VIDEO: How Wigwe, Tony Elumelu, Emefiele And Other Bank CEO Involved In Foreign Exchange Fraud – Bode George

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A compelling video has surfaced, featuring prominent Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain Bode George leveling serious accusations against the late Access Bank CEO, Herbert Wigwe. The shocking revelations were reportedly made just hours before news of Wigwe’s tragic demise in a helicopter crash alongside his wife and son.

In the video shared on TVC’s YouTube page, George claims that Wigwe, along with other Bank CEOs, including UBA’s Tony Elumelu and former CBN governor Godwin Emefiele, were deeply involved in the corruption within the Nigerian banking industry. George alleges that these CEOs, entrusted with leading financial institutions, were making billions from corrupt practices.

According to the PDP elder statesman, these banking executives received dollars monthly, purportedly for the benefit of the banking industry, but instead, they exploited the funds for personal gains. George goes on to assert that the CEOs, including Wigwe, sold the dollars on the black market, making billions of Naira in profit while leaving the citizens in need without access to the vital currency.

As revelations unfold, these shocking claims could potentially reshape perceptions of these influential figures within the Nigerian banking sector.

Watch the video here

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1 Comment

Samuel Asikogu · February 14, 2024 at 8:10 am

Now that he has revealed it ,can the anti graft agencies bring these men to book and make them vomit all they have ripped us off or will they forget the “big men” and keep pursuing laptop carrying youths?
It is the big men that have the young ones that sleaze is a way of life

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