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Former Bank PHB Officials Plead Not Guilty to Conspiracy in Monumental EFCC Fraud Case

By SaharaReporters, New York Three officials of Keystone Bank (formerly BANK PHB), have pleaded not guilty to EFCC charges of conspiracy in obtaining nearly a billion naira under false pretences from one Daniel Chukwudozie of Dozzy Oil & Gas Limited. read more...


Published By: Sahara Reporters - Wednesday, 8 August, 2012

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