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EFCC arrests ex-convict Mark Obisesan with fake $10,100 Traveller’s Cheque Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos Zonal office, has arrested Mark Obisesan, an ex-convict, for possession of suspected fake traveller’s cheque  worth $10, 100 ( Ten Thousand, One Hundred United States Dollars).

The suspect, who had served  a 12-month jail term for Internet fraud in the United Kingdom, UK, was arrested recently at his residence in Banana Island, Lagos, following intelligence from concerned members of the public about his alleged criminal activities.

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At the point of arrest, a Ferrari 488 car, two i-phones, one Samsung phone, a laptop and Automated Teller Machine, ATM, cards were recovered from the suspect, whom investigation revealed does not have any known source of livelihood.

The suspect will soon be charged to court.

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