Haggard woman makes delivery, then authorities find shocking discovery in apartment building

Haggard woman makes delivery, then authorities find shocking discovery in apartment building

If this article does anything, it’s to prove that there really might be at least ONE Nigerian Prince who exists from all those emails. In a recent raid, the authorities in this location were tipped off to a haggard looking woman whose skin didn’t match her filthy looking clothes. Someone reported her and possibly others bringing bags into an apartment building. The bags supposedly looked like clothes, but I think the people who saw this wondered why so many bags were being brought in and why the woman’s face wasn’t as filthy as her clothing.

That’s when authorities showed up and found the most amazing discovery you could imagine. They uncovered $43 million dollars packed up nice and tight!

Nigeria’s anti-corruption unit discovered more than $43 million in US dollars at an upscale apartment in Lagos, after receiving an anonymous tip. As CTV News reports, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission received a tip from a whistleblower who reported suspicious activity when they noticed someone moving bags in and out of the apartment

This Facebook post talks more in detail about the massive stash of cash.

EFCC Uncovers Another Massive Stash of Monies In Ikoyi

The whistle blowing policy of the Federal Government is paying off positively as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission today stormed a residential building in the 7th Floor of a four – bedroom apartment at Osborne Towers located at 16, Osborne road Ikoyi, Lagos, where a humongous find of foreign currencies and Naira notes to the tune of $43.4m, £27,800 and N23.2m was uncovered.

The operation followed a whistle blower’s confidential alert received by the Commission’s Lagos office this morning regarding some noticed suspicious movement of bags in and out of a particular apartment in the building. According to the source, the movers of the bags, make believe that they bring in bags of clothes.

Another source who is conversant with the apartment of interest indicated that a woman usually appeared on different occassions with Ghana Must Go bags. ” She comes looking haggard, with dirty clothes but her skin didn’t quite match her outward appearance, perhaps a disguise”, the source said.

On getting to the building, operatives met the entrance door locked. Inquiries from the guards at the gate explained that nobody resides in the apartment, but some persons come in and out once in a while. In compliance with the magisterial order contained in the warrant, the EFCC used minimum force to gain entrance into the apartment.

Monies were found in two of the four bedroom apartment. Further probe of the wardrobe by operatives in one of the rooms, was found to be warehousing three fire proof cabinents disguisedly hidden behind wooden panels of the wardrobe. Upon assessing the content of the cabinets, neatly arranged US Dollars, Pound Sterling and some Naira notes in sealed wrappers.

Preliminary findings indicate that the funds are suspected to be proceeds of unlawful activity.

The facility is said to be owned by Osborne Towers Resident Association.

I was just going to book my trip to Nigeria and stay at this hotel to pick up my money. Darn, they found me! This is the most hilarious news to come out of Africa in quite a while. With all the bad news coming out of Africa, it’s good to see something rather interesting and less murderous making the news.

Is this the result of the Nigerian Prince email scam? Do you believe that there’s really people who fall for this scam? This could be proof that tons of people have sent the “Nigerian Prince” some Western Union money!

Here’s some email tips:

  1. Don’t click on any links in an email. If something like Facebook or your email provider email you for no reason and ask you to “login” or “change your password” and you didn’t request a new password, then don’t click it. Just type it in.
  2. No one has any money waiting for you except for the government. You can find unclaimed funds at USA.gov. My college has $100 waiting for me. It’s probably money that we overpaid for destroying our dorm building and having the fire department come out five times a week.
  3. If it sounds too good to be true, then it usually is.

Now go find your own unclaimed funds from the USA.gov website and stop sending your money to Nigeria!

Frank Lea

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