's alleged accomplices, Kayode Phillips and Hamza Koudeih. . The defendants are alleged to be high-valued targets in Organized Cyber Syndicate Network (OCSN). They were arraigned on November 28, 2019 on 25-count charges bordering on conspiracy and money laundering. . One of the charges read “That you, Kayode Phillips (a.k.a Voice of the King) and Hamza Koudeih (a.k.a. HK), sometime in May, 2019 within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, conspired among yourselves to commit an offence to wit conversion of the aggregate sum of $7, 069, 000 (Seven Million, Sixty-nine Thousand United States Dollars), £1, 000, 000 (One Million Pounds) and €80,000 (Eighty Thousand Euro) which sums you reasonably ought to have known form part of the proceeds of fraud and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Sections 18 (a), 15 (2)(d) of the Money Laundering Prohibition Act, 2015 and punishable under Section 15(3) of the same Act.” . Buhari, a forensic expert with the EFCC who was led in by prosecution consel A.O. Mohammed, gave a detailed account of the findings he made on the computer hard disk and two mobile phones recovered from Philips, the first defendant. . He disclosed that these included the lead document and transfer instructions to some people. Buhari said “My lord, I also found in the phones, chats between the first defendant and some other people, where he was discussing how to market each lead document to them." . They however pleaded not guilty to the charges, thus setting off their trial. Justice Hassan subsequently adjourned the matter till July 20 and 21, 2020 for ruling and continuation of trial. . A statement released by the anti-graft agency partly read "The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos Zonal Office has presented the first prosecution witness, Nuru Buhari, in the trial of the duo of Kayode Phillips and Hamza Koudeih, both of whom are alleged accomplices of Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha before Justice Muslim S. Hassan of the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos." . Read more on www.lindaikejisblog.com

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20 year old Adedamola #Adeherself Adewale has been granted a N500,000 #bail

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