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Kano: EFCC secures forfeiture of 324 properties bought with pension fund

Kano: EFCC secures forfeiture of 324 properties bought with pension fund

The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) has secured the ultimate forfeiture of 324 properties recovered for the Kano State Pension Fund Trustees.

Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal Excessive Courtroom in Abuja gave the order of ultimate forfeiture whereas ruling on a movement by the EFCC.

The fee efficiently argued that the properties “are moderately suspected to be proceeds of illegal actions” of the trustees.

They embody 168 houses at Sheikh Ja’afar Mahmud Adam Bandirawo Metropolis; 122 homes at Sheikh Nasiru Kabara (Amana Metropolis); 38 homes at Sheikh Khalifa Ishaq Rabiu Metropolis.

The 168 houses at Bandirawo Metropolis comprise 55 items of 2-bedroom semi-detached homes; 51 items of 3-bedroom homes; 7 items of 3-bedroom.

The remainder are transformed 17 items of 3-bedroom Carport; 3 items of 4-bedroom Duplex, and 22 items of 3-bedroom (inexperienced roof).

The 122 homes in Kabara embody 14 items of 2-bedroom semi-detached homes; 62 items of 2-bedroom semi-detached homes; 4 items of 3-bedroom, amongst others.

Equally, the 38 homes in Rabiu Metropolis embody 19 Items of 3-bedroom bungalow; 5 Items of three Inexperienced roof; 6 Items of 4-bedroom Duplex, 2 Items of 4-bedroom BQ, amongst others.

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