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Photos Emerge As Popular Nigerian Is Finally Extradited To US Over Fraud (Details below)



The United State of America with the help of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has secured the extradition of a wire fraudster. Justice D.E Osiagor of the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos State gave the verdict to extradite the suspect known as Adedunmola Gbadegesin.

Adedunmola Gbadegesin is expected to bag 20 years imprisonment if found guilty of the charges levelled against him by the U.S government. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has finalized the process to extradite a Nigerian known as Adedunmola Gbadegesin to the United State of America for allegedly defrauding an American lady of $148,000.

According to a statement issued by the EFCC via its official social media page, the United States had filed a request to extradite Gbadegesin who is wanted for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering.

Gbadegesin’s extradition was carried out on Tuesday, April 26.

Gbadegesin to bag 20 years imprisonment gathered that the Gbadegesin’s action may earn him 20 years imprisonment as it contravenes the Title 18, US Code, Section 1349 and 1956 (h).

Meanwhile, the Federal High Court, Lagos , in Suit No. FHC/L/CS/765/21 under the supervision of Justice D.E Osiagor sanctioned the extradition based on criminal charges bordering on a romance scam, wire fraud, and money laundering.

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EFCC nabs man who scammed Kwara monarch
In another develop, the EFCC has arrested one Fidelis Poor, a member of a syndicate who has been accused of defrauding the Emir of Okuta in Kwara state , Idris Sero Abubakar. According to a post on the EFCC Facebook page, the Emir was duped of the sum of N33,399,999.00 by the scammers.

The monarch, Idris Sero Abubakar was a former legislator representing Baruten local government area at the green chamber.

Ex-governor’s son in EFCC net over multimillion property acquisition. Meanwhile, the son of former Nasarawa state governor, Tanko Al-Malkura is currently facing a probe from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over the acquisition of multimillion property.

It was gathered that the 24-year-old Amir paid an initial fee of N96million in cash in foreign currency equivalent for the property whose original price tag is N130million.
According to a source it was revealed that the alleged bought the house from a real estate company called Bilaad Realty Ltd.

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