ICPC Frees 14 Girls While Raiding Home Of Civil Servant Involved In N1.7 Billion Fraud

The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission of Nigeria, ICPC, has said it freed 14 females locked in a room during a raid on an Abuja house allegedly owned by the National Coordinator, Federal Civil Service Staff with Disabilities Multipurpose Cooperative Society, Alhaji Iliasu Abdul-Rauf.

In a statement by its spokeswoman, Rasheedat Okoduwa, the anti-corruption commission said Abdul-Rauf’s apartment was raided as part of the investigation into his alleged involvement in N1.7 billion fraud.

The statement said, β€œThe ICPC has requested a senior magistrate’s court, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, to grant an order for the remand of the National Coordinator, Federal Civil Service Staff with Disabilities Multipurpose Cooperative Society, Alhaji Iliasu Abdul-Rauf, in prison over his alleged involvement in N1.7bn fraud.

β€œAbdul-Rauf is alleged to have been involved in multiple corrupt acts including bribery, breach of trust, criminal misappropriation and other frauds running into hundreds of millions of naira.

β€œAfter his arrest, a search on his house by the commission revealed 14 females between the ages of 11 and 33 years, locked in one of the rooms and were evacuated, after which they were handed over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons for further investigation.”

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