Wednesday, 5 September 2018

EFCC Arraigns 3 Nigerian Men For Defrauding Indian N52m

Three businessmen were yesterday arraigned before an Ikeja High Court, Lagos for allegedly defrauding an Indian, Mr Khanh Lai of $ 146, 060 (equivalent of N52million).

The defenders identified as Prince Martins Nwaedi (aka Prince Martins Dike), 48, Oliseh Dike Anthony (aka Lawrence Mhkize, Terry Cassidy, Anthony Okolie, Dike Anthony), 38, and Victor Onyebuchi Okafor, 43, were Marydicc Ventures Limited.

The EFCC alleged that the businessmen knowledgeable in the United States. $ 200 million to John Alex Ivan, a United States National, who resided and died in Nigeria.

The commission alleged that the trio obtained $ 137,380 in March, 2012 as the cost of the deposit of the money. N200 million and later demanded a legal fee of $ 8,680 cash deposit in March 2015 from the victim.

They pleaded not guilty to the charges. Justice Oyindamola Ogala is also adjourned the case until September 6 for hearing of bail application.

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