The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Enugu Zonal Command has detained twelve bankers in Enugu.Infomation Guide Nigeria
The suspects are accused of “insider fraud,” according to a statement from the anti-corruption bureau.
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Odeniyi Anthony, Deki Kingsley Onyekachi, Oguchukwu Ene, Elendu Chizaram, Victoria Ezedie, and Chidi-Ukah Obinna are their names.
Anyakora Uchenna, Onah Kingsley, Akwe Elizabeth, and Chinenye Grace Acibe, Etoh Lawrence Uzochukwu, and Udeze Harrison are among the others.
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The EFCC found that the bankers reportedly took various sums of money from inactive accounts at an Enugu branch of an old–generation bank.
The monies were transmitted to multiple recipients, with the primary recipient previously determined.
The commission stated that everyone will be charged in court after investigations are concluded.
Several Nigerians have fallen prey to disappearing cash, particularly those who have not accessed their accounts for an extended period.Jamb Result
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