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EFCC Names First 20 Suspects To Be Arraigned Over $6.8 Billion Fuel Subsidy Fraud

By Wilson Uwujaren-EFCC Media & Publicity Unit The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has concluded arrangements to prosecute the first batch 20 suspects implicated in the oil subsidy fraud. The suspects, comprising six oil companies and 11 individuals, will be docked in Lagos courts. read more...


Published By: Sahara Reporters - Tuesday, 24 July, 2012

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