Binance Executive Nadeem Anjarwalla Tracked Down in Kenya, Faces Extradition to Nigeria

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Anjarwalla, the regional manager for Binance in Africa, who had managed to escape lawful custody in Nigeria back in March, has been apprehended in Kenya by a collaborative effort involving operatives from the International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL), the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Nigeria Police Force, and the Kenya Police Service.

According to statements from the Office of the National Security Adviser, Anjarwalla had fled Nigeria using a smuggled Kenyan passport, prompting a widespread search for his whereabouts. Government sources, speaking on the condition of anonymity, confirmed that Anjarwalla has now been detained by the Kenyan police and is expected to be extradited to Nigeria within the week.

The extradition process is said to have been initiated upon the approval of an extradition request by INTERPOL, Nigeria, in collaboration with the EFCC. Multiple government sources, although not authorized to speak publicly, have confirmed the impending extradition, indicating a significant breakthrough in the efforts to bring Anjarwalla to justice.

The collaborative efforts between the EFCC, INTERPOL, the Nigeria Police Force, and the Kenyan Police Service underscore the determination to ensure that individuals accused of financial crimes are held accountable, regardless of their attempts to evade justice across international borders.


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