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CBN has acknowledged receipt of N19.3bn Kogi bail out funds – EFCC

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Friday, said it was in receipt of a letter from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) acknowledging
receipt of the sum of N9. 3 billion “recovered (by);the EFCC from the Kogi State Salary Bail-out account domiciled in Sterling Bank Plc”.
Saturday Telegraph reports that the Kogi State government had denied the anti-graft agency’s recovery claim, challenging the latter to make public report of its investigation.
But, the commission, in a statement by its spokesperson, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, said the acknowledgement letter by the apex bank
“puts to rest the campaign of misinformation and unconscionable denials by the Kogi State Government that no fund was recovered from its bail out account”.
According to Uwujaren, the Lender of Last Resort, in a letter referenced, DFD/DIR/CON/EXT/01/099, and dated 9th November, 2021,  informed the EFCC’s chairman, Mr. Abdulrasheed Bawa, that it had received the money.
His words: “The letter reads in part: “We refer to your letter dated November 5, 2021 with Ref. No: CR:3000/EFCC/LS/CMU/REC-STE/VOL.4/047 on the above subject and wish to confirm the details of the receipt of the amount as stated below: Bank: Sterling Bank Plc; Amount:  N19, 333, 333,333.36; Date of receipt: 04 November, 2021”.
“The return of the money to the apex bank is in compliance with the October 15, 2021 Order of a Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi Lagos directing the unfreezing of the Kogi State Salary Bail-out account to enable Sterling Bank to remit the balance in the account to the Central Ban of Nigeria. Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke gave the Order pursuant to an application filed by the EFCC.
“The Commission had told the court that the management of Sterling Bank Plc, where the account was domiciled had acknowledged the existence of the said account with the staggering sum of N19, 333,333,333.36 in its books.
“The Commission further brought to the attention of the court that “The sum of N19, 333,333,333.36 is still standing in the credit of the account frozen”, adding that “the management of Sterling Bank PIc, has, pursuant to a letter dated 15 September, 2021, signed by its Managing Director, indicated intention to return the total sum of N19, 333,333,333.36 back to the Central Bank of Nigeria.”
“The EFCC prayed The court that it “is expedient for the instant suit to be discontinued and the account unfrozen to enable the management of Sterling Bank PIc effect the transfer/ return of the sum of the sum of N19, 333, 333, 333.36 back to the coffer of the Central Bank of Nigeria , where the said bailout funds was disbursed.”
 

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