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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Nigeria Police Declare Public Servant And Banker Wanted For Stealing Over N100 Million (photos)

The Nigeria Police has declared one Liliam Omekara wanted for the offence of conspiracy and stealing by conspiring with fraudsters to transfer over N29million to her account. She has since withdrawn the money and is currently at large.








Also declared wanted is Nelson Omuzagha..A Banker. He is wanted for the offence of conspiracy and stealing in a new generation bank by fraudulent conversion of customers' deposits to the tune of N72million.




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    1. Big time criminals....This case is dead on arrival...i pray justice served..

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    2. When then catch her she go rant...they cry...some go defend her say she no dhey government na make

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    3. Everyone just want quick make money. I pray they are caught and punished.

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  2. What kind of families do these ones come out from? A dysfunctional home or they just decided to tow the path of fraud? I hope they are caught very soon

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    1. What kind of families are Nigerian politicians from?

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  3. Make una just go Malawi go start life mbok!

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  4. Get rich or die trying syndrome... People are not smiling

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  5. No be their fault. I swear, this attitude of stealin is now eatin up Nigerians like a cankerworm.




    Mc pinky

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  6. Na wa.wats my own self.good for dem

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  7. They will be living a life of fear Now. They will probably want to drop their real names. Too bad. Fraud is not a good thing.

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  8. God! What is this? People's hard earned money. Aaaarrrrggggghhhh!

    Solution to fraudsters. Get a TOKEN from your bank. It costs a meagre N2,000 with your access code and counter code to your account. No kobo leaves your account without the access code.
    Jeez!

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    1. Even with token, fraud can still be committed. Most frauds are always internal.

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    2. Scarlett...no dear. With TOKEN every transaction has a reference text authorized by Interswitch. If you don't press it at any given time to enter the digits shown, the transaction won't go through.
      Technology has every step on lockdown.

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  9. #At the end of the day it's all about making yourself happy*

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  10. Is it that the Banks don't use their auditors frequently to detect these levels of fraud in good time or what? O ga oh

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  11. i dont know why people like spoiling the name of there family?

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  12. See Nelson. So they are yet to see him.

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  13. Enter your comment...she tried well well

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