Bureau De Change operators across Nigeria have been charged to carry out their businesses within the ambit of the law and in line with international best practices or risk prosecution and loss of their operating licenses.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) today January 23, 2014 arraigned one Mohammed Yusuf before Justice Farouq Lawal of the Kano State High Court on a two count charge which borders on issuance of dud cheque.
Bello Godwin Onimisi, a 24 year-old Industrial Engineering student of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka and native of Igarra, Akoko Edo local government area of Edo State, who allegedly impersonated the Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service, Alhaji Dikko Inde Abdullahi and used his telephone line to demand payment from unsuspecting members of the public has been convicted.
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