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64 Accounts Linked to a single BVN Of Lagos Assembly Speaker, Obasa

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It has been found that at least 64 bank accounts are associated with the bank verification number of the Chairman of the House of Representatives of Lagos State, Mr. Kosuda.

SaharaReporters discovered that accounts registered under various names were used to steal public funds from Lagos.

BVN: 2296663231, showing that Obasa operates multiple accounts with Polaris Bank, Zenith Bank, Access Bank, Nigeria Ecobank, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Guarantee Trust Bank, United Bank of Africa, First City Monument Bank and Wema Bank.

To hide his identity, he changed his name and date of birth on some bills.

In addition to using Ajaya Mudashiru Obasy, he also used Obasy Abdulrahman Gbadunola and Gabriel Adedoyin Savage to register some bank accounts.

Some companies affiliated with BVN are Adesav International Ventures, Fabric Splash Ventures, Swifthill international Ventures and Quick Solution International.

Others include a fast solution by International Ventures, White Honey Enterprises, Cream on Ice Services, AB DELCO Nigeria Company and Fabric Splash Ventures, Skye-Macosh Company, Swifthill International Ventures, Silver Section Global, Davedab Global Ventures and Jose-Macosh Company and De Kingrun.

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In a number of reports from recent weeks, SaharaReporters revealed how Obasa himself awarded contracts using various companies belonging to him, and how he prompted the Assembly to approve N258m to print cards with an invitation to inaugurate legislators two months after the event.

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