US Govt Freezes Allen Onyema’s Bank Accounts With Over $14m

US Govt Freezes Allen Onyema's Bank Accounts With Over $14m
Allen Onyema, Air Peace boss charged with 20 million dollars fraud in the US

More troubles continue to loom at Allen Onyema’s doorsteps as the United State authorities make a solid move to freeze his US bank accounts with about $14.2 million. can confirm from the Court documents which shows that $4,017,852.51 was seized from JP Morgan Chase Bank account number ending in 5512 held in the name of Springfield Aviation Company, LLC. Another $4,593,842.05 held in Bank of Montreal with an account number ending 7523 in the name of Springfield Aviation Inc. was also seized.

To add to this, the American government also traced and seized $5,634,842.04 held in Bank of Montreal with an account number ending in 515 in the name of Bluestream Aero Services, Inc. This is aside from the arrest warrant that has also been issued by an American court in Georgia for his arrest either through extradition or once he sets foot in the USA.

The U.S. and Nigeria have a mutual legal assistance policy that allows both countries to extradite suspects facing criminal charges. Several Nigerians have been sent to the U.S. to stand trial for alleged fraud.

Allen Onyema has been responding to all the allegations through his lawyers and doing his best to keep the positive image of his Airpeace company.

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