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Dansandan Najeriya ya ki karbar cin hancin Miliyan 1.9 da aka bashi

Dansandan Najeriya yaki karbar cin hancin 1,995,000 da aka bashi. Lamarin ya farune a jihar Akwa-Ibom inda wani dake zargi da damfarar yanar gizo, Edet Okpo ya baiwa dansandan cin hancin amma ya ki karba.

 

An gabatar da Okpo da abokan laifinsa a gaban babbar kotun tarayya dake Calabar. Kuma takardar karan ta bayyana cewa yayi yunkurin baiwa dansandan cin hancinne dan ya kyaleshi.

 

Okpo da abokan aikinsa sun nemi shugaban makarantar Maritime Academy da ya basu Miliyan 200 ta hanyar Damfara inda suka yi amfani da lambar wayar karya dan wannan aiki.

 

Sun kuma yiwa shugaban makarantar Barazanar cewa idan ya ki amincewa da bukatarsu, zasu bata masa suna.

 

Alkalin kotun ya dage sauraren karar zuwa 25 ga watan Nuwamba, kamar yanda Guardian ta ruwaito.

“That you Edet Okpo ‘m’, Mary Okon Okwong ‘f’, Inyene Udo ‘m’ and others now at large, between May 2020 and June 2020 at the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron, Akwa Ibom State, did conspire amongst yourselves to deceive and supplied false information to procure the registration of MTN SIM card No 08062119448 with fake name of Ndanti Anthony while bearing the picture and fingerprint of Inyene Udo with intention to conceal information and your true identity as required by Section 12 and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 12(1)(2)&b of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Related Offences Act CAP A6 Vol.1

Karanta wannan  Nasan ku jajirtattu ne ku riga kora 'yan bindiga idan sun kawo maku farmaki, Gwamnan jihar Ondo ya fadaw 'yan jiharsa

“That on 27th day of June 2020, you did intentionally sent a WhatsApp message through GSM number 08036119448 bearing Mr Ndanti Anthony to Commodore Duja Emmanuel Effedua (rtd), Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria titled: Rot in MAN Oron, as Rector runs institution as personal estate, fingered in sexual scandal by Ndanti Anthony and Ikenna Obasi for the purpose of demanding the sum of N200, 000,000 from the Rector and causing him needless anxiety, thereby committing an offence punishable under section 24(1)(b) of the cybercrime Prevention Act.”

At the court sitting yesterday, one of the defence counsel had deposed to an affidavit in the application for bail alleging that the police had forced the accused at gunpoint to withdraw N2 million from an ATM machine.

The presiding judge adjourned the matter to November 25, to continue hearing the bail application.

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