According to the Commission, the man, in April 2017, became a whistle blower after his son, Adamu, then a secondary school student, intimated him that he had just bought a house and a shop valued over N2 Million.
Shocked by the news, the father decided to make a formal complain to the Commission having perceived signs of fraud from Adamu’s explanantion of how he got the money. .
The suspect had said he got the money through his new phone line, which after purchase, began receiving alerts running into millions of Naira. .
Investigations into the matter began immediately and all parties involved were invited. Adamu later mentioned two other accomplices in the crime. .
In the course of investigations, it was discovered that Adamu withdrew monies in bits from a First Bank account number 3033389599 owned by one Porong Daniel Nash (a farmer in plateau state); and credited same to different accounts. .
Consequently, all accused persons where arrested and recoveries were made to the tune of N939,000 and was returned to the rightful owner by the Zonal Office.