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CBN requests domiciliary account statements of Akin Alabi,‘Baba Ijebu’ and others
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has requested that all banks in the country submit the statements of domiciliary accounts of some high profile individuals, a member of the house of representatives representing Egbeda/Ona-Ara federal constituency and founder of Nairabet Akin Alabi and 11 others.
The apex bank issued the directive in a September 15 letter signed by Z. Markus for the director of banking supervision.
According to a report by TheCable, the affected individuals include Adebutu Kessington, a businessman popularly referred to as Baba Ijebu and the founder of Premier Lotto.
Others are Adebisi Adebutu, Ajibola Adebutu, Olanipekun Adebutu, Olusegun Adebutu, Mauro Ripamonti, Charbel Chidiac, Oludamilare Alabi, Oluwafemi Babalola, Adetayo Adesanwo and Byron Powell.
“You are required to furnish us with the domiciliary account statements (Excel and PDF formats) of the under listed individuals, including the domiciliary accounts linked to them by bank verification number (BVN). The statements should cover the period, January 1, 2013, to July 31, 2020,” the letter read.
This comes after the apex bank instructed banks to place a post-no-debit instruction on the accounts of 38 companies including betting companies, bureau de change companies and some logistics companies.
Earlier, the companies were accused of forex infractions, moving forex abroad without the required authorisation and “economic sabotage”. Premier Lotto Limited, owned by Adebutu Kessington, was one of the affected companies.