Money Laundering: Kenya Police Intercept N350m From Nigerian Travelling To Dubai

LAGOS DECEMBER 10TH (NEWSRANGERS)-In the mid hours of  yesterday, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations Kenya (DCIK) took to their official twitter page to announce that, they arrested a Foreigner who was traveling to Dubai, United Arabs Emirates from Nigeria.

According to what was made public, the department confiscated over Ksh 100 million from the Nigerian. The cash was stored in a travelling bag.

The money was said to be a combination of Naira, the United States Dollar (USD) and Euros. The Naira in it was reported to be sixty three thousand (63,000), the Dollar was eight hundred and eighty thousand (880,000) and the euros was sixty thousand (60,000). All this approximates to be over three hundred and fifty million (N350,000,000) when convert and added up in Nigeria’s currency.

The DCIK said that, for effective investigation, “the DCI Transnational Organized Crime Detectives (TOCU) are working with the Asset Recovery Agency (ARA).”

Lastly, the Crime department concluded saying, “the seized cash is believed to be from International Criminal Cartels.”

The picture of the person who was arrested and whose bag was seized is yet to be publicized by the DCIK because the case is still being investigated.

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