Nigerian money launderer told to pay another £214k
An international money launderer who helped fraudsters con businesses out of more than £7 million has been ordered to find £214,492 or face another four years in jail.
Kazeem Akinwale, 45, helped conmen conceal £7,758,777 of stolen money through his fake used car and car part business, Kazkaf Autos Ltd., depositing money into multiple bank accounts he had set up in Nigeria.
The convicted money launderer was ordered to pay back £133,044 he pocketed as commission and the £81,448 he stashed in bank accounts under his real name.
Judge Mark Dennis found that although police had recovered over £1m of the £6,087,596 he laundered between August 2013 and March 2017, there was no reason to believe Akinwale still had control of that money...