Photos & Video: EFCC Finds N0.5B Loot @ Bureau De Change Shop In VI Lagos Shopping Plaza


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April 8, 2017 – Pictures & Video:ย N448Million Loot Found At Locked Bureau de Change Shop At LEGICO Shopping Plaza In Victoria Island Lagos

The EFCC on Friday uncovered a whopping N448,850,000 in a Bureau de Change shop in VI Lagos.

The said money was found stacked in several Ghana must go bags in N500 & N1000 denominations.

The Agency said the money stuffed in bags were left in a locked shop awaiting conversion into dollars.

The discovery was made at Legico Shopping mall on Ahmadu Bello Way in Victoria Island following a tip off from a concerned whistle blower.

The agency put a call through to the owner of the shop but there was no response.

Watch the video below

See photos of the loot

6 thoughts on “Photos & Video: EFCC Finds N0.5B Loot @ Bureau De Change Shop In VI Lagos Shopping Plaza

  1. why will people not be suffering in Nigeria,just imagine,such amount of money stocked at a place…looted or not, why can’t they be circulating it by investing them in a better project.

    There are many more like this,even in foreign currencies across the whole Nigeria, some by looters,some by legitimate business people. Such act will never allow the economy grow,it needs revolving.

    Nigerians are not just greedy,but very wicked.

  2. real don’t no the future of this country but how can somebody stock such amount of money were people suffering in the name of a country called Nigeria why my people, the owner of that money should go behind bars with out mercy.

  3. Lord have mercy!!! This is too much, I cry for my country๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚yett

  4. The money was supposed to be over #500,000,000. Now it was later reported to be #448,850,000. Hhmmmmm……#51,150,000 is missing. I’m very sure these human money counting officials would have stuffed some cash in their pocket. Trust Naija folks.

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