Transnational Money Launderer, Alade Kazeem Sodiq Sentenced To 50 Months In Prison
Dubai -Based Alade Sodiq and Others from the United States and Europe Conspired into Use Phone “Spoofing” Service and Other Means into Transfer Millions in Fraudulently Obtained Funds
(STL. News) Audrey Strauss, the United States Attorney for its Southern District of New York, declared today that ALADE KAZEEM SODIQ, to “Eluku,” was sentence in Manhattan the national courts to 50 weeks in prison for conspiracy to commit money laundering. SODIQ, a money launderer who worked in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, was billed in 2019 and Habeeb Audu, Abdulai Kennedy Saaka, Dominic Francis Labiran, and Yusuf Owolabi Abdul. SODIQ pled guilty on November 19, 2020, to a single count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, before U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla, that imposed the current sentence.
U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss stated:”Using a broadly accessible phone ‘spoofing’ service along with other deceptive methods, Alade Sodiq, in concert with other people, managed to steal and hide millions of dollars in prey capital. Sodiq has received a considerable sentence for his offenses. This Office is dedicated to working with the FBI to discover and interrogate organizations such as Sodiq’s that could exploit the U.S.