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#EFCC Arraigns Kwara Contractor for Alleged N30m #Fraud

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ilorin Zonal Office on Thursday, February 20, 2020 arraigned a 66-year-old contractor, Chief Joseph Oluwole Komolafe, before Justice Mahmood Abdulgafar of a Kwara State High Court sitting in Ilorin on a one-count charge bordering on money laundering to the tune of N30million. .

He was alleged to have diverted the said money from the fund meant to supply laboratory equipment for the University of Ilorin, Kwara State.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org

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#Warning: The famous Pair of Lagos “One Chance” #thieves revealed.

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Take a good look at this acting faces and know that when ever you come across them in Lagos, they are about to rob you, depending on your level of greed and lack of contentment. Victims and non victims have identified these men as regulars in the high way taxi thief rounds.

Now take note of their faces and warn your loved ones and relatives to mind their business and highlight when ever they have been engaged in this bull crap conversation about a huge amount of money in the trunk of the 🚕.. Be warned and curtail your greed and need for money you didn’t work for.

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#EFCC Nabs Two Brothers, 13 others Over Internet #Fraud

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibadan zonal office on Thursday, February 13, 2020, arrested two siblings – Olanrewaju Olatunji (19) and Femi Olatunji (29) and thirteen others for alleged involvement in internet-related fraud.

The suspects were apprehended at Alafara area of Ibadan, Oyo State, following intelligence earlier received on their alleged illegal activities.

The thirteen others, whose ages range between 16 and 48 years, include: Abiodun Ojo, Lawal Ahmed, Adedeji Olatunbosun, Adeniyi Ramon, and Oladipupo Oluwatobilola.

Others are: Ayomide Olawale, Elegbede Wale, Victor Adaramoye, Timileyin Adeniran, Kunmi Joshua, Tawfeeq Ibrahim, Funmbi Samuel and Adeyemo Yinka.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org .

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Case of #Hacked #Facebook Account can now be reported to #EFCC?

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Reposted from @officialefcc Reporting a Hacked Facebook Account. Before contacting the EFCC to report about your hacked Facebook account, ensure you’ve followed these steps: . Try changing your password
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. Report the hacked account to Facebook (the EFCC cannot take down your Facebook account) by: asking your contacts to report the hacked profile or create a new profile and report the old account
By so doing, the scammer will not be able to defraud anyone using your profile.

PS: Be weary of people chatting you up about investing in businesses unknown to you. Always contact your family or friends in situations that seem suspicious.
Do not be greedy. Most people are defrauded as a result of greed.
The #EFCC cares about you. Social media has its advantages and disadvantages so ensure that you #StaySafe.

EFCC #FightingForYou #anticorruption – #regrann

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EFCC #Arrests 89 ‘Yahoo-Boys’ in Ibadan #NightClub

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The Ibadan zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arrested 89 suspected internet fraudsters at the popular Club 360 located on the Akala Expressway, Oluyole Extension in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

In preparation for the late night operation which took place over the weekend, officers of the Commission had carried out series of discreet surveillance on the nature of activities going on in the nightclub which according to intelligence gathered, the said club was notorious for harbouring “yahoo-yahoo boys.”

For details of this and more stories, visit www.efccnigeria.org

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Valentine’s Day: EFCC, NYSC Plan #Public Sensitisation Against #Corruption

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, and the National Youth Service Scheme, NYSC, have agreed to use February 14, 2020, to engage and sensitize the youths of Nigeria in all the states of the country about the evils of corrupt practices. .

Both agencies will, during the Valentine’s Day, engage the youths of Nigeria in the fight against corruption.

The Director of Public Affairs, EFCC, Mr. Osita Nwajah, who represented the Acting Executive Chairman,  Magu at a meetinng with NYSC Management,  said the youths were the centre-piece of any social development adding that it was important that every single development policy and law involve the youths.

Magu who described the NYSC programme as a “life-changing programme” added that it is important to aggregate the ideas that are embedded in the Nigerian youths to move the nation forward.

He strongly acknowledged the role that the NYSC has played in nation building and described it as an integral part of the Commission in achieving its mandate, especially in the areas of sensitization and human capacity development.

The Director General of the Nigerian Youth Service Scheme , Brig. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, in his response, expressed excitement at the collaboration and assured the Commission of his total support and availability in the fight against corruption.EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou

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#Court Jails NDDC Staff 7 Years for N4m Contract #Fraud

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Justice A.T Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Port Harcourt, on Friday, 17 January, 2020 sentenced one Tarila Ebizimor to seven years imprisonment for obtaining money under false pretence to the tune of N4.000.000.00 (Four Million Naira). .

The convict, a supervisor in the Security Department of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC was prosecuted by the Port Harcourt Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on a four-count charge.

Ebizimor’s journey to prison began sometime in August, 2013 when he paraded himself as personal assistant of the managing director of the NDDC and obtained the sum of N4million from the petitioner on the pretext that he will help facilitate the award of road construction contract to him.

One of the charges against him reads: “That you Tarila Ebizimor on the 13th day of August, 2013 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State within the jurisdiction of this honorable court did fraudulently obtain the sum of  N2,000,000 (Two Million Naira), which said sum was paid into your Fidelity Bank account No. 5330259983, by a means of transfer from God’s Grace Haulage Limited on the pretext that you were to facilitate the award of road construction contract from Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), a pretext you know to be false and thereby committed an offence, contrary to Section 1(i)(a) of Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act, 2006 and punishable under Section 1(3) of the same Act”. ObtainingByFalsePretence #Crime #Fraud #Corruption #Jail #NDDC #Prison #EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou – #regrann

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Alleged N33bn Fraud: Witness Exposes Mompha’s Illicit BdC Operations — #EFCC.

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Reposted from @officialefcc Alleged N33bn Fraud: Witness Exposes Mompha’s Illicit BdC Operations .
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The fourth prosecution witness, (PW4), Enu Matthew Obun, in the trial of Ismaila Mustapha, better known as Mompha on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, told a Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos, presided over by Justice Abdullahi M. Liman that the suspected internet fraudster ran an illegal bureau de change with his company, Ismalob Global Investments Limited.
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC is prosecuting Mompha alongside the company on a 14-count charge, bordering on cyber fraud and money laundering to the tune of N33 billion (Thirty-three Billion Naira).
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Mompha, who is the first defendant in the matter is alleged to have used the company to launder funds, part of which he used to acquire properties in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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Led in evidence by prosecution counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, the witness, a compliance officer with the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML), of the EFCC, told the court that on November 15, 2019, the Commission requested from SCUML the regulation and compliance status of the company and that “upon inspection, it was discovered that Ismalob is not registered with the SCUML.”
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He further stated that “From the database search in the office, there is no information on Ismalob Global Investment Limited and all the transactions that were done in the company’s account between December 14, 2015 and January 25, 2018 are not on SCUML’s record.”
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The EFCC letter of request and the response from SCUML were admitted in evidence by the court.
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Justice Liman adjourned the matter until February 26, 2020 for continuation of trial.
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EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou – #regrann

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Alleged N33bn Fraud: Witness Exposes Mompha’s Illicit BdC Operations . . The fourth prosecution witness, (PW4), Enu Matthew Obun, in the trial of Ismaila Mustapha, better known as Mompha on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, told a Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos, presided over by Justice Abdullahi M. Liman that the suspected internet fraudster ran an illegal bureau de change with his company, Ismalob Global Investments Limited. . . The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC is prosecuting Mompha alongside the company on a 14-count charge, bordering on cyber fraud and money laundering to the tune of N33 billion (Thirty-three Billion Naira). . . Mompha, who is the first defendant in the matter is alleged to have used the company to launder funds, part of which he used to acquire properties in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. . . Led in evidence by prosecution counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, the witness, a compliance officer with the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML), of the EFCC, told the court that on November 15, 2019, the Commission requested from SCUML the regulation and compliance status of the company and that “upon inspection, it was discovered that Ismalob is not registered with the SCUML.” . . He further stated that “From the database search in the office, there is no information on Ismalob Global Investment Limited and all the transactions that were done in the company’s account between December 14, 2015 and January 25, 2018 are not on SCUML’s record.” . . The EFCC letter of request and the response from SCUML were admitted in evidence by the court. . . Justice Liman adjourned the matter until February 26, 2020 for continuation of trial. . . #EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou

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#Nigerian man #explicitly lists out process of retrieving your #money after being #scammed.

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They say a problem half shared, could be the problem half solved. This kind gentleman took ou time to share with the world especially Nigerians who are easily exposed to one scam act or the other.

To show just how many scam victims there are in this country, a person was said to have tried this step by step moves and it worked for them. If you know you have been scammed for one reason or the other, and the bank is being very suspiciously indecisive about helping you, then this are the steps on how to handle the scammer and the bank.

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Lagos transport workers get #arrested after honouring a meeting #invite

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A story has made headline in Lagos State Nigeria, after a group of transport workers showed up for a meeting with a certain MC Oluomo who invited them, only for them to be arrested.

The story however turned confusing a whole table of Arms and amunitions were displayed by the men of the Nigerian police who claimed that an over night criminal crime that resulted in the death of someone, was committed and they (The transport men) were the suspects to be interrogated.

In that case, the men were actually lured into an arrest by their head who invited them for a meeting. well, that’s cold Judahs.. And that must have been mortifying for them, even though that doesn’t seem to make any difference right now. They either snitch on the person responsible for this crime, or face the wrath of the law together.

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Alleged €29million fraud: EFCC Presents Two Witnesses Against Jean Codo, Company

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from @officialefcc – Alleged €29million fraud: EFCC Presents Two Witnesses Against Jean Codo, Company

The Lagos Zonal office of the EFCC, on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, presented two prosecution witnesses, Van Tichelan Freddy and Stefan Somogyi, against a businessman, Jean Codo and his company, Transport and Port Management System Limited, TPMS. .
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The defendants were arraigned on Friday, December 13, 2019 before Justice Mojisola Dada of the Special Offences Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos, on a seven-count charge bordering on stealing to the tune of €29,000,000.00 (Twenty-Nine Million Euros), property of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website: www.efccnigeria.org

EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou – #regrann

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#Breaking: An #Abuja gang of #robbers trapped in firstbank

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With Christmas past, many will expect the heightened end of year crime rate to drop drastically and robbers take a damn break, but not this particular gang of robbers. They are currently at it in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria.

An Abuja gang of thieves have been settled in a First Bank Branch of Mpape in Abuja currently whatever it is they came there for. But as fate will have it, these guys have spent a reasonable length of time in the robbery scene that the police and residents (including passers by) have converged around the bank waiting for the robbers to emerge and probably launch an attack or flee for dear life.

The bank was said to have been attacked by 3 armed men who broke into it this Saturday morning. With the Men of the Nigerian police force surrounding the 🏦 and the mallams all lingering around with an ever ready assistance to render to the police, it is gradually spelling doom for these rather unfortunate set of robbers, cos if not all, then atleast one of them will be caught this afternoon (Expect the police allows them escape).

The Nigeria police force an either let this play out ridiculously, or they handle it to redeem themselves. Get sophisticated guns and stay in waiting for these robbers, because if the robbers make it out on their own, they will either shoot at every and anyone in sight, or they will simply surrender. But since don’t know which will happen, it is best to just stay ready for which ever one happens.

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The #Nigerian police force parades a notorious one chance #gang operators in Abuja

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This is the kind of operation that has been crippling Lagos workers. The more you see that this is becoming rampant, the more it should be taken seriously. The Nigerian police caught this gang of thieves after complains were filed by victims who narrated the horrible ordeal .

A trap was set and the thieves were quick to fall for it. Now they have been caught, they are paraded to the general public.

Nothing will please residents of Lagos and Port Harcourt like having a police rare similar to this done in their towns. Even though this is more feasible in Lagos than Port Harcourt, because the later is a city run by cult groups.

Punchnews shared the video on their Instagram page and public interrogation done by the police. Watch the men looking humble and innocent but deadly and ferocious at night.

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#Nigerians become hopeful as #Algeria Jails Two Former Prime Ministers For #Corruption

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Why many wonder why such a new can make Nigerians hopeful, they forget that this country is where it is right now due to the same menace.

Being an African country alongside the now acting Algeria, Nigerians are hopeful that the God of fixes will visit their country just like it has fortunately done for Algeria.

The news broke today that an Algerian Court had sentenced two former prime minister of the rather silent country to jail for a durable length of time for corruption.


Both men who were sentenced to over 10 years each had their gray shine, which means that just like the former Governor of Abia State was sentenced last week, Abdelmalek Sellal was sentenced to 12 years in prison, Ahmed Ouyahia was sentenced to 15 years

Not sure if both men instead to appeal this sentencing like the former Governor of Abia State, Orji Uzoh Kalu. Talk about karma coming to town to roast.

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#EFCC boss advises Nigerian youths against the desperation to “Blow”

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Before we continue, let it be known that the blow being referred to here, is not the one everyone of you immoral minded humans are considering (if you are a Nigerian youth that is), it is the blow that is used to refer the accumulation of massive wealth. It is a very famous word used here in Nigeria. Thank me later if you are trying to learn the famous and widely adopted Nigerian pidgin.

The urgency, temptation, desperation, and plan to blow (get wealthy quick) amongst Nigerian youths has been deeply advised against as Nigerian EFCC boss who is now out to get and convict these internet fraudsters now flooding the Nigerian society.

The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has charged Nigerian youth not to join the bandwagon of those seeking to ‘blow’ – the modern slang that depicts desperation for quick wealth, #Pmnews reports. ..“At the individual level, every youth must shun all temptation to be corrupt or be corrupted by any means. They must realise that the only way to success is hard work. ..The fast way only leads to destruction. GROW, don’t BLOW! An attempt to sacrifice steady growth on the alter of a ‘blowing success’ is an invitation to self-destruct,” he noted…Instead, he urged them to follow their dream through to success and always stay away from criminal acts in order not to fall into the raging hand of the law. ..He said joining the ‘blow’ gang could push youths into committing crimes which may in turn cut short their dreams.

I hope you all will harken to these words of advise and get wealthy legitimately through the numerous strings of income and wealth accumulation.

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Sen. Dino Melaye clears things up after a fake account bearing his name promised Tacha N30m

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These fake accounts have no chills whatsoever. These guys have the persistence of 10 lionesses directed to the very wrong thing. Just imagine if this same energy was given to their career and hustle. What will someone gain from promising someone money using a person’s fake account? Rubbish  behaviour. Dino is now clearing his name after they dragged him into it, when he found out that a fkae account has used his name to promise big Brother’s newly  disqualified housemate Tacha.

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