CBN demands details of 12 top Nigerian businessmen, others’ domiciliary accounts
The Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) Has requested full details of 12 top Nigerian businessmen domiciliary account
It disclosed this in a letter to all the banks with the number, ‘BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/13/063, dated September 15,
titled ‘Request for statement of accounts’, signed by the Director of Banking Supervision, CBN, Z. Marcus.
The Deposit Money Banks were ordered to send the details to five listed email addresses by the CBN after
listing the names of 16 individuals in the letter.
CBN demands domiciliary accounts statements
Some of the individuals recently had their company’s bank accounts frozen over forex infractions.
The customers listed included Chief Kesington A. Adebutu; Adebisi A. Adebutu; Ajibola Bankole Adebutu;
Olanipekun Orekoya Adebutu; and Olasegun Oladiran Adebutu. The Adebutus are directors of Premier Lotto.
The list also includes Adekunle O. Soname and Ayodeji Ojuroye, owners of the owner of Bet9ja.
Others names are Akinola Adekunle Alabi, founder of NairaBet and member of the House of Representatives;
Oluwadamilare Olubukola Alabi; Oluwafemi Babalola; and Adetayo Cosmas Adesanwo.
Some foreigners that do business in the country on the list are David Patrick Grogan; Domenico Giovando;
Mauro Ripamonti; Charbel Jabbour Chidiac; and Byron Powell.
A number of the persons on the list are linked to the betting industry.