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  • Court remands two in prison for internet fraud
  • The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,
    EFCC, on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, arraigned
    one suspected Internet fraudster, Folusho
    Oguntoyinbo, also known as Sydney, before
    Justice Hakeem Olatunde Oshodi of the Lagos
    State High Court sitting in Ikeja on a three-count
    charge bordering on possession of fraudulent
    documents and obtaining money by false
    pretence to the tune of N700, 000(Seven Hundred
    Thousand Naira).
    One of the counts reads:
    ''That you, Folusho Oguntoyinbo (a.k.a.
    Sydney) sometime in 2016 in Lagos within
    the Ikeja judicial division, with intent to
    defraud, obtained the sum of Seven
    Hundred Thousand Naira from Roy
    Torgerson by falsely representing to him
    that you were Sydney A., female, which
    representations you knew to be false."
    The 31-year-old suspected fraudster, however,
    pleaded not guilty when the charges were read to
    him. In view of his plea, the prosecution counsel,
    Ayanfeoluwa Ogunsina, asked the court for a trial
    date and pleaded that the accused be remanded
    in prison custody.
    However, the defence counsel, M.O. Lawal, told
    the court of a pending application for bail of his
    client.
    Justice Oshodi adjourned the matter to July 13,
    2017 for hearing of the bail application and
    ordered the accused to be remanded in prison
    custody.
    In a related development, the EFCC also arraigned
    a member of a syndicate of Internet fraudsters,
    Ojo Adedayo, a.k.a. Kate, before Justice Oshodi
    on a three-count charge bordering on possession
    of fraudulent documents. One of the counts reads:
    “That you, Ojo Adedayo (a.k.a. Kate) sometime in
    2016 in Lagos within the Ikeja judicial division,
    with intent to defraud, had in your possession a
    document titled "Me", which document you knew
    contained false pretence."
    However, the 22-year-old suspect pleaded not
    guilty when the charges were read to him.
    Justice Oshodi adjourned the matter to July 13,
    2017 for hearing of the bail application and
    remanded the suspect in prison custody.

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