EFCC arrests UNICAL student for N2 billion scam

The Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), has arrested 21-year-old Dominic Joshua Ngene, a student of the University of Calabar as an accomplice in the fraudulent transfer and stealing of N326m and $610,500 cash.

The student was arrested alongside Ismaila Atumeyi, a candidate contesting for elections into the Kogi State House of Assembly under the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) on October 30. During the arrest, a cash sum of N326 million and $610,500 was found in the residence of Atumeyi and investigations revealed that Dominic had facilitated Atumeyi perfect the plan through which the money was stolen.

Prior to this, Dominic was arrested in May 2021 by the police for swindling over 500 investors to the tune of N2 billion (Two billion naira) after posing as an investment expert and operating a Ponzi outlet, Brisk Capital Limited.

Dominic Ngene who hails from Ebonyi State operated from Uyo and Calabar.

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