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Subsidy: EFCC begins trial of Ahmadu Ali’s son

07 February 2013, 11:08

Abuja - The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has begun the trial of an oil marketer, Mamman Ali, charged for N4.4 billion fuel subsidy funds fraud, Premium Times reports.

He was charged alongside Christian Taylor, a Sierra Leonean; Oluwaseun Ogunbambo, an oil marketer; and Nassaman Oil Services Ltd. before Justice Adeniyi Onigbanjo.

The EFCC alleged that they had between January and April 2012, fraudulently obtained N4.4 billion from the Federal Government for the purported importation of 30.5 million litres of Premium Motoring Spirit (PMS).

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