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Church Founder On The FBI Wanted List Nabbed By The EFCC Over Money Laundering

One of the wanted Federal Bureau of investigation FBI Operatives Kelechi Anozie suspects has been arrested by the EFCC, Economic and Financial Crime commission the Enugu Zonal Command.

Kelechi Anozie, is said to be the owner and general overseer of Praying City Church located in Owerri, Imo State.

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The Church founder was arrested on the 10th of March, 2022. following credible intelligence alleged him conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering.

WIlson Uwujaren, the EFCC spokesperson released a statement on Thursday 17th of March 2022, he said;

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“Anozie and four other suspects: Valentine Iro, Ekene Ekechukwu (alias Ogedi Power), Bright Azubuike (alias Bright Bauer Azubuike) and  Ifeanyi Junior,  are alleged to have defrauded one F.F who lives in Illinois,  United States, the sum of $135,800 and another $47,000.” He said



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5 COMMENTS

  1. He need to be dealt with
    If his guilty of the allegations
    He should be laying good
    Example not bad one and
    They will be the one preaching
    And they will not do what they
    Preach, all criminals should not
    Go unpunished

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