Why the EFCC is Stage-Managing Cash Seizures

Where is the Government of Nigeria (GON) or Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) winning their war against corruption? Nowhere. No strong prosecutions, no convictions, no legislative reforms, no  judicial reforms, no constitutional reforms, simply nothing. All the citizens of Nigeria see are publicity stunts and government-engineered scandals. Is there anything else substantial to show anywhere? Therefore, after all its tough talk, the GON must save face as Nigeria and the rest of the world watches. Recent developments are now verifying the stage-managing of the cash seizures; the money is going back to where it came from directly – the Central Bank of Nigeria. (see http://wp.me/p1bOKH-KW) Continue reading

Is the Government of Nigeria Stage-Managing Cash Seizures?

The current sensation in Nigeria is the mysterious discoveries and seizures of large sums of money (mostly foreign currency) found at lying fallow at premium addresses. The discoveries are claimed to be the work of selfless “whistle blowers” at the encouragement of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).and it is expected to show the world that the Government of Nigeria (GON) is winning on its anti-corruption campaign promises. Some highly experience experts in the anti-corruption and crime industry find the discoveries very unlikely and too good to be true. The amazing cash discoveries made by the EFCC credibly appear to be simply clever stage-managed acts of publicity. Continue reading

Scamming with the Name of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala


Someone boldly parading as Oby Ezekwesili and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (at varying times but using the same lines) on Facebook is asking ‘new’ “friends” by way of private intimate and salacious conversation to pay N40,000 upfront in order to get a N5 million loan from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). This is no doubt yet another approach to the infamous “419” (advance fee fraud) scam Nigeria is, unfortunately, associated with. Continue reading

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