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EFCC, Army discover vehicle with money in 'Ghana Must Go' bags in Abuja

Residents of Shendam Close, off Anthony Anyaoku Street, a neighbourhood of Area 11, Abuja, on Tuesday witnessed the discovery of huge cache of money in bags.

A combined team of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the army raided three vehicles with several ‘Ghana must go’ bags containing huge sums of money.

The vehicles, a Mercedes Benz S350 series with Bauchi plate number, KTG 01 AA, a Lexus SUV Jeep registered in Abuja and marked ABC 77 AKK were all stuffed full money huge bags.

The third vehicle, a BMW 640i series unmarked equally had several ‘Ghana must go’ bags at both the back seat and booth.

The EFCC operatives numbering about seven and accompanied by two army personnel, according to eyewitnesses, stormed the area about 4.50p.m.

Independent reporter met the team scurrying through one of the vehicles, counting the money and taking video shots.

It was also observed that the SUV had much of the bags in its booth.
"The daylight drama went undisturbed as shocked residents watched in disbelief till about 6p.m. when the team drove off the vehicles to EFCC headquarters.

A young man in his thirties who did not give out his identity told Independent that one of the three men seen standing with the operatives claimed that the vehicles were brought there by his friends who asked him to look after the vehicles. He's now at large.

18 comments:

  1. And you wonder why we are where we are today, this evil must not be allowed to continue
    #Believe

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  2. Every looter must be jailed

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  3. stealing don finish us for this country oo..nawa o

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  4. Efcc should begin investigations immediately

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  5. This is why we are where we are

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  6. Good news again.efcc pls bring back our money.

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  7. Let Buhari use part of these recoveries for phcn, water and rail project. We are tired of drinking poor water in sachet. And also living in the dark 24/7.

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  8. Let us have the figure of the total recovered money. I salute the whistle blower and EFCC. This couldn't have been done under previous administration.

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  9. Eyyah! Ready for departure suddenly luck runs out.

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  10. They no even know where to carry the money go hide when the eagle's eye peeped.
    Very soon EFCC go enter graveyard dig out money. Naija go better!

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  11. All these money discovered so far should be taken back into government account bcos they are all stolen from government, else who should any genuine businessman turn his car into bank

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  12. Everidai a discovery of looters..

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