EFCC Arrest Get-Rich-Quick Scheme Spiritualist

EFCC Arrest Get-Rich-Quick Scheme Spiritualist

Self- Acclaimed Spiritualist Mohammed Ibrahim and his accomplice, Ibrahim Abubakar have been arrested by the Maiduguri Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at Sabon Bolori, behind Chad Basin, Borno State. Information Guide Nigeria

THE GUARDIAN reports that they have been arrested for defrauding one Mohammed Gaji of the sum of N16 million as payment for conducting spiritual powers to make him rich.

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Reports reveal that in the course of an investigation into a petition written against Mohammed Gaji, alleging that he misappropriated N22.2million given to him by the petitioner, Mohammed Alhaji Bukar to establish a cattle ranch business but rather than invest the money as planned, Gaji gave the spiritualist N16million out of the N22.2million for prayers so he could get rich. Jamb Results

EFCC spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren in a statement said Gaji has confessed that he gave part of the money given to him for business to the spiritualist to make him rich.

According to THE GUARDIAN, Gaji said that the spiritualist gave him a precious stone, a small iron box containing a white piece of cloth, and some foreign currencies and told him to fast for three months and one day before he could get rich.

Animal skins, animal horns, white pieces of clothes with Arabic inscriptions, calabashes, foreign currencies, and two small iron boxes are among the items discovered at the spiritualist residence.


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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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