Mompha Finally Arraigned In Court For Alleged Fraud Of N32.9bn

Updated Tuesday 26 November 2019 7:1
Mompha Finally Arraigned In Court For Alleged Fraud Of N32.9bn
Justice Mohammed Liman of the Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday ordered that alleged Internet fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha popularly known as Mompha, be kept in the custody of the Nigerian Correctional Services.

Did you know? You can comment on this post! Just scroll down

Justice Liman ordered that Mompha be kept behind bars after he pleaded not guilty to a 14-count charge of laundering N33bn.

The court had also fixed November 29 for the hearing of the defendant’s bail application.

The anti-graft agency alleged in the charge signed by one of its counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, that Mompha laundered the funds through a firm, Ismalob Global Investment Ltd, between 2015 and 2018.

Ismalob Global Investments is the second defendant in the charge.

The EFCC claimed that the funds, domiciled in Fidelity Bank, were moved in tranches of N18,059,353,413 and N14,946,773,393.00.

The commission further alleged that both defendants, not being a financial institution, or an authorised foreign exchange dealer, negotiated a foreign exchange transaction in the sum of N9.416m, N20m, N10,437,400.00, N10m, N2.46m, N10m, N100m, N61m, N100m, N40.7m and N42m.

The funds were domiciled in the defendants’ Fidelity Bank account.

Article Posted 3 Months ago. You can post your own articles and it will be published for free. No Registration is required! But we review before publishing! Click here to get started

Love This? Share It!

One Favour Please! Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel!

468k

Like us on Facebook, Follow on Twitter

React and Comment

Click Here To Hide More Posts Like This
Watch and Download Free Mobile Movies, Read entertainment news and reports, Download music and Upload your own For FREE. Submit Your Content to be published for you FREE! We thrive on user-submitted content! But we moderate!

Attention
We use cookies to serve you better. We have to let you know this in accordance with EU laws. You accept our terms and conditions by using this platform. Please Click on the OK button below to hide this message