He also ordered the forfeiture of the property illegally acquired by the convict.
The EFCC's Head of Media and Publicity, Wilson Uwujaren, confirmed the development in a statement on Friday in Abuja.
“Cheryldene Cook who flew in from the United States of America to receive the items was accompanied to the commission office by her lawyer, Dr. Mike Nwosu.
“Justice C.E Nwecheonwu of the Federal Capital Territory High, Kuje had in January ordered the forfeiture of the property after Orhue was convicted of a three-count charge including obtaining money by false pretence.
“The convicted cheated the victim in a love scam while pretending to be a famous actor, Frederick Leonard.”
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