EFCC Says It wants to totally forfeit the $43 Million found in the Ikoyi House


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had on Friday told the Federal High Court in Lagos that nobody had come to claim the $43,449,947, N23,218,000 and £27,800 cash found in an apartment on Osborne Road, Ikoyi Lagos.

 The Commission told Justice Muslim Hassan to make an order of final forfeiture of the money to the Federal Government.
 The Judge, while ordering a temporary forfeiture of the money on April 13, directed EFCC to advertise the order in a newspaper so that anybody who owned the money can claim it within 14 days.

EFCC'S Lawyer, Rotimi Oyedepo said no one showed up in court to show case why the money should not be permanently forfeited.
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