Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos by the EFCC
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Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos by the EFCC

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Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos by the EFCC.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has handed over a property located at 1A, Joke Ayo Street, Riverside Estate , Alagbado, Lagos, recovered from a convicted fake Army General, Bolarinwa Abiodun, to one Bamidele Safiriyu Olusegun as well as a Range Rover Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, a black BMW car, a black Toyota Land cruiser car, and a white Toyota Hilux .

On Thursday, the Lagos Zonal Command of the anti-graft agency disclosed this in a statement issued .

It stated that Abiodun had posed as an Army General to defraud Olusegun of the sum of N266,500,000.

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Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos by the EFCC.

It stated that: “Upon his conviction on July 8, 2022, the trial judge, Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of the Special Offences Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos, had sentenced Abiodun to seven years imprisonment and also ordered him to forfeit all the proceeds of the crime.”

Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos  located at 1A, Joke Ayo Street, Riverside Estate, Alagbado, Lagos, as well as a Range Rover Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, a black BMW car, a black Toyota Land cruiser car, and a white Toyota Hilux recovered from a convicted fake Army General, Bolarinwa Abiodun, to one Bamidele Safiriyu Olusegun.

The Lagos Zonal Command of the anti-graft agency disclosed this in a statement issued on Thursday.

It said Abiodun had posed as an Army General to defraud Olusegun of the sum of N266,500,000.

Fake army general’s forfeited property was handed over to victim in Lagos by the EFCC.

It stated: “Upon his conviction on July 8, 2022, the trial judge, Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of the Special Offences Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos, had sentenced Abiodun to seven years imprisonment and also ordered him to forfeit all the proceeds of the crime.”

Ahmed Ghali, the Lagos Zonal Commander of EFCC,  while handing over the vehicles on Tuesday at the EFCC’s Lagos Command, described the development as a milestone in the fight against corruption.

Ahmed Ghali appealed to the people to always provide information to the EFCC to assist it in fighting corruption.

“Finally, justice has been served. Whoever commits a crime will not get away with it. Sooner or later, the arm of the law will always catch up with you. We take pleasure in seeing fraudulent people brought to justice,” Ghali said.

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