CBN Issues Circular on the Imposition of Sanction on 19 Obstructers of Conakry Agreement

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018 5:01PM / CBN

The ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government adopted a resolution in

February 4, 2018 to impose targeted sanctions on nineteen (19) individuals identified to be obstructing the implementation of the Conakry Agreement aimed at resolving the political crisis in Guinea Bissau. 

The Resolution was subsequently ratified by the Peace and Security Council (PSC) of the African Union and endorsed by the United Nations Security Council resolution 2402 (2018). 

You are by this circular, required to report to the CBN within five working days, the existence of account(s) operated by the attached targeted individuals and their related interests. You are also required to ensure that your subsidiaries and associate companies conduct similar checks and render suspicious transaction reports to the NFIU, accordingly. 

A nil return would be required where no such account(s) exists.

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Targeted Sanctions: List of Nineteen (19) Individuals Identified As Obstructing The Implementation Of Conakry Agreement 

1. Braima Camara

2. Rui Dia De Sousa

3. Scares Sambu

4. Abel Da Silva Gomes

5. Manuel Nascimento Lopes

6. Eduardo Mamadu Balde

7. Maria Aurora Abissa Sano

8. Florentino Mendes Viegas

9. Orlando Mendes Viegas

10. Certorio Biote

11. Domingos Quade

12. Carlitos Barai

13. Domingos Malu

14. Antonio Sedja Man

15. Bacari Biai

16. Botche Cande

17. Herson Goudjabi Vaz

18. Victor Madinga

19. Fernando Vaz


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