March 24, 2018

Ex-militants give bank 15 days to release frozen N12b

Ex-militants give bank 15 days to release frozen N12b

SOME ex-militants, who invested in the controversial Virtual Currency Scheme, has given a major commercial bank in Nigeria a 15-day ultimatum to release the N12 billion belonging to them and other Nigerians frozen in the bank.

Speaking on the platform of Third Phase Amnesty, the ex-militants in a statement by the National Secretary, Mr. Tam Odogwu, said over 1,000 members invested in the scheme and threatened to mobilise against the bank’s operations in the Niger Delta region if their monies were not unfrozen within 15 days.


Recall that promoter of the scheme, Philemon Gora, had assured the Chairman, House Committee on Public Petition, Mr. Uzoma Nkem-Abonta, of paying all the depositors as soon as the account is unfrozen. Read more

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