Saturday, 15 April 2017

Tomato Seller Claims N250m Cash Found in Balogun Market

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A man who cases to be a tomato broker has drawn nearer the EFCC to claim responsibility for N250million plunder as of late found in Balogun advertise in Lagos.

As contentions shake the country over the disclosure of an amazing N15 billion in an Ikoyi, Lagos condo, a man has supposedly appeared at the Lagos office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) guaranteeing responsibility for N250 million found at the Balogun Market, Lagos, on Monday. 

An EFCC source who did not have any desire to be named educated Saturday Tribune that "a man went ahead Wednesday guaranteeing the cash had a place with him and that it was the returns of his exchange tomatoes." 

"We asked him what business got him the cash, the man said he bargains in conveying tomatoes from the North to offer in Lagos. We asked him for what reason he didn't put the cash in bank, he said he doesn't utilize banks. Then the cash is in parcels with bank wrappers bearing stamps dated as later as sixth April, 2017. 

"The man was captured, his announcement taken yet has been given an authoritative safeguard as examinations proceed with," the EFCC source revealed to Saturday Tribune while including that the cash had been saved with the Central Bank. 

As of press time, EFCC representative in Lagos, Sammin Amadin, was yet to react to a request on the matter. 

Source: Nigerian Tribune

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