Tingo CEO Faces 45-Year Prison Term in Securities Fraud Case ⚖️

Tingo CEO Faces 45-Year Prison Term in Securities Fraud Case ⚖️

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n a shocking turn of events, Tingo's ex-CEO, Odogwu 'Dozy' Mmobuosi, is under scrutiny with the US government bringing forth securities fraud charges. The allegations suggest a complex scheme that may lead to a staggering 45-year prison sentence.

The co-CEO of African agritech startup Tingo, Odogwu 'Dozy' Mmobuosi, faces a potential 45-year prison term if convicted of securities fraud. The charges include conspiracy, securities fraud, and making false filings with the SEC. Mmobuosi is accused of orchestrating a scheme, misrepresenting the profitability of Tingo Mobile and Tingo Foods, ultimately leading to the issuance of false financial statements by Tingo Group and Agri-Fintech. The SEC suspended trading in Tingo Group shares on November 14, and investigations are ongoing. The former CEO, who stepped down last month, remains at large, as the US Attorney's Office pursues the case. ⚖️📉 


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