No fewer than 13 Nigerians have been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, for their involvement in an alleged $30 million money laundering scheme in the United States of America.
Revealing this on Monday in a statement, the US department of justice said that federal agents arrested 24 suspects for their involvement in the large-scale fraud which targeted citizens, corporations, and financial institutions throughout the country.
Those arrested and charged to a federal court in Atlanta by the FBI included: Blessing Oluwatimilehin Ojo, Afeez Olaide Adeniran, Matthan Bolaji Ibidapo, Obinna Nwosu, and Benjamin Ibukunoluwa Oye.
Others were; Christopher Akinwande Awonuga, Ahamefule Aso Odus, Paul Chinonso Anyanwu, Chineda Obilom Nwakadu, Chukwukadibia Ikechukwu Nnadozie, Uchechi Chidimma Odus, John Ifeoluwa Onimole, and Oluwafunmilade Onamuti
More details soon…
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