NGO Coordinator Declared Wanted For Issuing N73.6 Million Dud Cheques

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has declared one Hope Rexlawson wanted for issuing two dud cheques totalling N73.6 million for the purchase of 46 vehicles.

Rexlawson, who is the national coordinator of Rebuild Nigeria Initiative, a Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO, allegedly issued several EcoBank and Zenith Bank cheques to Goshen Motors Limited as payment for the purchase of the vehicles.

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However, cheques were returned unpaid upon presentation at the bank due to insufficient funds in the account.

The 41-year-old suspect is described as dark complexioned, of medium height and an indigene of Buguma in Asari Toru local government area of Rivers State.

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His last known residential address was No. 9B Constitution Avenue, Gaduwa Estate, Gudu, Abuja.



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