EFCC Re-arrests Mompha For Cash Laundering

Mompha, who changed into arrested on Monday, January 10, is currently status trial on an amended 22-matter fee bordering on cyber fraud and money laundering to the track of N32.9 billion introduced against him by the EFCC..”

Instagram massive boy and socialite, Ismailia Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha has been rearrested with the aid of the Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, Lagos country command, for allegedly laundering budget obtained via illegal sports and retention of alleged proceeds of crime.

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Mompha, who became arrested on Monday January 10, is currently standing trial alongside his organisation, Ismalob Global Investment Limited, on an amended 22-rely rate bordering on cyber fraud and money laundering to the tune of N32.9 billion brought towards him via the EFCC.

Confirming his re-arrest to newsmen, EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, in a announcement, titled, ‘EFCC re-arrests Mompha for alleged money laundering.’said Mompha can be charged to court docket soon.

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The Statement Reads;

”The account of considered one of his groups, Ismalob Global Investment Limited Bank, a Bureau de Change company, domiciled in Zenith Bank Plc, turned into allegedly used to launder budget derived from illegal activities.

“Investigation has revealed a fraudulent switch slip of $92, 412, 75 located within the suspect’s iPhone 8 device. He will soon be charged to court docket.”

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Mompha had earlier been arrested by using the Nigeria Immigration Service at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport on October 18, 2019, at the same time as boarding an Emirates Airline flight to Dubai, following a watchlist by using the EFCC. Mompha is said to have used his registered organizations to acquire illicit funds on behalf of cyber fraudsters from across the world in go back for commissions..”