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Mompha Arrested By INTERPOL In Abuja - Kemi Olunloyo Says
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Popular Nigerian Bureau De Change King Mompha, Skyman reportedly ARRESTED in Abuja by the International Police, Kemi Olunloyo revealed this online some moments ago says she's still investigating on the cause of the arrested.

She wrote:

Quote:#BREAKING Nigerian Bureau De Change King @mompha #Skyman reportedly ARRESTED in Abuja by the International Police @interpol_hq I have left several messages. Pls have patience. I'm an investigative Journalist. Arrest was 3 days ago the same time he posted last a picture of his Lil girl. Interpol should release a statement soon on WHY he was arrested and exact whereabouts and whose custody he's in. The @officialefcc said they will get back to me too. Only good Journalists know about these secret arrests.They must be transparent though
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Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/B34qiD2l_cH/

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Where is the evidence that he is committing fraud?'' Nigerians query EFCC on Mompha's arrest



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Some Nigerians are questioning the veracity of EFCC's arrest of social media big boy, Ismaila Mustapha aka Mompha. 
 
The EFCC in a statement released yesterday October 22nd, said Mompha was arrested for alleged internet related fraud and money laundering. The antigraft body in its statement said Mompha '' who allegedly perpetrates his fraudulent activities under the guise of being a Bureau de Change operator is always seen with his little son flaunting huge amount of foreign currencies on his social medial platforms''.
 
The antigraft agency said Mompha was arrested on October 18th when he was leaving Nigeria and that at the point of his arrest, five wristwatches with a total worth of over twenty million naira (N20, 000, 000: 00) was recovered from him.
 
Some Nigerians are however challenging Mompha's arrest, pointing out that the commission has failed to state the evidence it has against Mompha. They believe it is one of the media trials of the agency. See their tweets below
 
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Actress Nnaji Charity mocks Mompha over EFCC arrest after he shamed her for begging him for money



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Months after Nollywood actress, Nnaji Charity was publicly shamed by embattled Dubai-based Nigerian man, Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha for begging him for money, she is getting her pound of flesh by mocking him after he got arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). 
 
Recall LIB reported that Mompha was arrested over his alleged involvement in internet related fraud and money laundering. 
 
Reacting to news of the Dubai-based Nigerian man's arrest via Instagram, Nnaji Charity expressed how overjoyed she is with the development. 
 
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Hushpuppi On Mompha's Arrest: Don’t Be Quick To Mock Anyone’s Trial Time 


Dubai based big boy, Hushpuppi has taken to social media to advise people not to be quick to mock anyone’s trial time.

His post comes just days after his rival, Mompha, got arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

While many of Mompha’s foes mocked him on social media, many expected Hushpuppi to use the opportunity to step on Mompha whom he has disagreement with.

However, Hushpuppi chose to toe a different part by advising against mocking anyone’s trial time.

https://wotzup.ng/mompha-dont-be-quick-to-mock-anyones-trial-time-hushpuppi/

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Mompha's alleged Lebanese accomplice arrested in N1.8b Lagos home with charms



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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested a Lebanese identified as Hamza Koudeih and two others suspected to be accomplices of Dubai-based Nigerian social media celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha. 
 
Operatives of the anti-graft agency arrested Koudeih after a three-hour stand-off at his N1.8 billion luxury apartment in the 33-storey Eko Atlantic Pearl Tower, Victoria Island, Lagos. It was learnt that he and his wife refused opening the door to their apartment and also refused responding to appeals by the building's chief security officer. 
 
The suspect who alongside Mompha and other arrested suspects are allegedly kingpins of a network of cyber criminals who laundered N33 billion through three firms, lived in an apartment which was fortified with triple reinforced fire-proof door and closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, making it difficult for the operatives to gain entrance.
 
However after EFCC operatives gained access into the apartment after trying to break down the door with breaching tools, his wife claimed that her husband had escaped through the window even though they lived in the topmost floor. 
 
Koudeih was found hiding in the ceiling and a fire-proof safe containing different charms and talismans in calabashes was uncovered after a search was conducted in his bedroom. 
 
Quote:“Our officials knew that he was still inside and they were even hoping to persuade him not to jump out through the window because it would be suicide,” EFCC Lagos Zonal Head, Mr. Mohammed Rabo, who confirmed the arrest, told The Nation.
 
Two luxury cars were recovered from the suspect who claimed the charms were his “prayer objects”.   
 
Koudeih and his wife’s immigration status are currently being investigated. ;ocal and international law enforcement agencies are said to have indicated interest to collaborate in the investigation.
 
Quote: Rhe Lagos zonal head of the EFCC, Mohammed Rabo said the operation that led to Koudeih’s arrest was “an offshoot of the collaboration between the EFCC and the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),” but that Koudeih was arrested based on “purely EFCC intelligence”.
Rabo added: “Actionable intelligence received from local and international law enforcement agencies had revealed that Koudeih and Mompha alongside their collaborators are high valued targets in Organised Cyber Syndicate Network (OCSN).
“Investigations have also revealed that Mompha uses a firm known as Ismalob Global Investments Limited to perpetrate about N14 billion money laundering while Koudeih also operate two firms namely: THK Services Limited and CHK properties Limited to launder about N19 billion.”
 
An update on Mompha's arrest also revealed that 51 bank accounts he allegedly uses for money laundering has been uncovered. The five wristwatches recovered from him after his arrest on Tuesday October 22,  has been found to be worth over N60 million rather than the N20 million earlier thought.
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Laundered N33b: #EFCC arrests #Mompha’s Lebanese collaborator with charm in N1.8b per year Lagos suite
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EFCC has arrested a Lebanese, Hamza Koudeih, alleged to be a collaborator of Ismaila Mustapha aka Mompha, who was recently arrested by the commission. .
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Head of the EFCC’s Lagos zonal office, Mr. Mohammed Rabo, said Koudeih was arrested alongside two others whose nationalities are yet to be established following their alleged involvement in internet fraud and money laundering. .
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“Hamza Koudeih was arrested over the weekend at the Eko Atlantic Pearl Tower, Victoria Island, Lagos, where he occupied one of the luxury suites. It cost about $5 million annually as rent to maintain the luxury suite.
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EFCC operatives had a fierce battle arresting him because his apartment was fortified with triple reinforced fire proof door and close circuit television cameras,” said Rabo. .
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According to Rabo, intelligence reports received from local and international law enforcement agencies had revealed that Hamza and Mompha, alongside their collaborators are high valued targets in Organised Cyber Syndicate Network (OCSN). .
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“Investigations have also revealed that Mompha uses a firm known as Ismalob Global Investments Ltd to perpetrate about N14 billion in money laundering, while Hamza also operate two firms namely, THK Services Ltd and CHK properties Ltd to launder about N19billion,”he said. .
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He said at the point of arrest of Koudeih, EFCC operatives discovered a fire proof safe stocked with different charms and talisman. Two Luxury cars were also recovered from him. .
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Meanwhile, ongoing investigation into Mompha’s alleged criminal activities have revealed that he operates 51 bank accounts in Nigeria as conduit for his money laundering activities while acquiring several assets in Dubai.

Also, more facts have emerged that the five wristwatches recovered from Mompha are worth over N60 million, not N20m. His IG account has now been deactivated.


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The arrest of Mompha and his Lebanese associate is a landmark achievement - EFCC boss, Magu

Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has described the recent arrest of alleged internet fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha, also known as Mompha and his Lebanese accomplice, Hamza Koudeih, as a landmark achievement in the sustained fight against internet-related frauds and money laundering in the country.

Magu said the arrest of Mompha and Hamza by operatives of the EFCC, bore testimony to the commitment of the Commission to the fight against internet-related frauds,. He added that “it is also a red alert to potential internet fraudsters.”

Speaking during an interactive session with stakeholders at the Lagos Zonal office of the Commission on Thursday, Magu said actionable intelligence received from local and international law enforcement agencies had revealed that the suspects, alongside their collaborators, were high-valued targets in Organized Cyber Syndicate Network, OCSN.

According to him, “the recent arrests of a social media celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha, and his Lebanese collaborator, Hamza Koudeih, for their alleged involvement in internet-related fraud and money laundering remain a landmark achievement of the EFCC.


Quote:“I make bold to tell you that these arrests have further confirmed our commitment to the anti-graft war, while also sending a red alert to potential internet fraudsters.

I am sure you will be greatly shocked to know that five wristwatches valued at over N60million were recovered from the suspected internet fraudster, Mompha, at the point of arrest.

“Investigation has also revealed that he operates 51 bank accounts in Nigeria with which he acquires properties in Dubai and had laundered about N14billion through a firm known as Ismalob Global Investments Limited.

“His accomplice, Koudeih, also has two firms namely: THK Services Limited and CHK properties Limited with which he has allegedly laundered about N19billion. Koudeih lives in a $5million per annum suite at the Eko Atlantic Pearl Tower, Victoria Island Lagos. “

The EFCC Chair also stated that the Commission had begun forensic analysis of the phones, documents and “strange” items recovered from both suspects. “They will be charged to court accordingly as soon as investigation is concluded,” he added.

Magu also emphasized the fact that the Commission, prior to the arrests of both Mompha and Koudeih, had independently launched intensive investigative actions against the Internet fraudsters, popularly known as Yahoo Yahoo Boys, culminating in various strategic raids on their hideouts. He further stated that the Commission had embarked on the raids even before the recently concluded collaborative operation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, tagged Operation Rewired- an international operation targeted at the Business Email Compromise, BEC, suspects across the world.


Magu added that “From January to date, the Lagos office of EFCC has made over 300 arrests, secured 207 convictions and recovered a good number of exotic cars. In addition, several properties suspected to have been acquired through the proceeds of crime were sealed.”

http://efccnigeria.org/efcc/news/5063-arrest-of-mompha-lebanese-associate-landmark-achievement-magu


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EFCC denies claim of Mompha bribing his way out of custody



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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has denied claims of Dubai-based Nigerian man, Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha bribing his way out of its custody. 
 
Recall LIB reported that Mompha was arrested by the anti-graft agency on charges of money laundering and internet fraud. 
 
However speculation of Mompha being released came after his Instagram page got reactivated weeks after he deactivated it. Reacting to the development, a Twitter user @azeezsoneye99 asked the EFCC about Mompha's whereabout. 
 
Quote:He tweeted “Where are we on Mompha’s case? I @segalink @channelstv Why did @officialEFCC delete all posts relating to Mompha’s arrest. A random online post reveals that he’s settling (bribing) his way out. Clear the air in this pls @officialEFCC God bless Naija.”
 
Serving a response to the tweet, the EFCC stated that Mompha is still being remanded on court orders and will soon be arraigned. The anti-graft agency also urged Nigerians to disregard the claim. 
 
Quote:“This information about Mompha “bribing” his way out is false and MUST be disregarded.
“Ismaila Mustapha A.K.A. Mompha is still being remanded on court orders and will soon be arraigned. #SayNoToCorruption #BeAccountable" EFCC tweeted. 
 
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Suspected internet fraudster, Mompha arrives in court (photo)



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Suspected Internet fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha, also known as Mompha, has arrived the Federal High Court in Lagos where he will be arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
The antigraft agency has charged him with 14 counts bordering on cyber fraud and money laundering. He was arrested in Abuja on October 18th.
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Court Remands Mompha In Prison Custody Over N33 Billion Fraud


Justice Mohammed Liman of the Federal High Court, Lagos on Monday ordered that alleged internet fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha, aka Mompha be kept in the custody of the Nigerian Correctional Services. The Court ordered that Mompha be kept behind bars after he pleaded not guilty to a 14-count charge of laundering N33 billion.

The court had also fixed Friday, November 29 for the hearing of the defendant bail application. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commision, EFCC alleged that Mompha laundered the funds through a firm, Ismalob Global Investment Ltd, between 2015 and 2018. Islamob Global Investments is the second defendant in the charge. The EFCC claimed that the funds, domiciled in Fidelity Bank, were moved in tranches of N18,059,353,413 billion and N14,946,773,393.00 billion.

The commission further alleged that both defendants, not being a financial institution, or an authorized foreign exchange dealer, negotiated a foreign exchange transaction in the sum of N9.416million, N20 million, N10,437,400.00, N10miillion, N2.46million, N10miillion, N100million, N61million, N100million, N40.7million and N42million. The funds were domiciled in the defendants’ Fidelity Bank account. The commission alleged that Mompha “between 2015 and 2018… procured Ismalob Global Investment Ltd to retain the aggregate sum of N18,059,353,413 in its account No. 5260000846 domiciled in Fidelity Bank Plc which sum you reasonably ought to have known formed part of the proceeds of unlawful act to wit: fraud.

Mompha, between 2015 and 2017, also allegedly aided the company “to retain the aggregate sum of N 14,946,773,393.00 in its account No. 5260000846 domiciled in Fidelity Bank Plc from Pitacalize Ltd. Both actions offended Sections 18(3) and 15(2)(d) of the Money Laundering Prohibition Act.2011 as amended and punishable under section 15 (3) of the same Act, the agency said.

Read more: https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/breaking-n33bn-fraud-court-remands-mompha-in-prison-custody.html



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 Mompha Smiles In Court As EFCC Shares Official Pictures 


EFCC has released official pictures of Mompha in court yesterday. He was all smiles.

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Mompha: Court Remands Kayode Phillip And Hamza Koud In Prison For Internet Fraud



Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Lagos Zonal office on Thursday arraigned the duo of Kayode Phillip and Hamza Koudeih before Justice Muslim S. Hassan of the Federal High Court, sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos on a 25-count charge bordering on conspiracy and money laundering.

The defendants, who are high-value targets in Organized Cyber Syndicate Network, OCSN, were arrested for their alleged involvement in various cyber crimes and money laundering.

One of the count reads: “That you, Kayode Phillip (a.k.a Voice of the King) and Hamza Koudeih (a.k.a. HK) sometime in May, 2019 within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court conspired among yourselves to commit an offence to wit: conversion of the aggregate sum of $7, 069, 000 (Seven Million, Sixty-Nine Thousand United States Dollars), £1, 000, 000 (One Million Pounds) and €80,000 (Eighty Thousand Euro), which sum you reasonably ought to have known form part of the proceeds of fraud and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Sections 18 (a), 15 (2)(d) of the Money Laundering Prohibition Act, 2015 and punishable under Section 15(3) of the same Act.”

The defendants pleaded not guilty to the charge preferred against them by the Commission.

In view of their pleas, the prosecution counsel, Abass Mohammed, prayed the court for a trial date and asked that the defendants be remanded in Correctional Service custody as the detention facilities of the EFCC custody had been over-stretched.

Counsel to the first defendant, Oladele Falana, however, informed the court that he had filed a bail application on behalf of his client and served same on the prosecution today.

He, therefore, craved the indulgence of the court for the earliest date possible to hear the application.

Counsel to the second defendant, Abdullahi Mohammed, told the court that an application for bail had been filed and served on the prosecution.

Mohammed further urged the court to hear the application and grant the prayers therein, adding that “My client has hinted that he prefers to go to the prison custody and that he will not be opposing the applications of the prosecution.”

Though the prosecution counsel, Mohammed, told the court that he had yet to receive a copy of the second defendant’s application for bail, he conceded to the defendant being remanded in prison custody.

Consequently, Justice Hassan adjourned the matter to December 5, 2019 for bail hearing and ordered that the defendants be remanded in the Nigerian Correctional Service custody.


https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/11/court-remands-mompha-accomplices-in-prison-for-internet-fraud/amp/


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Nkechi Blessing Sunday Reacts To Mompha’s N100m Bail

Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing, has expressed her excitement after the Federal High Court in Lagos granted N100 million bail to social media celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha.

Justice Mohammed Liman granted him bail on Friday.

The plump actress attacked critics who slammed her for supporting the Instagram celebrity.

“Freedom at last�� to those that bashed me earlier and some even said he will die in prison�� are you GOD? Pray you don’t find urself in such situation…Aiye Toto Aiye Akamara, But las las God win�� @_benzemaa @mompha_jr �� real mvp❤️,” she said in a post on Instagram.

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Igbere TV reports that Nkechi has been a vocal supporter of Mompha since his arrest on October 19 at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

Mompha was arraigned on Monday on 14 counts bordering on fraud, money laundering and running a foreign exchange business without the authorisation of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) alleges that Mompha procured Ismalob Global Investment Limited and retained in its bank account an aggregate of N32.9 billion between 2015 and 2018.

http://igberetvnews.com/1170451/nollywoo...100m-bail/

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Alleged N33bn fraud: Witness reveals how N18bn was paid into Mompha’s bank account

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A prosecution witness, Peter Ademola Adegoke, a Compliance Officer with a new generation bank on Friday, told Justice Abdullai M. Liman of the Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos how the sum of N18bn was paid into the account of a company, Ismalob Global Investments, belonging to Ismaila Mustapha, also known as Mompha.


It would be recalled that Mompha was arraigned on November 25, on a 14-count charge bordering on money laundering to the tune of N33bn.


But at today’s sitting, the first prosecution witness, PW1, Anne Nnenna Ezekannagha, a manager in the Customers Service Department of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, told the court that Mompha’s company, Ismalob Ventures, was not registered with the CBN and that he did not


have the license to operate as a Bureau de Change.


EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren disclosed this in a statement in Abuja.
He added, “Led in evidence by the prosecution counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo,
Ezekannagha further told the court, “We got a letter from the EFCC on the activities of Ismalob Global Ventures.



“However, we have no history of the name with the CBN.”


Further, Ezekannagha told the court that any commercial foreign exchange transaction that is not done via an
authorized dealer bank, authorized buyer and a BDC was against law.


In his testimony, Adegoke, who is the second prosecution witness, PW2, told the court how the sum of over N18bn was paid into Ismalob’s account on different occasions between December 2015 and October 2019.


When asked by the defence counsel, Gboyega Oyewole, SAN, if the bank, at any time, reported the account for suspicious transactions, Adegoke, responded in the affirmative, saying that the bank reported the account to the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit, NFIU.


Also, under cross-examination by Oyewole, the PW2, however, stated that he was not aware if the bank received a response from the NFIU.


Giving his evidence, the third prosecution witness PW3, Okafor Ikenna Ignatius, a Bureau de Change Operator, narrated to the court how one of the Directors at Ismalob Global Ventures had interacted with him
on foreign exchange at his base in Benin, Edo State.



He affirmed, “One of the Directors at Ismalob Investments, Alhaji Ahmadu Mohammed, used to come buy Euros from us in Benin.


“After negotiations, he would make payments into my account through Ismalob account.


“I received over N300, 000,000 (Three Hundred Million Naira) from Ismalob Investments into IK Global on foreign exchange negotiation”.


However, during today’s proceedings, the defence counsel, Oyewole, sought bail for his client and also prayed the court to grant him bail on the most liberal terms.


Oyewole told the court, “My client is not a flight risk and all the claims by the EFCC were just speculative.”
In his response, Oyedepo submitted that “bail is at the discretion of the court.


“The defendant is still under investigation and he may tamper with the witnesses in the case.”
He, therefore, urged the court not to accede to the applications of the defendant for bail.


In his ruling, Justice Liman admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N100 Million and one surety in like sum.


He ordered that the Surety must have a landed property in Lagos, which will be verified by the Deputy Chief Registrar of the court.


He also ordered that the defendant must depose his passport with the court and report at the EFCC every 14 days.


Also, the matter was adjourned to January 8, 2020 for continuation of trial.


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Mompha regains freedom after fulfilling bail conditions



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Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha has regained his freedom after perfecting the bail conditions handed to him by a Lagos High Court. 

 

LIB reported earlier that Mompha who was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on 14 counts bordering on fraud, money laundering and running a foreign exchange business without the authorisation of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), was granted a N100m bail on Friday, November 29. 

 

The Dubai-based Nigerian businessman was admitted to bail with one surety who must be a landed property owner by Justice Mohammad Liman, who ordered him to deposit his passport with the Deputy Chief Registrar of the court and report at the EFCC office every fortnight to show that he has not left the country.

 

Mompha has now perfected his bail conditions as he was spotted with his friends earlier today after regaining his freedom.
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'EFCC, not FBI or Interpol arrested and detained me for 40-days without evidence' - Mompha blows hot in revealing statement



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Two days ago, Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha regained his freedom after perfecting the bail conditions handed to him by a Lagos High Court.

 

Mompha has now issued a revealing and strongly worded statement on his Instagram page saying that EFCC detained him for 40-days with no evidence of fraud against him.

 

He went on to share the 14-count charge against him and claimed he has no relationship with the two accomplices that were linked to him, and only met them for the first time after they were brought to the EFCC office by officials.

 

In his words, 'now i know its a crime to be a Nigerian, they did this to me because of hate, enviness and jealousy. I met Hamza the lebanese guy on october 24th 2019 at EFCC office for the first time in my life and also Kayode Philips i don't know why they have to lie that he is my partner and my accomplice'.

 

See his full statement below...

Quote:In Every situation you find urself prayer is the only Key!! l was arrested on october 18 2019 by Efcc not interpol or Fbi, No interpol or Fbi is looking for me cos i dont knw where all these stories are coming from and the order of my arrest came from one of their head in lagos because he has my travel details, which i asked what was my offence but he told me till you get to lagos when i got to lagos on october 19 2019 he showed me my bank statement and ask me about the funds which came to my account btw 2015 to 2017 which i defended all.
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To my greatest suprise the next thing they did was to post that i was involve in internet fraud, BEC, cyber fraud and also 51 bank accounts which such never happened and it went viral worldwide what kind of country are we in nothing like investigation they tried to tarnish my image but God pass them, I was in their custody for 40days which no evidence of fraud was found on me After my lawyer sued Them for keeping me for Long on 22nd of November they gave me my charge sheet for 14 counts on money laundering on a Legit Business i did wit a mobile company in Nigeria.
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Now i knw its a crime to be a nigerian, I was shock when i came out to see people calling me different names like fraudster, Criminal, Yahoo boy which i have never defraud anyone or steal from anyone also no petition on me or any one or company reported me. They did this to me because of Hate, Enviness, Jealousy.
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First i need to clear the air on something i met Hamza the lebanese guy on october 24th 2019 at Efcc office for the first time in my life and also kayode philips i dont know why they have to lie that he is my partner and my accomplice. why all these lies just to bring me down But now am Stronger and wiser!!!
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May Almighty Allah Help me in this Big situation (Amin). Now the whole world knows what they charge me for as the case is in court and my trial has begin!!! Special Thanks to my Strong wife and my family and my Real friends who stood by me During this trial of life 
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