The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Abuja Zonal Command on Thursday, January 13, 2022, arraigned one Yunusa Abdullahi before Justice A.H Musa of the FCT High Court for allegedly issuing two dud cheques.
Abdullahi, a 45-year-old businessman, is facing a two count charge for allegedly issuing two cheques of N10m each in favour of one Sani Chindo Gangas as repayment of a debt. But both cheques were returned unpaid.
The Enugu Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Friday January l4, 2022, secured the conviction of four internet fraudsters also known as Yahoo Boys before Justice F. O. Giwa Ogunbanjo of the Federal High Court Enugu, Enugu State on charges bordering on forgery and impersonation to defraud.
The National Commission for Refugees Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons, NCFRMI, has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to support it in fulfilling its mandate which is catering to the needs of refugees and asylum seekers, internally displaced and stateless persons. The Honourable Federal Commissioner, Imaan Sulaiman Ibrahim made the appeal on Thursday January 13, 2021, during a courtesy visit to the corporate headquarters of the Commission. She specifically requested for the assistance of the EFCC in securing office accommodation and opportunity for her staff to train at the Commission’s Academy in Karu, Abuja. Hajia Ibrahim further implored the Commission to factor the plight of refugees and internally displaced persons it her corporate social responsibility considerations.
Earlier, the Refugees Commission boss disclosed that she had launched a strategic framework designed to turn around the fortunes of the Commission. She spoke passionately about the Project Zero Hunger aimed at meeting the needs of the most vulnerable and the Project Reliance which is a collaborative effort with the Central Bank of Nigeria to turn around the fortunes of the Commission and improve the condition of persons that depend on her services.