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EFCC deploy officers to arrest all Money Vendors operating in the Federal Capital Territory

As Dollar shortage continue, agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission have raged cash vendors shops in partsbof Abuja to arrest the culprits of the monetary crime.

According to a solid EFCC source, more agents of the commission would be released in the not so distant future for a planned tasks in significant Nigerian air terminals and urban communities, for example, Kano, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Kaduna states.[irp]

Efforts to speak to the Spokesman for the EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren became unsuccessful as he neither picked nor answered messages delivered to his telephone.

Newsway gathered that because of underhand dealings, the Naira has additionally crashed in esteem prompting an exchange rate of over N710 to a Dollar.

Specifically, the agents checked Bureau de change shops in the Wuse Zone 4 hub of the FCT to capture those wiping up the US Dollar consequently causing shortage.

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