EFCC to arraign ex-Power Minister Saleh Mamman for N33bn money laundering

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, will on Thursday, July 11, arraign a former Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, before Justice J. K. Omotosho for alleged N33 billion money laundering offences.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, will on Thursday, July 11, arraign a former Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, before Justice J. K. Omotosho for alleged N33 billion money laundering offences.

According to an insider at the commission, Mamman would be arraigned on a 12-count charge bordering on conspiracy to commit money laundering and possessio

n and use of known proceeds of criminal conduct.

The charge documents signed by the prosecution counsel, Adeyinka Olumide-Fusika, SAN, and others, which were sighted by DAILY POST read that counts 1-2 border on conspiracy to commit money laundering; counts 3-4 border on money laundering by cash payment in excess of the lawful limit;

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, will on Thursday, July 11, arraign a former Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, before Justice J. K. Omotosho for alleged N33 billion money laundering offences.

According to an insider at the commission, Mamman would be arraigned on a 12-count charge bordering on conspiracy to commit money laundering and possession and use of known proceeds of criminal conduct.

The charge documents signed by the prosecution counsel, Adeyinka Olumide-Fusika, SAN, and others, which were sighted  counts 1-2 border on conspiracy to commit money laundering; counts 3-4 border on money laundering by cash payment in excess of the lawful limit;

count 5 borders on purchase of landed property with cash payment; while counts 6–12 border on possession and use of known proceeds of criminal conduct.

The investigation spanned from 2019 to 2022 when he was a minister under former President Muhammadu Buhari.

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