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Count one of the charges reads: “That you, Orimogunje on or about the 24th day of December 2012, at Lagos within the Ikeja Judiciary Division knowingly made false documents titled “The Nigeria Police – Scam Report” with intent that it may be used or acted on as genuine to the prejudice of one Mrs. Andreas Nachtmann and one Mr. Andre Thys

One of the charges reads: “That you Justice Amadi Nsirim and one Humphrey Amadi now at large on or about the 15th of September, 2011 at Port Harcourt judicial division with intent to defraud, induced one Solomon Egbo to pay the sum of N10,440,000.00 (Ten Million and Four Hundred and Forty Thousand Naira) under the false pretence of selling to him a building and an adjourning plot of land situate at No. 80 Igwurutu Road by Rumuokwurusi Road……….

The suspect, who had been parading himself as a retired General in the Nigerian Army, was arraigned on June 1, 2012 on a six-count charge of obtaining money under false pretence but was granted bail by the court on 27th July, 2012 and thereafter jumped bail.
The warrant issued by Justice M. Oniyangi of the Federal Capital Territory High Court for the accused and his surety could not be executed as their whereabouts remain unknown

The accused, a retired Assistant Director with the Federal Capital Development Authority, who also owns GYANO International Limited, is alleged to have defrauded one Uche Christian Okoli, an estate agent of N28,505,000 under the pretext that he had three plots of land for sale in Abuja

The suspects – Joseph Amaechi, Israel Friday, Ubadia Francis, Abayomi Adebisi, Abdullahi Idris, Samuel Job, Onah Peter Ode, Sabo Tasha Hassan, Abdullahi Moh’d, Abubakar Abdulkadir, Ehiogu Paul, Ibrahim Saidu, Garba Mohammed and Bartholomew Onyema – were arrested at a military checkpoint at Toto, Nasarawa State by officers of the 177 Guards Battalion of the Nigerian Army, while attempting to transport 14 trailer loads of crude oil to the Northern states

Obinna C. Onyekwelu, Emmanuel Ngwu, Ogunjimi Charles (at large) and Onyia Fidelia (at large) are alleged to belong to a syndicate, which extorts money from unsuspecting Nigerians under the pretext of helping them secure employment with the Federal Government

Sanni, a chartered accountant and operator of SIDAW Ventures, a bureau de change, was alleged to have fraudulently transferred various sums of money from more than seven customers of the former Intercontinental Bank into the account of SIDAW Ventures owned and operated by him without the customers’ consent, while Atoyebi was docked for allowing his passport-sized photograph and name to be used to open an account by SIDAW Ventures Limited in the name of Akanmu Babatunde