Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Make money on FreshReportersMake Money On FreshReporters


telegram SH
Whatsapp 9787748839374893773 1

images 23 1609798193847

HomeNewsGeneral NewsEFCC: Serial fraudsters sent to prison for love scam

EFCC: Serial fraudsters sent to prison for love scam

The Commission on Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) secured on Thursday three charges of fraud, fraud and internet fraud.

Ayinde Qudus Olayemi, Ademola Samuel & Abdulazeez Faruk have been convicted.

The Kwara State High Court of Justice Sikiru Oyinloye condemned and sentenced the defendants to various sentences in prison.

In a case of separate charges Ayinde, Ademola and Abdulazeez pleaded guilty.

Sesan Ola, Innocent Mbachie and Rasheedat Alao prosecuted the case for the EFCC.

They drew the attention of the court to the plea bargain agreements entered by the defendants and tendered their confessional statements and other incriminating items.

Read Also: Yahoo Boys: EFCC officers open fire on Abeokuta hotel guests, grope women

Kogi State’s account: Group backs EFCC’s Order

EFCC Arrests Man in Lagos on Suspicion of N525m Fraud

Justice Oyinloye held that the prosecution proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.

Ayinde was sentenced to one year imprisonment on count one with option of fine of N100,000; one year imprisonment on count two with option of fine N300,000, and one year imprisonment on count three with option of fine of N300,000.

Ayinde’s IPhone 12 pro max used in perpetrating the crime and the manager’s cheque (bank draft) of N450,000, which he raised as restitution to his victims, will be forfeited to the Federal Government.

Ademola got one year imprisonment on count one with option of fine of N200,000, and one year imprisonment on count two with option of fine of N300,000.

His iPhone 11 pro, a black laptop used to perpetrate the crime and a bank draft of N215,000, raised as restitution to his victims, will be forfeited to the Federal Government.

Abdulazeez was sentenced to one year imprisonment with an option of fine of N350,000.

The judge ordered that the convict’s gold iPhone used to perpetrate the crime and $326 he benefited from the crime be forfeited to the Federal Government.


SEE HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON THIS PLATFORM>>[http://bit.ly/2PvYHfC]

Donate to support Freshreporters=>https://freshreporters.com/support




DISCLAIMER
For publication of your news content, articles, videos or any other news worthy materials, please send a mail to thefreshrepo [email protected]

For Advert and other info, you can send a WhatsApp Message to +2347050565443


Join thousands of readers to receive daily Latest News:

telegram iconJoin our Telegram Group

facebook iconLike our Facebook Page

whatsapp iconJoin our WhatsApp Group

twitter iconFollow Us on Twitter

facebook iconJoin Our FACEBOOK GROUP

instagram iconFollow Us on Instagram

youtube iconSubscribe to our YouTube Channel


.

2 COMMENTS

Most Viewed news