EFCC secures interim forfeitures order on N49m cash found at airport

– Court grants EFCC an interim forfeiture of N49m
– Case adjourned to April 3rd

A Nigerian Court has granted the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) an interim forfeiture of the N49 million found at the Kaduna airport recently.

EFCC Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu

The court ordered that the amount be forfeited to the federal government of Nigeria pending the hearing and determination of motion on notice filed by the EFCC.

The order was made pursuant to Section 17 (2) of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Fraud Related offences Act 2006 as there is no individual (s) coming forward to claim the said sum after over 72 hours of getting the intelligence report from the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria FAAN, Kaduna.


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Justice Shuaibu also said the suit should be published in any of the national dailies across the country within a reasonable time in order for the EFCC to move a motion for the final forfeiture in case no one or group of persons comes forward for the stated sum.
A statement from the EFCC said “The case is adjourned to 3rd April 2017 for hearing”.

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