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Magu's investigation hit stumbling block as unknown men steal computer containing evidence from NFIU

Suspended EFCC boss Magu's investigation took another turn as evidence were destroyed in the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit. Which is also an agency responsible for investigating Financial Crimes. The NFIU is located at Aso Rock Villa and is responsible for the investigation of Magu. On Thursday,The NFIU was called by the Justice Salami led panel to question them about the ongoing investigation. The officials however said they did not bring the sensitive information along with them as per their operations

  1 year ago ago
Magu's investigation hit stumbling block as unknown men steal computer containing evidence from NFIU

CRIME

Check out what a Nigerian man said EFCC allegedly did to him around 4am that got people talking

A Nigerian man has taken to his Twitter account and narrate the experience he had with Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) around 4 am after they allegedly broke into his apartment and arrested him on gunpoint. The man identified as Rotimi said that day was the beginning of his nightmare because he thought they were armed robbers based on their mode of operations, but he later realized it was EFCC when he saw their jackets. Rotimi stated that he was calm after seeing their jacket, but not knowing

  1 year ago ago
Check out what a Nigerian man said EFCC allegedly did to him around 4am that got people talking

CRIME

Mompha Sues EFCC Over the Violation of his Right to Own Property Under the Nigerian Constitution

The Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) might be biting more than they can chew as Social media big boy Ismaila Mustapha popularly known as Mompha, has taken matters up a notch by Suing the Financial Crimes fighter with a lawsuit said to be in the region of N5 million which is as a result of his recent arrest and seizures of his properties. The lawsuit was necessary following the EFCC reluctance to release Mompha's properties that includes: 5 wristwatches, 1 Apple Air pod, one iPhone 8 mobile phone,

  1 year ago ago
Mompha Sues EFCC Over the Violation of his Right to Own Property Under the Nigerian Constitution