Jan 20, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Breaking: EFCC arraigns Dubai-based internet celebrity Mompha for alleged fresh N6b fraud – Legit.ng

  • Mompha and his company, Ismalob Global Investment Limited, have been charged with over N6 billion in alleged money laundering
  • The defendants have been charged with conspiracy Laundering funds obtained through illegal activities, withholding such funds, transferring funds
  • The amounts reported in the indictment are N5,998,884,653.18, N32 million, N120 Millions and N15,960,000, totaling over N6 billion

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has a Dubai-based internet celebrity, Ismailia Mustapha, alias, indicted Mompha.

Mompha was indicted along with his company, Ismalob Global Investment Limited. Both were charged with over N6 billion in money laundering, reports The Nation Newspaper.

They were charged with eight counts of special offenses in front of Judge Mojisola Dada of an Ikeja court bordering on the offenses.

The EFCC accused them of conspiracy to launder funds obtained through illegal activities, withhold such funds, transfer funds for a suspect Olayinka Jimoh alias Nappy Boy and unlawful transfer of funds for a record label, among others.

The sums mentioned in the indictment amount to N 5,998,884,653.18, N 32 million , N 120 million and N 15,960,000 with a total of over N 6 billion.

The sums mentioned in the indictment are N5,998,884,653.18, N32Million, N120Million and N15.960.000, a total of over N6Billion.

Mompha faces prison nis penalty as EFCC arrests a celebrity again on social media for alleged money laundering

Recall Legit.ng reported that EFCC has been arrested again ed Ismailia Mustapha , aka Mompha, a Dubai-based social media celebrity, on alleged money laundering.

The EFCC said in a statement by its spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, that Mompha was taken into custody on Monday, January 10th.

EFCC returns stolen N326,000 to UNIBEN students

In another report, Diemesor Gabriel, a 21- year-old student from the Chemical Engineering University of Benin received his N326,000 back on Friday, December 24th.

The sum was given to Gabriel by Adesola Amusan, a deputy commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

This happened after the student in Septemb he had filed a petition with the EFCC regarding the illegal withdrawal of N 326,000 from the N 600,000 grant from his account. The anti-transplant agency recovered the money and arrested three suspects after investigating Gabriel’s petition