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The amount of money the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission recovered within six months in Abuja has been revealed. 

EFCC The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, says it secured 16 convictions, recovered N100 million within the last six months in Abuja zone of the agency, Vanguard reports. The recovery and conviction spanned November 2018 and April 2019. According to Umar Hadejia, Head of the EFCC Abuja Zonal Office, the achievement comes a few months after the anti-graft agency formally designated the Wuse II Office of the EFCC, as the Abuja Zonal Office, following the commissioning and movement of the Headquarters of the EFCC to its new Head Office Complex at Jabi, Abuja.  Hadejia who made the disclosure on Friday, May 10, 2019 stated that the Zone recovered a total cash of N92,800,078 , $42,543 and €1,000 during the period under review. He added that within the period, the Zone recovered the following items: Mercedes Benz C300, Mercedes Benz C240, Lexus salon car, 3 HP Pavilion Laptops, Dell Laptop, 3 Apple MAC Book Laptops, 9 iphone X smart phones, 7 Android phones, Apple ear pods, iwatches, Refrigerators, Televisions, generators, expensive wrist watches and jewelleries worth millions of Naira. He said: “The Zone has continued to speed up efforts to ensure that fraudsters are made to face the wrath of the law and in situations were funds are recovered, victims are refunded and where the court deems fit, funds are returned back to the federal government coffers. “We hereby urge citizens in Nigeria and the Diaspora to ensure they report any suspected economic or financial crime to the Commission for immediate investigation and prosecution.” 

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17-Year-Old Boy Marries 16-Year-Old Girl In Anambra State (Photo)

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A 17-year-old boy, Somto and his 16-year-old fiancée, have tied the knot traditionally according to Nnewi customs and tradition, over the weekend.

According to reports made available to Ananaedoonline, Somto hails from Nwachukwu family in Okofia Village in Otolo Nnewi.

Somto, who is said to be the last child of his parents, was said to have dropped out of school last month, insisting that he wants to get married.

After mounting serious pressure on his family, the family finally decided to accept his request, and also sponsored the traditional marriage in which the public was invited.

According to reports, Somto is not the only son of his parent, since he has an elder brother, who is said to be a graduate and is currently working in a Hospital within Anambra State.

Reports have it that after the traditional marriage, the parents of Somto opened a retail shop for the couple to manage and possibly take care of themselves.

The name of the bride and her place of origin is yet to be ascertained as at the time of writing.

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Border Closure: Ghanaian Alomo Bitters Manufacturer Loses About $2m

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Following the action of the Federal Government of Nigeria to close borders with neighbouring countries, Kasapreko has lost about $2 million in revenue.

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Kasapreko Company Limited, is the manufacturer of Alomo Bitters, a beverage widely consumed by Nigerians. The company is also Ghana’s largest local beverage manufacturer.

In a report by Francis Holly Adzah, the company’s Head of International Business Development, Kasapreko has lost about $2 million in revenue following the action of the Federal Government of Nigeria to close borders with neighbouring countries.

The beverage company according to report was able to transport three trucks before the border closure. But now, the company has exhausted its products in the Nigerian market according to Ghanain news website, JoyBusiness report.

We managed to send in three trucks of products to the Nigerian market moments before the border was closed,” Adzah said.

Four other trucks loaded with products, one at the border and the others at the premises of the manufacturing company, have been left grounded due to the border closure by Nigeria, according to report.

“In September, we lost $1 million to the closure. October is almost ended and our checks show a loss of another million dollars. The situation is getting out of hand and very serious,” Adzah told JoyBusiness in an exclusive interview.

The company said it has been forced to venture into other African regions like Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo, Benin and other European markets to offset the loss incurred from the Nigerian market due to the border closure.

United Nations COMTRADE database on international trade in 2018 pegged Ghana’s export to Nigeria at $80.96.

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The Last Video Instagram Celebrity, Mompha, Posted Before His Arrest

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Mompha has been cooling his heels off behind bars since his arrest by the EFCC a couple of days ago.

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It’s no longer news that Dubai based Nigerian big boy, Mompha has  been arrested.

Kemi Olunloyo broke the gist and it has since gone viral as Mompha trends on Twitter. Mompha is an instagram and Burea De Change big boy with lots of celebrities as friends.

He is known for showing off expensive cars, watches and other ostentacious items. The last video he posted before his arrest was at Fakhoury Motors Beirut, a wholesale car shop while the last picture was that of his cute daughter. 

Mompha’s daughterHe prayed for his daughter:

“I lift up my hands in prayers for you. May Allah approve your innermost good wishes, purify your intentions, remove your fears & tears, forgive your errors & sins, accept your prayers and grant you graceful long life and Jannatul Firdaus in the hereafter.(Ameen)

Juma’at Mubarak”

Watch a video below: 

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