Browsing: Economic and Financial Crimes Commission

Fayose was docked on a 27 count amended charge before Justice Adamu Hobon of the Federal High Court, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Friday arraigned the duo of Joko Agoro Bias and Tunde Oladunmoye Jamiu on a four count charge bordering on intent to defraud, forgery and altering of $15,340 before Justice Lateefa Okunnu of the Lagos High Court, Ikeja

Lawal and his co accused (Dr. Adeogba Godwin Ademola, Digital Toll Company Limited; Swede Control Interlink Limited; Proman Vital Ventures Limited; Nairda Limited; Siraj Nigeria Limited and Wise Health Services Limited), who were first arraigned on May 11, 2011, however, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge

The couriers – Adetula Akinyele, a security guard with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria; Ifeanyi Uramah; and Emmanuel Nnanna – were intercepted by operatives of the EFCC on October 21, 2012 with $1.4 million at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos

The native of Ojoto, Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State, who doubles as the Chief Executive officer of Karchack Services Limited, will be docked for allegedly defrauding innocent citizens of their hard earned money through a phoney investment scheme involving over N600 million

Joseph was arrested by Operatives of the EFCC at a cybercafé in Lagos for falsely presenting himself as Stanley Oberman and representing himself as a white man to one Veronica Pena

The six suspects: Dave Akanni Joel (alias Dave Bobby Mamello), David Omowunmi (alias Haastrup Ogedengbe), Oluwole Adegbite (alias James Tokunbo), Yusuf Adegoke (still at large), Oyebisi Olasukanmi (still at large) and Dr. Ouldslimane (still at large) were arraigned on a five count charge bordering on intent to defraud and conspiracy to obtain money by false pretence from Rear Admiral B.J.C. Noshiri (rtd)

The accused person allegedly fraudulently converted N272, 5000,000 obtained from Water Gate Petroleum and Gas Limited for the supply five million litres of PMS to defray his liabilities with Sterling Bank without supplying the product for which he was paid

Specifically, Jubril was alleged to have obtained N963,796,199.85 from the Federal Government of Nigeria under false pretences, claiming that the sum represented subsidy accruing to Brila Energy Limited under the Petroleum Support Fund for the importation of 13,155,807 MT or 17,393,767 litres of Premium Motor Spirit, which Brila Energy Limited purported to have purchased from NAPA Petroleum Trade INC, Panama and imported into Nigeria through M/T Overseas Limar (Mother Vessel), M/T Delphina (1st Daughter Vessel) and M/T Dani I ( 2nd Daughter Vessel)

They were arrested on board vessel MT AEGLE with 200 metric tons of petroleum product suspected to be Automotive Gas Oil bunkered from EX MT Mercy II into MT AEGLE