U.S places the ex-VP and his wives under banking surveillance over $2trillion transactions, Atiku react

Atiku Abubakar has broken silence after his family members including him were placed under close banking watch by an agency of the U.S. Department of Treasury, named Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

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“According to WITHINNIGERIA, the trouble started looming for the PDP presidential candidate for 2019 elections, when some transactions linked to him were flagged suspicious as it was money movements within the international financial system.”

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“PREMIUMTIMES also reported that, huge funds linked to “Atiku” may have been moved across international jurisdictions using shell companies.”

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[FinCEN] files a new investigation, which is said to have involved 16-month collaborative work. The investigation is said to be a collaborative work involving more than 400 journalists, including those from PREMIUM TIMES, in 88 countries.

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[FinCEN] files included a large number of suspicious-activity reports, SARs, filed by banks and other financial institutions to the US Government as required by the Bank Secrecy Act., with the total amount in suspicious transactions reported being $2 trillion ($2, 099584, 477,415.49).

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“The SARS flagged subjects, including organisations and individuals, in more than 170 countries, and were obtained and shared by BuzzFeed.”

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“In one of the reports, a $1,018,500 wire transfer on March 5, 2012, was flagged in daily monitoring by Habib Bank Limited New York, HBLNY.”

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“The transfer originated from Guernsey Trust Company Nigeria Limited with the beneficiary being Tanjay Real Estate Brokers, a company which held a Habib Bank Limited Dubai account.”

Article Source, withinnigeria.com

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