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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Man Declared Wanted By EFCC For Eloping With N45million Responds To Allegations

Remember the story about Jerry Ogbonna Obike Phillip who was alleged to have eloped with N45million credited into his account in error?Remember that EFCC declared him wanted HERE?

I got a very interesting email which contained his response......





''Ha Stella,
Let people fear God o,I know Jerry Ogbonna personally and I know this issue.
When I saw it on your blog day before yesterday, I contacted him and he made me realize the issue. I know what happened.
They are lying on him.They EFCC knows his house....
That pic on your blog was taken over 10years ago
He is way older now and The issue has been on since 2012...

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WOW!....EFCC HOW MARKET? ANY FURTHER RESPONSE?


69 comments:

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    1. You don't say!! Getting interesting

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    2. Wow
      I believe this man 100%
      We are patiently waiting for another memo!

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    3. They made it seem like the said man is some ordinary man..I bliv this man jor

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    4. I believe him too, just imagine how black he was painted. This our country sha

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    5. Imagine! He should file a case for defamation of character, I am speechless!

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    6. Diamond bank,fidelity bank,cbn, late president's admin executives. All of them r on fire for ds,ds guy can't lie & bring in ds banks js lik dt!

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    7. Diamond bank,fidelity bank,cbn, late president's admin executives. All of them r on fire for ds,ds guy can't lie & bring in ds banks js lik dt!

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  2. Very interesting....
    That's why it is always good to hear from both parties all the time.

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  3. I think the man is saying the truth because he ain't hiding at all.

    EFCC chasing the innocent since '19 kporogodom!' While the guilty roams about free.

    But I like the first story better....have even been dreaming of how CBN will just credit my acc with 100m by error and I will disappear to Iceland (heard its the end of the earth) lol

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    1. Cocoz,you are not serious.hahaha

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    2. If his account is true then this man here has a good case against the EFCC.

      He should have ignored the spineless EFCC whose forte is attacking the helpless masses since the matter is sub judice.

      How can they fabricate such lies just to malign his character?

      In any event, let the court decide and let's hope that justice is dilligently served.Your lawyer should demand for financial compensation and seek all the necessary reliefs.


      Whirlwind

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    3. BV's, every time a one sided story is posted, you all are quick to let your flippancy get the best of you. Now, most of you will come to sing his praise. Learn! Learn! Learn! Be objective in your judgement about things you read.
      Nigeria(ns) are rooted in lies, and I pray God delivers this country of mine.

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  4. Everything about this country are based on LIES!....
    Oh gosh...I just can't deal...

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    1. I swear..and is becoming annoying

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    2. *is cos u meant a single country.
      Linda u are doing very well.

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    3. @sassy...it is or it's....

      -Lol @ pink shell

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  5. Na really EFCC how market...corruption 4 Naija no be here ooo...so efcc sef follow,dem better dey arrest demselves ooo

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  6. Can you imagine this cruel blackmail. Corruption has absolutely eaten deep into the country and no respite anywhere. Thank you sir for the clarity, keep up your good principle and God will surely vindicate you asap!

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  7. Nigeria! May the truth prevail.

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  8. Rubbish, why not my account self? Woulda flex 50girls @a time no dulling, if the money belongs to the politician see no more

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  9. I said it that day that this man should be left alone. EFCC will be looking for money they will also launder. Yeye.

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  10. whoever that is behind the false publication must have his or her face buried in shame now.
    Efcc did not even declare him wanted after all.

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  11. *lied against and not on( except poster meant EFCC slept on the accused)

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  12. Efcc should pay for the false allegation.
    We have politicians roaming around with our sweat yet nothing is done, yet they are thr trying to tarnish ones image.

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  13. Una just come spoil my day & wild imagination with this new development. Abeg, I also prefer the 1st story biko. Make any yeye poliTRICKcian mistakenly deposit money for my account...just negodu!

    *Ghanaman signing out*

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  14. This Nigeria sef.
    since 2012
    its now they want to cause wahala.

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  15. If his hands are clean,let him get a good lawyer and go to EFCC,since they have declared him wanted. Let him do the right thing,FB Is not the best avenue,else they will violate his right if caught.

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  16. Hmmmm..... this is is really getting interesting o. I kind of believe the man sha.

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  17. They wont chase after the real criminals but would prefer running around like a blind bat. Cowards.

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  18. They wont chase after the real criminals but would prefer running around like a blind bat. Cowards.

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  19. I believe this man. Nigerian govt are thieves amd bunch of liars/old cargos.

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  20. Chai! Can the big wigs in the NBA and lawyers internationally back this man up please? I believe this man's story hook line and sinker. This man should beef up security so that they won't kill him o. Nigerians are strong esp. Those in power,they might not want him to talk. See he refused bribery and now they want to Fry his ass using efcc because they will soon be exposed. May God protect him.

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  21. All d judgina in the house how far?

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    1. Shut up! Gbagaun mistress. Do you not judge as well? Vapid crony. *check dictionary.

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    2. Lol anon 10:39....wetin be ya own naa? She talk 2 u? Omo, u harsh oo, hahahaha....

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  22. Asiri ebie, where are the EFCCs, come and defend yourselves.

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  23. Eeeyah! Imagine how they painted his name black initially

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  24. EFCC EFCC EFCC, how many times did I call u guys? Answer me first, then I will tell u guys what I have in mind...

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  25. I knew this man looked like a comfortable man, how would one run over 45m at that his age. When he probably still has a family with even grown kids. He is not a small boy that will run, that will probably have no family holding him back. That is how someone I know mistakenly credited my account with 150k last week. I don dey plan wetin I go do with the money for Xmas, wondering weda na gift the man gift me since I'm his customer. I kept quiet for a day thinking of how to spend it. The person now called it's a mistake. Told him can't do d transfer back till next day. Early morning he don call me to remind me. After doing this transfer which d bank even debited me for d transfer charges. You know dis guy never called me back to say thank you., I saw the money, nothing. It's not his fault, I cld have not picked his call and even bar his no, afterall he doesn't know my address and I will spend the money, he can't do anythn bcos I sat on my own before u credited me wrongly. Bcos I'm a good person I did the write thing and no thank you,

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  26. Thank God! Pheeewww

    Lol@the analysis of some bvs
    No be onle money laundering..

    Creditting someone's account erroneously does not have anything to do with money laundering..
    What happens to opening different false accounts with false names? Lol... funny lot.

    You think a politician will sleep easy knowing that money he is trying to steal is in another person's account? How do you even come up with that? Lolzz
    Buying properties with stolen/drug/terrorist money is money laundry..

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  27. Three sides to a story. Na to wait for the truth now.

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    1. Your head is there.With my limited knowledge of government contracting,I reckon what happened is that an agreement was reached before the contract was awarded that certain returns would be made to the "hard working staff at dpr" but Mr 45m felt since he had been given his lyyer of award he could play a fast one on them but they promptly stopped further disbursements.the question to ask is..... how much is a brand new helicopter? The contract sum is bloated and this greedy chap wanted to chop alone.Oga, I wouldn't sleep so well at night if I were you..... these nuggets tend to have long memories....

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  28. Imagine na. Corruption has eaten really deep in this country. Imagine these thieves expecting him to come share money meant for contract with them.. Wen God start punishing them na, they will start seeking public sympathy..

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  29. This country sucks big time, bunch of corrupt idiots, as they couldn't collect bribe, they had to look for a way to rope him in. Na was

    Thank u sir for clearing things and don't return and money, if u do I get angry. Mitchew

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  30. Ghen ghen,nice response,d so called Efcc is corrupt,dey shld stop tarnishing his image,cos I bliv he is saying d truth.

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  31. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    I wipe the nigga shah... #NowPlaying>> not the gal: darey...
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  32. Gbege!!!
    I think I believe this man, because from his statement above, he doesn't have any reason to hide/run...

    EFCC is this man reply a YAY or NAY?

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  33. 'm no lawyer but I believe this man should sue them for defamation and psychological trauma. He will get enough money. What rubbish

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  34. This is why the Bible said do not judge that u may not be judged. We always do not have all the fast in a matter that is why God is the perfect judge cos He knows all things.

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  35. If I am the President of this country I will ensure that the matter is properly investigated by an independent body. What a shame!! President Buhari, over to you Sir.

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  36. They declared him wanted but they know his house address? Useless fools. They should go and prosecute the 'bigger' thief allison Madueke (according to Nigerians) and leave this man alone

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  37. Wow after reading this, I just think he might av nothing to with the millions of naira! Beside the money has been withdrawn.

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  39. 45million for inspection? God please direct such contracts to me in Jesus name, Amen.

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