EFCC arrests fake military general for forging president Buhari’s signature to defraud a company

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested a fake army general for allegedly forging the signature of Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari.

The fake military man identified as Bolarinwa Oluwasegun was said to have posed as an army general to defraud Kodef Clearing Resources of over $650,000

According to EFCC, the suspected claimed to have been shortlisted for an appointment by President Buhari but needed money to pay some bribe to be appointed.

Meanwhile the suspect, Mr. Oluwasegun hasn’t said anything following the arrest however the EFCC said he would be prosecuted after it’s done with investigations.

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He was busted at his home in Lagos on Wednesday and six pump action guns, swagger stick, and some forged document

EFCC said the suspect forged an appointment letter as Nigeria’s Chief of Army staff signed by the president and used to defraud the victim.

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