In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 17th, September, 2020

CBN Requests Domiciliary Account Statements Of ‘Baba Ijebu’, Nairabet Founders

CBN Requests Domiciliary Account Statements Of 'Baba Ijebu', Nairabet Founders

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The Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN) has requested that every one banks within the nation submit the statements of domiciliary accounts of some excessive profile people, TheCable studies.

The apex financial institution issued the directive in a September 15 letter signed by Z. Markus for the director of banking supervision.

The affected people embody Adebutu Kessington, a businessman popularly known as Baba Ijebu and the founding father of Premier Lotto; Akin Alabi, a member of the home of representatives representing Ona-Ara/Egbeda federal constituency and founding father of Nairabet, and 11 different financial institution clients.

Others are Adebisi Adebutu, Ajibola Adebutu, Olanipekun Adebutu, Olusegun Adebutu, Mauro Ripamonti, Charbel Chidiac, Oludamilare Alabi, Oluwafemi Babalola, Adetayo Adesanwo and Byron Powell.

“You’re required to furnish us with the domiciliary account statements (Excel and PDF codecs) of the underneath listed people, together with the domiciliary accounts linked to them by financial institution verification quantity (BVN). The statements ought to cowl the interval, January 1, 2013, to July 31, 2020,”
the letter learn.

This comes after the apex financial institution instructed banks to put a post-no-debit instruction on the accounts of 38 firms together with betting firms, bureau de change firms and a few logistics firms.

TheCable had reported on September 5 that the businesses have been accused of foreign exchange infractions, transferring foreign exchange overseas with out the required authorisation and “financial sabotage”.

Premier Lotto Restricted, owned by Adebutu Kessington, was one of many affected firms.

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