The NDIC in its official website Friday gave out four tips for bank customers to safeguard their accounts.
The defendant, whose address was not given, was docked on a three-count charge of fraud, stealing and for issuing a dud cheque.
The arraignment of the accused on September 15, 2022 was confirmed in a statement by the SFU on Wednesday.
In handing down his ruling, the judge held that the prosecution has raised issues that require the embattled ex-staff to proffer answers. Justice Allagoa consequently ordered Amadi to open his defence.
NIMASA in a press release signed by its Assistant Director, Public Relations, Osagie Edward alleged that the plot was a scam being perpetrated by fraudulent agents and persons to mislead and exploit the unsuspecting public.
The EFCC charged Idonije with obtaining money under false pretences.
The travel agent is facing a 12-count-charge bordering on stealing and obtaining money under false pretences.
The police charged Okhiria, whose address was not given with three counts of conspiracy, fraud and theft.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Kaduna Zonal Office charged Muktar with fraud.
Ogbonna, is facing a five-count charge of conspiracy, fraud, stealing, forgery and issuance of dud cheque.
Khalid, who lives at Isah Kaita Road, Kaduna, is facing a two-count charge of fraud and cheating.
According to The Seattle Times, 45-year-old Rufai pleaded guilty on Tuesday in US District Court in Tacoma to charges that he used stolen Social Security numbers and other personal data to file $350,763 in fake claims for pandemic unemployment benefits in 2020.
The offences range from money laundering to obtaining money by false pretence, fraud, internet-related offences and issuance of dud cheque.
The defendant, whose residential address was not provided, is facing a two-count charge of theft and obtaining money under false pretences.
Salisu is facing a charge of criminal breach of trust and fraud.
The judge sentenced Sani after he pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud.
The police charged Gabriel, who resides at Isa Kaita, Kaduna, with fraud and theft.
The defendant, a resident of Agwa in Trikania, Kaduna, is facing a three-count charge of theft, fraud and forgery.
Vincenz was pronounced guilty by the court Wednesday on multiple counts of embezzlement, forgery of documents, and illegal deals in Zurich.
The police charged Egbochite, whose residential address was not provided, with obtaining by false pretences and theft.