EFCC Arrested Russian Swiss Golden Ponzi Scheme And 2 Nigerians Involved

The Nigeria (EFCC) Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has arrested the  fraudster Russian and two Nigerians: Austin Emenike and Dickson Nonso Onuchukwu in Lagos. And also recovered a total of N216,402,565.05 (Two Hundred and Sixteen Million, Four Hundred and Two Thousand, Five Hundred Sixty Naira, Five Kobo) only from Swiss Golden Investment, an online investment that purportedly deals in buying and selling of Gold Bars.

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EFCC, Arrested 15 Yahoo Boys, What EFCC Recovered Will Shock You. Coffins And Charms

The world is really coming to an end trust me. 15 suspected Internet fraudsters(Yahoo boys) have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC for offences bordering on obtaining by false pretence, lottery scam and love scam.

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“Itse Sagay Ikoyi Whistleblower Would Have Run Mad lf We had Paid Him”

The Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), has offered reasons as to why the Federal Government is yet to reward the whistle-blower who informed the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of the N13bn in an Ikoyi apartment.

Sagay said the government does not want him to run mad and that the whistle-blower needed to be adequately counselled, hence, the delay in his commission.

The senior advocate said this during an interview with PUNCH on Monday, November 13.

Sagay said if the commission, which the whistle-blower claims is N860m, was given to him immediately; he probably would have squandered it within a month or two.

Sagay said, “What I gathered from my inquiry is that the man is not sufficiently stable to receive such a huge sum of money. He is like someone who will almost run mental when he gets the money and will use it in an irresponsible manner, attracting not only undesirable people but even danger to himself.

“I think what they wanted to do for him was to provide counsellors. Not just counsellors for character and mental situation but counsellors who would be like consultants that would help him to really invest the money and plan in such a way that he doesn’t throw it away in five minutes.

“They are trying to help him. Nobody is denying him anything. They are trying to help him but he just misunderstands the intention and like everyone that has been deprived for a long time, he is so desperate to have it but from what I can see, if they just give him everything, it won’t last more than a month or two because so many people will start finding ways to get to him and taking their portions from him. So, they were just trying to help him but he became hysterical.”

Sagay hailed the Federal Government’s decision to pay the whistle-blower in tranches, adding that such a method of payment would deter him from spending it all at once.

Galadima wondered why the government did not question his client’s mental capacity when he was giving the EFCC information on the money.

The lawyer said even if his client was mental, he still deserved to be given his due.

He said, “As far as I am concerned, if the money is not paid by the end of this month, I am ready to tell the whole world but if they act favourably, their image will be redeemed.

“Does Prof. Sagay have contact with my client? Doesn’t my client have relatives that can take care of him? Even a mad man is entitled to his estate so what are they talking about? That is not an excuse as far as I am concerned.”


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Four Internet Fraud And School Dropout Arrested By (EFCC) ln Lagos.

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