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EFCC Arrests Two Chinese Men Who Offered N100m Bribe To A Staff



The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has declared the capture of Two Chinese nationals for endeavoring to pay off a high ranking representative of the commission with N100 million.

We discovered that the Sokoto Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC captured two Chinese men, Mr Meng Wei Kun and Mr Xu Koi, after they were gotten with N50 million money as part installment of a N100 million pay off proposal to Zonal Head, Mr Abdullahi Lawal.

This paper additionally assembled that The zonal office of the Commission is exploring the development organization regarding the execution of agreements for the development of township streets in Gummi, Bukkuyun, Anka and Nassarawa towns of State; and furthermore the development of 168 (One Hundred And Sixty-eight) sunlight based controlled boreholes in the 14 neighborhood government regions of the state.

Frightened by the consistency and demonstrable skill of examination being led, the organization contacted Lawal with a proposal of N100million ( One Hundred Million Naira) as a pay off to “cover” the case.

In a fantastic structure to trap the degenerate authorities, Lawal cooperated, and on Monday, two agents of the organization Meng Wei Kun and Xu Kuoi offered him money totalling N50million (Fifty Million Naira) in their office along Airport Road, Sokoto. The money was offered as a first portion.

Examinations concerning the exercises of the development organization started after insight was accumulated by the counter join commission on supposed scheme; misappropriation of open assets; theft; official debasement; maltreatment of office, taking and tax evasion got against the Zamfara State government through expanded and uncompleted agreements granted to the organization.

Examinations have so far uncovered that China Zounghao Ltd has gotten installments of over N41billion (Forty One Billion Naira) from the Zamfara State government, out of which about N16,000,000,000(Sixteen Billion Naira) equivalent to over $US53,000,000.00 (Fifty Three Million US Dollars) was purportedly redirected and followed to some authority de change administrators.


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