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EFCC arraigns First Bank’s cashier Momojimoh for N6m Fraud

EFCC arraigns First Bank's cashier Momojimoh for N6m Fraud
EFCC arraigns First Bank's cashier Momojimoh for N6m Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC)Benin Zonal Office, on January 10, 2019 arraigned one Momojimoh Abdumalik over N6million naira fraud.

According to the report by EFCC, Momojimoh was arraigned on a one-count charge of fraud before Justice Abdu Dogo of the Federal High Court, Akure, Ondo State.

Abdulmalik Momojimoh, a cashier with First Bank of Nigeria, is alleged to have fraudulently withdrawn the sum of N6, 963,929 from the Ondo State Revenue Collection account with the bank.

Momojimoh pleaded “not guilty” to the charge when it was read to him.
In view of his plea, the prosecuting counsel, Immaculate Elody, prayed the court to fix a date for trial.

Defence counsel, Idedayo Olanipekun, however, informed the court that he had filed an application for bail before the court.

He pleaded with the court to grant his client bail as he was a first time offender and has been granted administrative bail by the EFCC.

Justice Abdu Dogo after listening to both counsel, adjourned to January 17, 2019 for “ruling on bail application” and ordered that the defendant be remanded in prison custody.

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