Abuja - Two men have appeared in court for
allegedly defrauding a new generation bank to the tune of millions.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
arraigned Sani Endurance and Hilary Odo before
Justice Onovo of Enugu State High Court, Nsukka on a 22-count charge bordering
on conspiracy forgery and stealing to the tune of N10,3 million.
The suspects allegedly conspired among themselves and
reactivated three accounts belonging to customers of a new generation bank
without the customers' consent and diverted the funds for personal benefits.
The alleged crime occurred in 2013.
They both pleaded not guilty to all the charges preferred
The accused persons were admitted to bail in the sum of
N1million each and one surety in like sum.
The sureties are to produce three-year tax clearance and two
passport photographs each.
The matter has been adjourned to February 8 for commencement
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Meanwhile, EFCC has arraigned a man and his company before
Justice Nuhu Y.
Galandanci of the Kano State High Court on two counts of
issuance of dud cheque to the tune of N15 million.
Abel Charles alongside his company AB 08 Nigeria Limited
The accused allegedly defrauded one JALCOP Nigeria Limited
the sum meant for the supply of 20 trucks of black oil to Sokoto Cement
It is alleged he only delivered one truck and when the
complainant asked for a refund, he issued five cheques that were returned
unpaid on the ground of insufficient funds.
The accused however pleaded not guilty to charge.
Justice Galandanci however admitted the accused to bail in
the sum of N200
000 with two sureties who must be resident in Kano.
- CAJ News