EFCC Nigeria

EFCC Nigeria

@officialEFCC

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Nigeria's Leading Anti-Graft Agency Charged With The Responsibility of Investigation and Enforcement of All Economic and Financial Crimes Laws in Nigeria. #EFCC

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EFCC Nigeria
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Justice Mohammed sentenced the defendants to three years imprisonment each with an option of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50,000) fine.

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EFCC Nigeria
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Both defendants pleaded ‘guilty’ to the charge. Prosecution counsel, Habila Jonathan prayed the court to convict and sentence them accordingly. But defence counsel, A. M. Lukman urged the court to temper justice with mercy as both defendants are first time offenders.

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EFCC Nigeria
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...and thereby committed the offence of Cheating contrary to Section 310 of the Sokoto State Penal Code Law 2019 and punishable under Section 311 of the same Act".

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EFCC Nigeria
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...from innocent persons at Bigal village, Gada Local Government Area in Sokoto State by deceiving them to believe that the counterfeit notes you gave them in exchange for their goods were genuine...

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EFCC Nigeria
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One of the charge reads, "That you Badamasi Hamisu sometime in February 2021 in Sokoto within the Judicial Division of the High Court of Justice Sokoto, was dishonestly in possession of ten (10) pieces of counterfeit currency out of which you went about purchasing goods...

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EFCC Nigeria
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The Sokoto Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today March 3, 2021 secured the conviction of Badamasi Hamisu and Isah Aliyu before Justice Mohammed Mohammed of the Sokoto State High Court on one count each bordering on cheating.

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EFCC Nigeria
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Two Bag Three Years Over use of Counterfeit Notes https://t.co/V8G2zXmHbb
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Two Bag Three Years Over use of Counterfeit Notes https://t.co/V8G2zXmHbb

The defendant pleaded ‘guilty’ to the charge. Consequently, the prosecuting counsel, S. H. Sa'ad asked the court to convict and sentence him accordingly. Justice Malami Dogondaji thereafter convicted and sentenced Aliyu to 7 years in prison, with the option of N250,000 fine.

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...and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 121 of the Sokoto State Penal Code Law, 2019 and punishable under Section 123 of the same Law".

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...by presenting yourself as a staff of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) employed in 2014 with Force Number 65155, which you knew to be false...

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...on the 26th day of October, 2020 at Sokoto within the Jurisdiction of the High Court of Justice, Sokoto State did give false evidence when you testified under oath in charge No. SS/38C/2018 before the High Court of Justice No. 3 of Sokoto State...

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The one count charge brought against the convict by the Sokoto Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, reads, "That you Abdulrashid Isa Aliyu, adult, male,...

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...a Sokoto State High Court sitting in Sokoto today March 3, 2021 convicted and sentenced Abdulrashid Isa Aliyu to seven years imprisonment with an option of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N250,000) fine.

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Fake NSCDC Officer Jailed Over False Information

For falsely representing himself as an officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, and testifying in the assumed capacity in a criminal charge,... https://t.co/RgzPW3LJVz

Fake NSCDC Officer Jailed Over False Information For falsely representing himself as an officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, and testifying in the assumed capacity in a criminal charge,... https://t.co/RgzPW3LJVz

Other conditions are that the first defendant shall produce his travel documents to the Court Registrar and undertake not to travel outside Nigeria without clearance from the Court. Justice Halilu adjourned the matter till Thursday, April 15, 2021 for trial.

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The Judge also ruled that “both sureties shall equally make an undertaken to pay into the coffers of the Federal Government of Nigeria an amount totaling a billion Naira, N500 million Naira each, in the event that the first accused person jumps bail."

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They must produce evidence of their residency with title documents of their houses, which must be in Wuse, Garki, Asokoro or Maitama, with the Registrar of this Court.”

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Justice Halilu, however, granted bail to the first defendant, who is expected to “provide two sureties, who must be reputable Nigerian residents of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

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Relying on a sworn a counter- affidavit by one Ufoma Ezira, a staff of the Commission, she told the Court that the defendant could evade trial given the weight of the evidence and the gravity of the offence, which attracts jail term of five years without an option of fine.

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