Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Lady docked over N1.5m fraud

Image result for Woman docked over N1.5m fraud    Lagos – A 49-year-old lady, Anike Oluwagbemiga, on Tuesday showed up before an Ikeja Chief Magistrates' Court for supposedly acquiring N1.5 million from a miniaturized scale fund rely upon misrepresentations. Oluwagbemiga, a merchant of 16, Otemuiyi Street, Matogun, Ogun, had argued not blameworthy to a three check charge of trick, taking and getting cash by falsifications. The Prosecutor, Asp. Clifford Ogu, told the court that the offenses were submitted on May 26, 2017 at Letshego Micro-Finance Bank, Agege, a suburb of Lagos. Ogu told the court that the blamed and her better half, Sunday, now everywhere, got a credit of N1.5 million from the bank, and guaranteed to pay back inside eight months. "The blamed utilized two autos, esteemed at N1.5 million, as guarantee however neglected to deliver them when they defaulted. "From that point forward, the blamed have not been picking their calls at whatever point the bank delegates call them," he said. Ogu said that the case was accounted for to the police and the blamed was captured at home while her significant other is still on the loose. The offenses negated Sections 278, 322 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015. The denounced, be that as it may, argued not blameworthy to the charges. The Chief Magistrate, Mr J. An Adegun, conceded safeguard to the blamed in the entirety for N300, 000 with two sureties in like total. Adegun deferred the case till Aug. 16, for say. (NAN)

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