Mr. Adetunji Tunde Oluwasegun is a 45-year-old car driver who saw the credit alert of 2 million naira in his bank account from an unknown source. The man took the huge money as manner from heaven and instead of tracing the money to know where it came from, he decided to spend it. The money was erroneously credited in his account but the man did not care about finding the owner. He spent the money and he was tracked down by the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The owner of the money was later identified
It was disclosed by an eyewitness that the Economic Financial Crime Commission staffs storm Ago Iwoye the main campus of Olabisi Onabanjo University. This was posted by OOU Parrot and OOU Media, the both are WhatsApp news outlet. It seems that the eyewitness made the revelation to one of the Whatsapp Tv. The news update has been posted to all platforms of the school, some are in palpable tension about the new development. An unconfirmed victim confided that some students were arrested already and one million
The Federal Government is considering dragging some medical doctors through the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) for illegally collecting medical training allowances meant for House Officers on residency training programme in 2020, to tune of ₦540 million.
Nigerian filmmaker, Biodun Stephen Oladigbo has accused Economic Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) of breaking into her hotel room in the middle of the night without any warrant. In a long post made on her official Instagram account, the movie director and producer said that in the middle of the night, she woke up and saw two heavily armed men in black dress in her hotel room.