EFCC Busts Forgery Syndicate Exploiting ONSA, AGF Letterheads for Fraudulent Gains

In a major operation, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has apprehended five individuals involved in a sophisticated scheme that manipulated letterheads from the Offices of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) and the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice. 


The culprits, identified as Mr. Yakubu Hamza Mohammed, Mr. Bashir Ladan, Mr. Adamu Ibrahim, Mr. Steven Anom, and Mr. Mohammed Bello, were taken into custody on August 24, 2023.


The deceitful operation orchestrated by these individuals aimed at duping unsuspecting members of the public by utilizing counterfeit letterheads. 


These phony documents were utilized to concoct sham employment offers and fabricated recommendation letters, all in exchange for a fee.


 The unsuspecting victims were misled by the convincing nature of these falsified materials.


Providing insights into the case, Wilson Uwujaren, the Head of Media and Publicity at EFCC, revealed that the accused individuals had worked in tandem to create an elaborate network of deceit. 


By exploiting the authenticity of official letterheads, they crafted an air of legitimacy to their fraudulent activities.


The apprehended suspects are currently under investigation, and the EFCC is meticulously piecing together evidence to ensure a thorough understanding of the scope of the operation. 


Once the inquiry is finalized, the accused will face legal proceedings in a court of law.


This successful crackdown by the EFCC serves as a warning to those who seek to manipulate official documents for personal gain, reiterating the commission’s commitment to upholding the rule of law and safeguarding the interests of the public.

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