Kasse Lawal Brother Arrested For Smuggling Gold In DRC

Source: huhuonline.com
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Huhuonlinbe.com can disclose that Mukaila Aderemi Lawal, a.k.a "Mickey' younger brother of   Nigerian born,business mogul, Kasse Lukeman Lawal and four other men have been arrested by the authorities in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Our checks reveal that 50-year-old Mickey Lawal, who head Nigerian operations of CAMAC and his friends are alleged to be involved in a gold- smuggling ring. Huhuonline.com learnt that Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) recently banned the export of gold and other key minerals in an attempt to decriminalize its mining industries.

  Huhuonline.com investigation shows that the private jet that flew Mukaila Aderemi Lawal, Carlos St. Mary( a Houston native) and his two other   friends to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, was preparing to depart from Goma, a city in the mineral-rich eastern part of Congo, when they were arrested. Upon searching the jet, DRC police recovered about $6.8million in cash, and illegally acquired gold, estimated at $20million.

  The private jet was leased by CAMAC International, a Houston oil-trading company owned Nigerian born, Kasse Lukeman Lawal.