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Francis Atuche

3 Sep
A lagos State High Court in Ikeja has frozen assets and funds to the tune of N19,178,253 050 billion allegedly kept in 24 banks by the convicted former Managing Director of the defunct Bank PHB, Francis Atuche.
15 Feb 2017
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday re-arraigned two former Managing Directors of Bank PHB Plc (now Keystone Bank Plc) and the defunct Spring Bank Plc, Mr. Francis Atuche and Mr. Charles Ojo....
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13 Apr 2015
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has asked an Ikeja High Court to adjourn its ruling on an application filed by a former Managing Director of Bank PHB, Francis Atuche, indefinitely. The commission made the request on Monday in an application filed by its counsel, Mr Dele Adesina (SAN), before Justice Lateef-Lawal Akapo. The…

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