Abuja – Anikwu Ambrose Ifesinachi, a court registrar, has been sentenced to three years in prison for accepting bribes in order to forgo his official duties, Leadership reports.
According to the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), Ifesinachi was caught accepting N 80 000 as a bribe before he processed a warrant of release for Maduabuchi Oji who was currently in prison custody.
The relation that was approached to pay the bribe contacted the ICPC who provided him with marked money and when it was paid the ICPC proceeded to arrest Ifesinachi.
Ifesinachi was sentenced to three years in prison without an option of fine.
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