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INTERPOL Launches Extradition Proceedings for Binance Chief Fugitive, Anjarwalla

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INTERPOL Launches Extradition Proceedings for Binance Chief Fugitive, Anjarwalla

The International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) has affirmed its commitment to tracking down Nadeem Anjarwalla, the fugitive Binance Regional Manager for Africa, and facilitating his extradition to Nigeria. He and his colleague, Tigran Gambaryan, are facing tax evasion allegations in Nigeria.

Garba Umar, Vice President of the INTERPOL (Africa) Executive Committee, disclosed this revelation during his appearance on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily programme on Tuesday, April 30.

INTERPOL Launches Extradition Proceedings for Binance Chief Fugitive, Anjarwalla

Anjarwalla managed to escape from a Nigerian detention facility on Friday, March 22, only to be apprehended by the Kenya Police Service in the East African country on Monday, April 22, where he was found hiding. Umar confirmed that the process of returning Anjarwalla to Nigeria has already commenced, stating:

“If a fugitive escapes, there are processes in which that country will follow, INTERPOL will only give information, assist them and inform them about the bilateral agreements and conventions that were signed to extradite a fleeing fugitive and the process is ongoing and Nadeem is not an exception.”

He further assured, “Be rest assured. We have all the cooperation, and we are working on it. One day, he will be brought to justice; it’s just a matter of time. We have done all the paperwork.”

Meanwhile, Changpeng Zhao, the former Binance chief, reportedly faces a prison sentence as US federal prosecutors are urging the judge to impose a three-year term and a $50 million fine. This development follows Zhao’s resignation from his position at the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange platform as part of an agreement with US authorities.

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