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Immigration Recruitment Scam: Read What Abba Moro and Others Allegedly Did with the Proceeds

Immigration Recruitment Scam: Read What Abba Moro and Others Allegedly Did with the Proceeds

Abba Moro

The anti-graft agency has alleged the illicit proceeds from the immigration recruitment mishap was diverted in the purchase of private properties.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) believes the cash was splashed on choice property. Former Interior Minister Abba Moro and four others are to stand trial for allegedly collecting fraudulently N676.6million from 676,675 job seekers.

The EFCC said N202,500,000 was spent on buying No. 1, Lahn Crescent, Maitama, Abuja and N120, 100,000 was lavished on the upgrade of No.2, Sigure Close, Off Monrovia Street, Wuse II Abuja.

The commission said the recruitment firm, Drexel Tech Nigeria Limited and Mahmood Ahmadu converted N101, 200,000 to US dollars for personal use.

Nineteen applicants died and scores got injured in stampede in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Minna in March 2014 during the ill-fated recruitment.

The EFCC made the startling revelations in the 11 charges preferred against Moro and four other accused persons yesterday at the Federal High Court in Abuja.

The others are a former Permanent Secretary, Anastasia Daniel-Nwobia, F. O. Alayebami , Mahmood Ahmadu and Drexel Tech Nigeria Ltd.

Ahmadu, who is described as being central to the scandal, is said to be on the run.

According to an EFCC source, “the charges have been served on all the accused persons in preparation for their arraignment in court.

“We are waiting for the court to give us a date for their arraignment but they are in our custody,” he said, pleading not to be named because he is not permitted to talk to the media.

All the accused persons, including Moro, will face trial for Advance Fee Fraud (otherwise known as 419), violation of Public Procurement Act No. 65 of 2007, misconduct, contrary to Section 22(5) of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission Act 2000 and offence contrary to Section 15(2) (d) of the Money Laundering ( Prohibition) Act 2011.

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