The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested two Nigerians for possession of about 556 Automated Teller Machines Cards as well as Travellers Cheques allegedly used to commit unsuspected fraud. The duo, Jonathan Odu Isikwesi and Paschal Onuora Udeh were nabbed on their way to China. A statement issued by the Head of Media and Publicity of the EFCC, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, said the two suspects would soon appear in court to account for their action. According to the statement, “The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is set to arraign one Jonathan Odu and Isikwesi for unlawful possession of 448 travelers’ Cheques and ATM cards. READ ALSO: NOLLYWOOD ACTRESS, MOSUN FILANI SNUBS MARRIAGE CRASH RUMOUR REPORT “The 448 travelers’ Cheques recovered from Isikwei were discovered to purportedly belong to four banks in America, Europe and Canada, Gun Nebo Inc. (Bank of Nova Scotia)- 117 pieces, Postbank Frankfurt -258 pieces, Safe Federal Credit Union -41 pieces and RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) -32 pieces. “All the travellers’ cheques were signed, with some having monetary value written on them. Among the cheques belonging to Safe Federal Credit Union, 27 pieces were blank, while 14 pieces of the cheques have monetary value worth 322,800 US Dollars.
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